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Neurology Quiz of the Week

This week's question is about cranial nerves.
 

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Neuron Action Potential 2
09/01/14 @ 16:46 by jdmiles
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04/11/14 @ 20:19 by jdmiles
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Thanks.  That's an excellent idea.

 

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02/21/14 @ 12:43 by kentjr
kentjrcome on....ingested like 8 pounds of ketamine is suggestive of toxic psychosis...too much so.
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02/21/14 @ 12:41 by kentjr
kentjrWhat do you think about creating a Resident-level bank and a Med-student level bank?  Questions like this one should be for med students.  important ? though.  awesome website.
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09/09/13 @ 20:45 by jdmiles
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Recently Added Online Learning Content:

Synapses and the Neuromuscular Junction (NMJ)
09/01/14 @ 21:11 by jdmiles

Neurons communicate with other cells, usually via chemical signals.


Muscle Fiber Action Potential
09/01/14 @ 21:11 by jdmiles

Muscle fibers also have action potentials, and they result in mechanical contraction of the muscle fiber.


The Neuron Action Potential
09/01/14 @ 21:10 by jdmiles

Neurons can actively change the electrical potential across their membranes.


Meat Wires
09/01/14 @ 21:09 by jdmiles

Our nerve cells are wires. Made of meat.