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This course will provide you with the medical knowledge about neurophysiological topics. Award-winning medical teachers from all over the world will help you to improve your skills and get the best exam preparation.
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Prof. Geoffrey Meyer works at the School of Anatomy, Physiology and Human Biology at the University of Western Australia.
He is the Coordinator for Histology on the Federative International Program for Anatomical Terminologies (FIPAT) of the International Federation of Associations of Anatomists (IFAA).
Professor Meyer is also the creator of “Meyer’s Histology” (http://histology-online.com) and, in collaboration with Professor John Campbell and Michael Hall, has provided an extensive collection of learning and teaching resources to deliver a histology course completely available online. Geoffrey Meyer’s research activities focus on developing innovative, computer-aided learning and teaching tools.
He has received a number of awards for his work, including the Australian University Teaching Award.
In 2006, and again in 2014, he received UWA Teaching Fellowships. Professor Meyer was also awarded a prestigious ALTC (Australian Learning and Teaching Council) Fellowship in 2009 and is currently the Project Leader on ALTC Project Grants.
Dr. Craig Canby is Professor of Anatomy at Des Moines University in Iowa. He studied Biology and Chemistry at the Iowa Wesleyan College and later got his Ph.D. in Anatomy at the University of Iowa.
Canby has received many awards and honors for his work including the DPT Class of 2008 Teaching Excellence Award and the Award Hancher Finkbine Medallion.
His research is especially focused on anatomical variations and technology-enabled student learning.
You probably know MD Edward Goljan and his Rapid Review Pathology Series. But do you know the "new" Goljan? His name is Carlo Raj and he is currently following his mentor's footsteps by presenting you pathology as you have never experienced before.
Carlo Raj has earned his MD at the Medical University of the Americas (MUA) and continued his medical career as professor of Pathophysiology at the Becker Professional Education, Chicago, USA, and as an international lecturer and author—both assisting MD Edward Goljan and later on his own. Today he teaches at Becker Professional Education and is also CEO of Indus Intellect, whose goal it is to spread medical knowledge across the globe.
Dr. Shukle is a board certified specialist in internal medicine. He runs one of the largest specialty practices in Ontario, Canada. His area of interest is the stroke and heart attack reduction in high risk patients.
He owns and runs a full functioning cardiac and diabetes suite that includes diagnostics, diet counseling, exercise counseling, and lifestyle support for patients with diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and arrhythmia. He is one of Canada’s most popular speakers. He performs over 150 special lectures across the nation each year with various audiences ranging from the general public, to nurses, to physicians, to medical specialists. His lectures are engaging, funny, and informative. In 2016, Dr. Shukle will be conducting a TED talk on using DNA as a memory storage medium.
Some of these comments are absurd, no where in the video does the professor say interior oblique. Great video, straight to the point with great illustrations. Thank you!
Very less content... Try to upload many more vedios.... And on much more details
Excellent explanation in every perceptive ! I would like to have a bit more pictures in the PPT !
accurate selection of high-yield information and clinical correlations . Totally loved it.
Some of these comments are absurd, no where in the video does the professor say interior oblique. Great video, straight to the point with great illustrations. Thank you!
Very less content... Try to upload many more vedios.... And on much more details
Excellent explanation in every perceptive ! I would like to have a bit more pictures in the PPT !
accurate selection of high-yield information and clinical correlations . Totally loved it.
Even though i don't use english as my main language i understood almost everything and i haven't really studied it well. I really liked it!
the course is clear and simple I be able to understand basic anatomy that of course suitable for me and I'll recommend it to my colleagues indeed.
I've been interested in cyborg technology since first learning about it in the mid-1970's when I was a little kid. In 1988 when I began at the University of Washington I wanted to study remote-controlled people, but they didn't offer any courses in that field, although 25 years later the school published their EEG brain-to-brain interface that lets one person control the motions of another. In February 1997 while successfully debating cloning legislation with the Department of Defense, I was ordered to stand down when trying to discuss brain implants, but eventually in 2005 my paper was credited as the basis for the Wikipedia article on the subject, and on 2 April 2013, the 17th anniversary of my first sworn statement to the Seattle FBI detailing organized crimes against children at a media giant, President Obama announced funding for the BRAIN Initiative. Even Jesus said go help out at the vineyard if you want to build heaven, and folks grumbled because they just assumed it already existed as if by magic.
A good lecture I feel could have been better. What are the 10 Roman numerals in the first figure attributed to? That question is left in my mind.
The Brodman áreas should be added. Great lecture besides that.
its nice liked it very much very nicely explained then others
clear and well summarized, the quizes at the end are very helpful for memorizing
Dr. Raj is quite interesting during lectures he makes information easy to integrate and remember it. Thank you, Dr. Raj.
He sounds so bored, which makes it hard to keep focused. Also some of the slides aren't readable
TOPICS ARE GOOD BUT DR IS VERY SLOW .....HE IS NOT ADDING NE EXTRA POINT BY HIMSELF ..JUST NARRATING THE SLIDES.......EVEN I CAN DO DAT......HE IS NOT AT ALL MAKING IT INTRESTING....FEELING SLEEPY ALL D TIME LISTNING HIS LECTURES....PLZ CONSIDER
Lectures are very dry, provide no interesting insights and focus very strongly on anatomical labels (eg. focus on learning names of parts rather than giving a good knowledge and feel of those parts).
The course doesn't include various topics like temporal, infratemporal and pterygopalatine fossae, temporomandibular joint, origin and insertion of muscles of neck, parotid region, submandibular region, pharynx (the pharynx covered in abdomen doesn't cover much details), blood supply and lymphatic drainage of head and neck, etc
speaker contradicts himself several times an he not sure of what is written in slides example: in treatment of SAH he 1st mentions that watch for hypertesion hypervolumia and hemodilution then in next lecture he realized that HHH written in slides reffer to treatment strategy there are several other mistakes dont have time to elaborate also what ever is written in slides is not fully explained by speaker
Awesome experience, perfect learning tutorial ... i personally love it because it's more of a teacher to me... love it
not upto the mark lecturer laughing inappropriately and information not eplained properly
Superb best video till now. So it is really helping me
I have watched the lecture series on the Abdominal wall and Thoracic viscera conducted by professor Craig, and he was more interactive and seemed to have greater Knowledge in those parts. This lecture is way too general and lacks many important info.
Bupropion is a dopamine reuptake inhibitor with some seetotenegic activity. It is also one of the most potent CYP2D6 inhibitors of the antidepressants. The previous antidepressant review lecture also had a mistake in which it was stated that “venlafaxine is used for smoking cessation” which is incorrect
Very clear explanation and great presentation. Very easy to follow.
It is very superficial. He just repeats whatever appeared on the slides. Additionally, the Doctor makes the lecture very boring.
Es un excelente profesor ya que es muy específico en la antomía, me gusta el sentido en el que va mencionando cada parte del organo y la función que cumple asi como sus patología so anomalias en cuestiones anormales
its osam and very easy to understand, visual effects are too good
Short and to the point, good professor, and good test prep questions
Very high yield info given in logical and presentable way
Very good course!!! Sometimes the accent is a little difficult to understand, but I really liked it..
This lecture helped clearing a lot of questions in my mind. Very well delivered. Thank you
I am a neurosurgeon. this lecture is fantastic and very useful. i just wish if the quiz has more questions
good cns lecture delivered in an understandable way. very helpful
presentation is pretty slow and he looks like just reading from prompter rather thn really explaning structures
i like his voice, explains calmly and thoroughly. helped to understand anatomy in a nice easy way. thanks craig.
It is clearl, comprehensive and simply explained. the content is well designed. the lecturer is friendly.
These lectures are great! It's good to know also that a lot of topics that are discussed in one lecture are later elaborated on in another lecture too. Usually if I feel like some topic was not covered in depth, it just means that I was discussed further in another video. This is incredibly helpful for Step 1 prep!
I liked it very much as an introduction to CVA and to bring it all together. I watched the entire series before studying with textbooks to fill in the blanks. Carlo Raj is making sure I know what's important. If you expected to be finished with CVA after watching a few videos you will be disappointed no matter what you choose to watch.
Very nice methoad of teaching,first overview,then step by step teaching Neglect above negative comments???? Just flow with it,try questions too.
After reviewing Neuroanatomy in FA and Kaplan, it is fair to say this lecture has delved deeply in some accurate key points of visual pathways.I really admire the fact that you guys have put on some quizzes in the end but I was surprised to see a red flag that goes unnoticed.In one of the question about the right lower optic radiations from the 5 listed, I saw right after radiation Meyer's loop in parenthesis which is clearly a mistake when it comes to asking questions.In the exam, they won't give any clues to test takers because they will have figure out themselves whether or not it is either Meyer's or Non-Meyers' loop.
this lecture is great, good level of detail and well explained!
More voice inflection and emphasis on terms and anatomic function please.
This is one of excellent style of teaching skills and experiences. I recommend students and medical doctors who need to pass a qualifying exam to subscribe and finish all course work.
i like it because it teaches me about the regions of the neck and other things also i want to know more about the triangle of the neck
To be a five-star explanation, Doctor Canby could fulfill the presentation with more images showing the structures described but not present in the pictures he used.
Clear emphasis was made, and the pace was easy for audience to follow
Well-structured, with emphasis on high-yield pieces of info. Saves time for memorization
Very clear and to the point explanations. It’s like sitting in class.
Very nice, short and high lead video , I liked it a lot
even after the update, on and off center in not clear
Unfortunately I found the course confusing and superficial. In my opinion, it would be important that all the structures of the system be shown, while explaining their functions, for example. Sorry for any mistake, but I'm not used to writing in english.
???????????????????????? you guys made my test today easier, i had no struggle at all. It was an oral test, i made it short and sweet thanks to you
its boring lecture and the lecturer was so slow in talking i think there is deficiency in information
If you have trouble understanding certain concepts, or need introducing, this course can serve you well. However keep in mind that the course can only serve as an introduction, as it contains very little details. Make sure you adequately read ans study from a textbook on top of this.
Way too general, you need to go into more details and explain more
average explanation. This course does not go into deep details. Anyone who lacks fundamental knowledge of the ANS will not be able to get everything the prof said. The questions are good but some lack explanations, others which have explanations, are not rich enough. The diagrams could be better. And the feedback feature of questions is removed. I think the answer to one of the questions which is shown as right is wrong and I could not give feedback.
100m sprint race in Brain and nervous system.very much frustrated.
DR Carlo Raj is a great educator.very nice speech, clear concept of every topic.seems like I have a good private tutor and no need of books after watching his lecture.
I chose this coz am able to memorise. Facts about the sedatives and hypnotics
there was no explanation other than reading off the slides. neuro is a serious topic that require good explanation but the professor didn't even relate slides or information and treated every slide as a new topic.
There are some mistakes. SERT is not a serotonin receptor. And Bupropion is not a SERT inhibitor.
Structured and taught with comparisons and stressed contrasts in epidemiology/clinical presentation/imaging findings
I chose it because it contain almost every related to topics....like question, articles and etc. Because of the smart classes all the doubts are clear....
An excellent run through of stroke and tia that incorporates pathophysiology biochemistry clinical presentation and mx ...... great teaching thanks
I wish this is more about anatomy and less about diereses, as I am in this class right now for my primary objective I need to know the names of every muscles, every bones, what they do, every nerve, what they innervate, and every veins and arteries, also lymphatic and different glands in your faces the videos do not provide enough details and topics I am currently using Clinically Oriented Anatomy 7th Edition by Kieth L. Moore, comparing the knowledge from the book these videos give you almost nothing
Tons of mistakes in what seems to be all fields of Lecturio videos. It's a shame really. This one in particular goes on about the "virus" H. Influenzae. It's just tons of basic stuff that they really mess up. I wouldn't even use this as a free resource honestly.
Despite that Dr. Raj inaccurately recognized H. influenzae as a virus (which is actually a G(-) bacterium), he did a good job of engaging students in thinking and reflecting, while pointing out a general memory-aiding scheme ( e.g. common skin flora species being implicated in post-neurosurgery/penetrating trauma/CSF-associated meningitides) Having watched many of Dr Raj's videos (a med-student with high standards myself and always hateful of lackadaisical teaching styles of the MAJORITY of professors in my country), I have to say Dr. Raj exhibits excellent "mentor" qualities in a style of his own.
Thank you for the lectures. Very helpful, I really recommend it
Everything is thoroughly explained and easy to follow along at all times
Excellent explanations, with visual attraction, simplified subjects and easy to understand
Detailed and comprehensive lectures. Good overview of Alzheimer disease and pathophysiology
It would be nice to have subtitles for spanish audience. Other than that everything looks great.
Too basic, needs a lot more clinical information and more backround.
I still like Dr. Raj professionalism and high yield content. Very useful
high yield and very useful. I personally like Dr. Raj (professionalism, kind of humour and teaching skills). Readily helpful for me and my preparation to Step 1
No such thing as the "internal" oblique. It's called the inferior oblique. Also, should state whether these are primary or secondary actions of the muscle.
it was really clear, and precise, i really like the way he explain with the support of the images.
I like his lecture & way of teaching. It meet my expectation.
Very good videos and imágenes, I recommended this app 100% . very well summarized
The class was clear and precise, I have no problem understanding.
I found this very helpful. I don't mind if it's just a general review because if you cover them all it would take a long time. I can read books for more in-depth analysis. Great job !
Unbearable. Even in 1.25x he speaks way too slowly. Boring tone of voice as well
Unfortunately, the lecturer for the anatomy module has disappointed me. Whereas the lecturers in all other modules appear to be amazing, this lecturer speaks way too slow and with a boring tone. I have to listen to the lectures in 1.5x..
The course was clear with good illustrations and clear speech,
I thought this lecture series was very simple and informative, easy to understand but thorough. I appreciate the pneumonic provided, as well as the transcript notes available So we could go back and look and write things down as needed- I Was happy that the teacher spoke clearly and slowly, and that each segment was not very long so that you were able to take time to contemplate information before moving on.
The descriptions where clear and comprehensive even to a non native english speaker like my self.
Thank you for the series of lectures, I really liked them, simple and well explained.
I like this course very much. It is explaned good and easy to understand (witch is inportant to me because english is not my native language). Clinical examples are very good and help me to remember how drugs work. I recomend this course to all medical student.
Information is definitely not sufficient for the exams, yet it is helpful for getting the sense of neuroanatomy.
if I don't know anything about para/symp nervous system, I wouldn't understand clearly. For example, in symphatetic outflow diagram, I wouldn't understand where the exact location of white or gray ramus in human body on the picture you used.
I understood SNS input and output quite well prior to watching this video. There are much better figures in textbooks to describe output pathways. I found the figure used a very odd departure from traditional figures and much more confusing.
I've never heard someone explain pKa and drug mechanism so simply before.
a quick video to clear the concept thank you very much
Best and comprehensive information. Best way to learn and revise
Great lectures, i´m satisfied with your contents. Doctor Wilson is always surprising us with his explanations.
Yes. I like the details presentation all Information nicely given good language in short time
clear and concise in explanation; content well-organized and presented in a way that is easy to absorb
This taught me... I was wondering one day while I was reading a Medical book, hmm what are seizures? Then I was looking all over the web found this website and went to Carlo Raj, MD for seizures this is just the beginning for me and I hope I like the rest of his videos.
Learnt a few new things. Clear and concise. Really good lecturer. Would recommend to anyone studying anatomy.
Straight to the point and concise. World class lecturer. Really felt at home with it. Felt like I was studying from a very prestigious institution. I would love to recommend to all my colleagues. Just a small thing to note, it would have helped if we were told what plane the images are. It was mentioned for a few of them but others were not and took a little bit of working out like in the diencephalon lectures but otherwise top tier and nothing required too much effort.
thank you doctor Craig for this video it's very helpful i hope you make anther one about cranial nerves specially 5th and 7th
Great lectures in such a short time. I would listen to this series right before exams.
Just what is needed for the clinics and exam Bare minimum leads to better retention and the results.
Nice and clear explanation Good Voice and clear speaking friendly and open appearance -> clearly someone I love to listen to for hours
Very good lecture, a great teacher and a good sense of humor !
Just reading the slides.No explanation.No schematic drawing to show the involved areas or the characters of the diseases.No pathological sections, gross or microscopic.
very good video. Did not not know the relation to floppy baby and botulinum toxin.
Students who have a very good grasp on the topic may not appreciate it, but overall a good brush up on the choroid plexus and CSF.
The Lecture is very good. However the image does not clearly highlight the foramen. There appears to be an overlap of Foramen Lacerum with the Internal acoustic meatus.
perfect course, it was great our techear doesn't explane well the material, now i got it more
The instructor is poorly prepared. Anyone can read off of a slide. Didn't even make an effort to find better pictures of structures that are covered. And by the way: hypothesis and hypophysis are completely different things.
Everything perfect explained. In the beginning I was lost with neuroanatomy but now I have more clearly concepts.
Slow but comprehensive but not completely enticing. I dont think that this is sufficient for the boards.
He made boring contents interesting not by adding nonsense jokes but by his ways of presentations.
It was great you will never miss a thing everything clear even the diagrams
I recommend all the lectures to all IMGs out there to brush up your knowledge on your basic subjects.
Hi ! You explain very well it's very understandable! Thank you very much !
Sometime the lecturer comes through clinical signs of patients with particular diseases and doesn't explain that sign, just introducs it to that disease. We need to know how that sign looks like when we encouter a patient so that we know how to deal with him.
Good and clear discussions on conditions related to the neck.
I find verything related to the brain and nerves to be very difficult to understand, but Dr. Canby makes it easy to get and this makes the whole learning process far more enjoyable. I don't know if it's just me but when I really like the lessons and the teacher, its much easier for me to pay attention and keep on listening.
great leacture by prof.Thad great work by him for the development of concepts of phisiology.
Again this lecturer has all the important materials to entice students but lacks he ability to make and impact on our brains on important clinical correlations. Overall boring seems to be reading and not prepared and can't hold my attention with same low level emphasis on everything. Is there another lecturer cos I have to watch video a few times to grab what's important especially when I get the answers wrong.
Lecture was clear and straight forward. The diagrams made sense
Honestly, very difficult to follow, lecturer is not in control of subject matter and diagrams were very poor in visibility as well as explaining the content. People that are already well knowledgeable in subject will benefit more.
Excellent summary of an otherwise challenging subject. Thank you Dr. Canby. Onward!
Great Lecture! Very knowledgeable professor and nice visuals. Thank You!
I enjoyed watching this introduction to the limbic system and the conditions were very insightful. Thank you.
Dr. Canby is succinct and to the point with the added benefit of being enjoyable to learn from. Onward!
The Material was presented thoroughly in a manner that was easily understood
Lecture was a bit boring, less emphasis even though content was superb.
Very well explained! Very simplified. Actually helps me understand the lectures I get at Med School!
I really understand the topics the way he explains them. Very good educator
The questions were helpful, but the lecture was more of a recital. There were no extra explanations, no little tips, no compare and contrasts, to aid and understanding and recall. It was during the second or third time I was watching the hypothalamus that I realised that both medial nucei had to do with appetite regulation and satiety, and lesions could lead to hyperphagia; as opposed to the lateral, whose lesion had the opposite effect, ie starvation. Same thing with posterior and anterior, which have opposing effects on thermoregulation. I had to really focus and repeat the lecture to spot that out. he could have highlighted such points during the lecture.
Loved it, so clear and easy to understand. The presentation is extremely useful
Very comprehensible lectures! Thank you so much! Now I know the cranial nerves!
feeling amazing after knowing everything about cavernous sinus . Its simple and quick
Consider adding more information and content to the video especially in the clinical section
I work as an MD at the neurology department at Herlev Hospital, Copenhagen. I was looking for inspiration before I was supposed to do a lecture on CNS infections myself, for the medical students and young doctors at the department. Your lectures are not even close to being good enough or sufficient - there are WAY to many details left out, plus, explanations and clinical relevance is almost none. I couldn't use it at least, and had to dig deeper in my old books and in other lectures. Moreover, I don't get the way the lecturer speaks... he pronounces some words with a weird emphasis on specific words - making you almost feel stupid...
Awesome! Thank you. i am just wondering whether the Sinuses and the infoldings are the same thing? How many sinuses are composed by the dura mater and what are their names? Many thanks!
The best lecture about this topic that I´ve seen in my life. Thank you so much, I´m enjoying the anatomy lectures!
He is very clear and specific .Is important to know anatomy and pathology to understand his lecure an be able to respond thearlier questions
Clear explanation and easy to understand. Good guide to learn Anatomy
I like the lecture but tend to give highlights, good if concepts are explained in details and visual teaching aids included.
If I needed someone to read off the slides for me I'd just go back to my actual med school professor
Very informative and concise.. with application of info on real case analysis
monotone basic basically doesn't really explain anything it just sites things
Horrible Lecturer. Teaching Cant be this way, unfortunately! I hope someone else takes over.
Lecturer seems like he is reading off slides. Content is presented with minimal assistance to learner in actually understanding it. Not enough use of memory aids. Need a better pharmacology lecturer. Love your cards guy!
Clear and concise, easy to understand and very clinically relevant.
Dr. Canby provides clear and concise discussion with regard to head and neck anatomy. This has proven to be a great secondary resource for my studies. As an M.D. student, the amount of information is vast, and these lectures provide a great supplement to my university materials. The most effective way I have found to use this material is by viewing the videos that correlate to my current coursework, completing the recall questions, and then reading through the associated articles that are provided throughout the course.
Concise and easy to understand as always! The trochlear nerve only innervates the superior oblique muscle, but Dr Canby's diagrams are excellent - far better than what we use in lectures! I'm a happy student!
Errmmm I like his beard. It is very hairy, like me!
He is the best one to teach anatomy! I love his voice, his style and his presentation. He makes it more simple for the students to visualize something palpable but hidden under the skin and thousands of other components.
Dear Prof Canby, Thank you for taking the time to create this resource. I did enjoy it and I found it easy to follow. During the first few lectures, I was hoping for more information on some of the muscles which were involved, and towards the end of the course, you included pictures of the muscles with their attachments which were very helpful. Thank you for including the clinical considerations too. I needed to search some information myself, such as the meaning of general somatic / visceral afferents / efferents, online. I had not studied this before. You began clarifying the role of these towards the end of the course, e.g. general somatic efferent has motor control. This was helpful in consolidating the meaning these terms. A bit more information in the beginning may have been helpful. I look forward to viewing more of your lectures. Best wishes, Hudanur
I vbelieved he had a lot of clarity when explain confusing systems.
Not detailed enough in concepts. Mostly comprised lists of pathologies/syndromes. less emphasis on conceptual development
That's perfect to review these topics, good job! Clear and enough exhaustive!
Its very clear and simple...Mneumonics are interesting and easy to remember
I believe that his explanation was 100% solid, clean, and straight to the point.
allow i just wanna give five stars innit yes yes yes
I think this lecture lack of details and certain points needed as introduction
for more understanding of the movement of the eye it should be presented on real eye not on photos ... ty
I enjoyed this lecture and it is very clear and easy to understand with this good instructor.
Pretty informative lectures. Conveys a good amount of information without taking too long.
He explains good, Easy to understand and move on. Only problem is that he doesn't cover some topics about head and neck Anatomy.
Explanation is good but not so detailed. I think it's better to explain more and go deeper on details. Subscribe to this website. Worth it Some parts are good some are not. But in total it's great. Thank you
I think the lectures are very basic, the information is not sufficient for an exam questions
Clear explanation, easy to understand and interesting. Thank you for your effort Dr.
There's a lot of structure missing and the way its presented is a bit boring compared to other instructors on youtube.
Very well-explained and thus helpful lectures! Also, the images are better than anywhere else.
Great review for neurophysiology. Simplifies key elements with clear explanations
it was perfect and obvious in explanation.... be clear and obvious in explanation has very important for me ... thanks a lot because of your effort...
I love Lecturio Anatomy lectures because everything that you see it's better and easy to learn. When I see all the names in the ATLAS I'm stressed, but then, when I watch lecturio it's easy because they explain you everything step by step not only theoretically!
Watching these is clearer, more concise, and far more efficient than going to any of my lectures. I easily learn in 5-10 minutes of watching Dr Raj what I would struggle to pick up in an hour of lectures at medschool.
its really good but kind little short the doctor did good job specially emphasis on important parts
so helpful,,,,, now have clear concept of many things,,,,thank you sir
lecture was excellent. cleared the concept in a few minutes. this was really helpful
basically the slides are all that matters in the course; the lecturer doesn´t add anything to them, so I just read the slides not listening to him. Could be better
i understood the concepts right away. A great way of explaining from Doctor Shukle. Thank you
This is the best teacher i have understood the most. I loved everything really. I would recommend my fellow classmates
Good pace, but information relating to the thyroid gland is lacking. This is more of a general overview.
A masterpiece. The simplistic approach to the delivery of the lecture is just awesome
Excellent simple presentation of a deceivingly simple concept. Great reminder while preparing for boards.
Thank you so much!! Really I´m so grateful. You are helping me a lot with all my studies. Greats from México City.
The content of the anatomy videos are great, beautiful diagrams, well written sentences, but with due respect to the lecturer, he has no game and kills the lecture for me. He is basically reading the power points with nothing new to add to the lecture and the fact that he swipe the tablet for the next sentence to appear slows down the lecture even more. It's really hard to advocate for the program. The word of mouth is not helping here. Ive showed it to friends and they are not willing to purchase the course, not to mention I've reported 4 mistakes in the anatomy material so far. Im glad we have the 10 days testing period, because Im cancelling the subscription. It hasnt proved to me the material is worth $60.
Simply awesome. The delivery, speed and diction is just excellent. Its anatomy made easy
It was very simple and understandable. I could keep up without being confused.
I would like in the questions, a rationale of the answer goes directly to the part of the lecture where it is explained. Like an option would be great
Lecturer is knowledgeable and seems to care about the student's understanding of the material.
Dr. Canby makes neuroanatomy very simple to understand! This lecture covers all the essentials, with great, colorful slides, perfect for visual learners!
The overall quality is good. But what about diseases like ALS, I dont understand why a important disease like this are not covered in the clinical neurology course. And there are couple of other diseases also. I hope that lecturio fixes this issues in the near future.
I thought it was very straight forward and informational. Pretty good just for starters.
Lecture covered lots of details without becoming boring. Presented at a medically relevant level. Basically, animates the contents in an anatomical atlas. Results are better retention!
Dr Craig speaks clearly and slowly so it is easy to follow
Tried to review the most important parts of pharmacology form here before the exam, great and concise lectures!
I felt like I was listening to an undergraduate lecture. Spent way too much time on the basics. I fast forward through everything to see if I can find something useful. I also can't stand how some words are pronounced; in ways I've never heard before. Lastly, It's soooo slow. Can we at least have a double speed option?
so boring, it's no easy to follow. More pictures would be appeciated
I choosed this rating because it explains the topic very well, and I also like the clarification of the functions of a nerve.
A very bad lecture. Mistakes that can not be said lecture after lecture
lacklustre explanation and too concise - neuroanatomy is a subject that needs far more explanation even if just a review
Overall great, but is missing much of the details in the skull (for example names of the specific bones, features of the bones, etc.) and head in general.
A clear and concise overview of the fascial spaces. However, I think the coverage of the surgical access to the trachea was way too superficial. Details of the levels of relevant anatomical zones, and how to locate these areas in a clinical manner would've been greatly appreciated. Otherwise very useful!
Whilst useful for a brief introduction, I do not feel the lecturio anatomy programme in general provides sufficient detail to be a main-line resource. The videos are too brief and superficial in content to adequately prepare a student for internal examinations, let alone to an NBME standard. The presentation itself is clear and ok.
I'm learning lots from the pharmacology lectures. However, they would be even better if they were to include mention of typical dosing regimens. Thanks!
The information is sound but he's boring, He does not make the material interesting. I find it hard to pay attention or not fall asleep during his lectures and therefore i do not do well with the quizzes.
this is perfect explain of Triangles of the Neck thx doctor.Craig Canby
very clear explanation and easy to understand great examples and easy to follow
Explains it to a point where the visual pathway is simple.
clear and concise introduction to the thyroid gland and thyroidectomy relative to the fascial spaces
great to come to this site and explore everything.it helped me a lot in my exam .its is agreat benefit to me
it is extremely general and does not provide the important notes about the gland like its blood suplly, innervation and details about what could be damaged if a thyrodectomy was preformed wrongly.
Good talk on the topic but could be improved by discussion management and when you may consider surgical evacuation vs watch and wait. Also no mention of chronic subdural haematoma.
I'm not sure if this topic will be covered in neurosurg but serious detail lacking. First of all no definition what a raised ICP is and how best to diagnose. No clear explanation of the underlying cause ie mass effect (tumour, abscess), vascular (hypoxia, hypercapnia, venous flow obstruction), hydrocephalus (obstructive vs none), pseudotumor cerebri. It would have been useful to discuss shunts in the treatment as well and when you may consider inserting them
Again a really comprehensive coverage of this topic. I would like in the future for a discussion regarding the use of mini-mental state examinations as it is an important part of the work up of a patient with memory impairment. I was surprised not hear about the cautious use of neuroleptics in Lewy body dementia. I would have like to learn more about the clinical utility of neuroimaging and when you would use them? Finally, It would have also been good to tackle prion disease
Really comprehensive talks on the various movement disorders. I would have liked to see video examples of each movement disorders for completeness
The course brings the general ideia of the anatomy content with interesting clinical correlations. Although, the lectures could be more detailed, specially in vascular anatomy. I also suggest more precise images.
A truly comprehensive coverage of this topic. Really impressed with how much information is included and the systematic approach to formulating a ddx
Great lecturer and keeps it simple with step by step. Also his slides are very simple yet thorough thereby not confusing the student with too much content per slide.
Good summary of the topic but would have been also good further discuss some of the immunosuppresive agents and fingolimod. In the dx workup section the use of MRI was also omitted
I really enjoyed the overall topic. Good balance of detail. What I suggest for future revisions is to expand the criteria for when you would prescribe AED for example aside from 2 eps pts with focal abnormalities or underlying conditions that cannot be remedied or patients with abnormal EEGs may be started on these agents. Furthermore, impact on driving and occupation could have also been included. Finally, I would love to see a separate section focused secondary cause of seizures.
It would have been good to further discuss migraine headaches and tensions headaches. I would have like to learn more about the features of aura (incl scotomas). Moreover, a discussion on what constitutes medication overuse headache is warranted given the ease of access to OTC analgesics. Finally an opportunity has been missed to discuss if which circumstances you would consider the use of prophylactic therapies
Not sure if there will further talks on haemorrhagic stroke but significant omissions evident. For example target for BP lowering, discussion of management of complications incl vasopasm, raised ICP, seziure prevention. Work up of patient wasn't clear ie the use of lumbar punctures in high clinical suspicions but ct equivocal
I enjoyed the series on ischaemic stroke but it would have been great to discuss in more depth the secondary management of stroke in particular blood pressure targets and agents with the most supportive evidence for use (e.g ACE-I). I also note that there was an omission about the best way to manage BP in the acutely hypertensive patient post stroke. Despite theses as always good taster of the topic. I appreciate the challenge of work that goes into producing these contents
Since anatomy is a very difficult subject and very vast, I think that Canby does an excellent job at slowing down and being concise. This lecture hits all the key points as well as ask relevant questions to help retain the information.
Great Simple Teaching. Learning the different parts of the neck is interesting.
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I really liked this lecture and learned a lot. He broke it down and explained things simply without being condescending, and I found his examples to be easy to remember.
It's very helpful, I was able to revise alot under a short period of time.
The lecture was concise and to the point. Dr Carlo's Style of lecturing always provides the right amount of emphasis, and his use of anecdotes help in visualising the patient. Any Iecture by Dr. Carlo Raj Is always highly recommended.
Amazing lecture . I really liked it and learned from it a lot . Thank you
Good videos, but incomplete for a full head and neck series - does not include important structures such as facial and trigeminal nerves, more on neck dissections - which are crucial for understanding head and neck anatomy
really nice ,lecture and also good questions at the end to assess,thank you
It is very basic and insufficiant. not enough to learn from at all.
sir very good explainations,,,,,,,,,,following the course,,need more questions,so that it could help in doing uworld and STEP 1 ,,,,thankyou
really good sir,we need more questions after the lecture,my exam in june,step 1,so i opted for lecturio,by coming across on youtube,really good,
the professor should smile a bit :) His tone is scary at times.
I didn't like the lecturer he is like screaming and shouting in my opinion
I picked this rate because he gives detail about the neck and parts of the neck. I really like this for a 9th grader it's helping me learn more for med school. Please do more videos, not just for me, but for people that want to be something when they make it to med school or college. This website is very helpful in many ways like: when you are on the way to school and your have a test about the human body, or when you just want to study for a test a week or two away. I plan to keep using this website for important chooses in my life. I want to be able to help people with their problems and give them information. I don't want to go home and be that one person with a dream and not go for it. I want to be a help and influence to people in need so, keep making these videos and make people happy for what they want to be in life. Dezire Baker
because it is free and I want to learn anatomy from videos
Information is too general and More review questions would be nice
good knowledge i like this wedsite very very very much...........i like this professor craig candy his lecture was very good and i had taken very much knowledge.....
very nicely and smoothely explained .D And the diagrams choosed very nicely and wisely
The explanation is up to the point and very precise,love each one of the video this doctor had conducted. :)
-Very concise and to the point -Pictures were very helpful for clarity -presentation was succinct and relevant -I have no prior mastery of the content but was able to follow and grasp the content Excellent presentation overall!!! A lifesaver. i have a neuro exam coming up in 2 weeks
the lecture was way to short. The information was very general. Please make the lectures more detailed and more interactive..maybe actual drawings being drawn as the lecturer is explaining. Also to specify on the detailed part which i mentioned, it would be much better if he explained each neurotransmitter.
we need more details about the sym/para outflow please
The course is highly organized and given in a concise way. Also, the practice question and the discussion inside the video are very helpful.
Course is very organized, clear and concise. One area of improvement could be adding more questions and topic reviews, but I know that's something you guys are working on. Great service, keep it up.
I really liked the way that the Professor explains but I believe there are things missing in the course. For example, the microscopic aspect of the brain stem. I think that Neuroanatomy is a very crucial course in Med school and worth giving a little more emphasis. Thank you for helping me out !
Missing alot of important information Missing alot of important information
i liked as a study guide. I think it could have more details.
The contents are very good, I wish I can share with my student easier.
Explained clearly, great use of images, quiz questions would be great though
it was very basic and very easy to understand...Prof. Craig Canby is a great teacher.
Brilliant!! Such an eye opener with meticulous presentation. I now know where to go for clarification
it's awesome that you can pickup quick Info before the exam I love this course
make things straight and easy to remember Thanx Dr. Shukle
I enjoyed this presentation quite a bit. I feel like the information will be well remembered thanks to the excellent delivery.
Extremely informative. Well presented Lecture. Your voice is perfect to enable the information to be understood easily. Thank you.
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