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Guillain-Barre Syndrome – causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, pathology

Guillain-Barre Syndrome – causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, pathology

learning medicine is hard work Osmosis makes it easy it takes your lectures and notes to create a personalized study plan with exclusive videos practice questions and flashcards and so much more try it free today Guillain-Barré syndrome is named after two neurologists Georges Guillain and Jean Barré and it’s a demyelinating disease of the …

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Pharmacology – ANTICHOLINERGIC & NEUROMUSCULAR BLOCKING AGENTS (MADE EASY)

Pharmacology – ANTICHOLINERGIC & NEUROMUSCULAR BLOCKING AGENTS (MADE EASY)

in this video I’m going to cover cholinergic antagonists so let’s get right into it cholinergic antagonists can be divided into three groups first antimuscarinic agents second ganglionic blockers third neuromuscular blockers so let’s start with antimuscarinic agents also known as anticholinergic drugs these agents block primarily muscarinic receptors thus causing inhibition of muscarinic functions …

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Multiple sclerosis – causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, pathology

Multiple sclerosis – causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, pathology

Multiple sclerosis is a demyelinating disease of the central nervous system, which includes the brain and the spinal cord. Myelin is the protective sheath that surrounds the axons of neurons, allowing them to quickly send electrical impulses. This myelin is produced by oligodendrocytes, which are a group of cells that support neurons. In multiple sclerosis, …

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Myasthenia gravis – causes, symptoms, treatment, pathology

Myasthenia gravis – causes, symptoms, treatment, pathology

Myasthenia gravis, is a Latin expression that literally means “grave muscle weakness,” which perfectly describes the weakness that happens when this autoimmune disease affects the skeletal muscles. People with myasthenia gravis might wake up feeling fine, but get progressively weaker as the day goes on and by the end of the day they might feel …

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Integumentary system – Anatomical terminology for healthcare professionals | Kenhub

Integumentary system – Anatomical terminology for healthcare professionals | Kenhub

Epidermis, squamous cells, anatomical terminology – maybe she’s born with it! Maybe, it’s Kenhub. Who knew studying Anatomy could make you look younger? Okay, I lie. It doesn’t. If anything, studying anatomical terminology is guaranteed to add more than a few stress lines to your otherwise youthful face. Trust me. Well, they say prevention is …

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How dissecting words can help you be a pro in anatomical terminology | Kenhub

How dissecting words can help you be a pro in anatomical terminology | Kenhub

Ever seen a medical term that is so terrifying that you feel like a fuzz-ugly grizzly bear is staring you right back in your face, feeling horror at the thought of even pronouncing it – let alone understanding it? Well, you shouldn’t be. The ‘bear’ beyond this term is actually about as terrifying as this …

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Skeletal system – Anatomical terminology for healthcare professionals | Kenhub

Skeletal system – Anatomical terminology for healthcare professionals | Kenhub

Yeeaahh!! Kenhub is in da house. Yo’ foot bones connected to yo’ ankle bone. Yo’ ankle bones connected to yo’ leg bone. Yo’ leg bones connected to yo’ thigh bone. Yo’, that’s some serious shii—-. Ever feel like getting down to the bones of anatomical terminology is harder than you originally thought? Like literally? Who …

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