The nervous system regulates and adapts an organism in accordance with the changing conditions of the external world and the body’s internal processes. It has a communication and control function and innervates all internal and external organs in the body.
The physiology of the nervous system includes the functions of the sensory system, nerves and cells, as well as the structure of the autonomic nervous system.
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Hi Lecturio Team, Yes, I like it a lot neurophysiology by doctor Thad Wilson. Great presentation and explanation. In my view, the neurophysiology is one of the vital key of the medicine by knowing it and combining knowledge and skills with anatomy, pathophysiology and surgery you could figure out pathology in terms of when you facing patients with traumatic injury . In contrast when you seeing infected patient with contagious viruses, bacteria and fungi and so on, of course you need to immediately think about combining knowledge and skills of microbiology, pathophysiology and pharmacology and biochemistry. Yes, all courses are given so well presented. Yes . I certainly enjoyed it Lecturio as it has all components of courses which are important for every doctor who wants to excel their skills. Many thanks indeed for the course organizers, Showing on cadaver will be even better to get precise knowledge and skills.
On point, efficient and easy to comprehend. Fantastic presentation by the professor. My experience comes from an african medical school with professors who spend 2 hours explaining major concepts that I end up spending extra time trying to understand. For example, the action potential video explained the concept for me in less than 10 minutes in comparison to the 1 hour irl lecture that led me nowhere.
neuro physiology if u mean diabetic coma,it is good I have gone thr the lecture
very good diagrams, would have liked to see an even deeper dive into ciliary muscle in relation on zonule fibers and how they are inverse to each other,