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Cranial Nerves - StumbleUpon Can't remember the names of the cranial nerves? Here is a handy-dandy mnemonic for you: On Old Olympus Towering Top AFamous Vocal German Viewed Some Hops. The bold letters stand for: olfactory, optic, oculomotor, trochlear, trigeminal, abducens, facial, vestibulocochlear, glossopharyngeal, vagus, spinal accessory, hypoglossal.

Physics Flash Animations We have been increasingly using Flash animations for illustrating Physics content. This page provides access to those animations which may be of general interest. The animations will appear in a separate window. Thoracic gunshot and retroaortic bullet Karim Brohi, London, UK, July 27, 2007 The patient sustained a gunshot wound to the lower right thorax. He was admitted to the emergency department and remained haemodynamically normal throughout his assessment. There was a right pneumothorax on Chest X-ray and a chest tube was placed. The patient was taken to CT for assessment of the bullet track and injuries. 40 Places for College Students to Find Free Unabridged Books Online Jul 11, 2011 The cost of books can add up quickly for college students. Fortunately, there are a lot of great sites that offer free unabridged books online. Here are 40 of the best places to find free textbooks, audio books and full-text works of fiction and nonfiction. Bartleby - Bartleby has one of the best collections of literature, verse and reference books that can be accessed online for no charge.

University of Colorado Denver Student Portal Do you have the right username and password for UCDAccess? To log into the UCDAccess portal you will need your official university username and password. These are the ones that you obtained through using the appropriate site below for your campus. SIU SOM Histology ERG Many of the body's cells secrete substances which influence other cells, either locally or at some distance. Cells which are conspicuously specialized for this function are called endocrine cells. (The suffix -crine refers to secretion; the prefix endo- tells us that the secretory product stays inside the body.) All endocrine cells share certain characteristics. Most obviously, endocrine cells are all specialized for secretion.

Provision of USMLE performance data to International Medical Schools  ECFMG provides eligible international medical schools with data on the performance of their students and graduates who apply to ECFMG for USMLE Step 1, USMLE Step 2 Clinical Knowledge (CK), and USMLE Step 2 Clinical Skills(CS). In 2009, ECFMG began to provide international medical schools with data on the USMLE performance of individual students/graduates. In 2010, ECFMG began to provide international medical schools with aggregate data on the USMLE performance of their students/graduates. ECFMG provides these services at no cost to medical schools. International medical schools have long expressed interest in obtaining USMLE performance data on the students/graduates, and ECFMG’s efforts to provide such data are providing mutually beneficial for the medical schools and for ECFMG.

USMLE computer-based Testing (CBT) Practice Session  If you registered for USMLE Step 1, Step 2 CK, or Step 3 and received your scheduling permit, you are eligible to register to take a practice Session for that examination at a Prometric test center. You may take only one session per exam registration and must take it in the same testing region as your Step exam. Please note that practice Sessions are not available on major local holidays and during the first two weeks of January. Before deciding to register for a Practice session, please be aware of the following: practice Sessions are provided PRIMARILY to give examinees the opportunity to become familiar with the Prometric test center environment.All test items are drawn from the practice materials that are available for free download on the USMLE website.

USMLE Day 1: Biochem Makes Me Feel Like Michelangelo If you hired me solely to draw biochem pathways all day, I would buy the fanciest set of Staedtler pens and use only the heaviest of heavy-weight paper and I would buy a beret and no one could stop me from wearing it indoors, no one. … luckily, when planning my Step 1 schedule, I grudgingly acknowledged this and gave myself an entire 48 hours to live out the dream, guilt-free, under the clever guise of “making flashcards”. (No, but seriously, I did really make flashcards – I just drew each pathway and saved it with different words blanked out. I swear to god the effort was semi-productive.) Actually, artists working on their Art and med students working on Step 1 are pretty damned similar.

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