Here's a fun way to use the name to remember the difference between Genu Valgum and Genu Varum! Thanks to Dr.Trevor Cook.
Read more: Genu Valgum vs. Genu Varum
Here's some key facts about fracture of the tibial which occured to the MMA fighter Anderson Silva during the second round of his fight against Chris Weidman in December 2013:
Read more: BaroneMnemonic: Tibial Fractures
Watch this video and tell me what's the diagnosis for this classic sign?
Read more: BaroneVideoQuiz: Diagnosis 1
Watch the video and tell me what disease is associated with this finding?
Read more: BaroneVideoQuiz: Diagnosis 2
Here's a simple way to remember the layers of the meninges:
Artwork: Thanks to Dr. Jerry Kumpukal.
Here's a fun way to remember the lung volumes and capacities using M&M's:
Read more: BaroneMnemonic: Lung Volumes
Here's how to quickly draw the lower Pons on the exam to figure out all the pontine syndromes!
Read more: BaroneMnemonic: Pons
The centrilobular hepatocytes represent which zone of the Liver?
Read more: Liver Zone Mnemonic
Here's a mnemonic for the spleen that's been around for a long time but it still works!
Read more: Spleen Mnemonic
Here's two ways to remember the sites of absorption for Iron, B12, and Folate:
Read more: BaroneMnemonics: Absorption
Here's a fun way to remember the Neural Crest Derivatives:
Read more: BaroneMnemonic: Neural Crest
Here's an easy way to remember the innervation of the tongue using a simple mnemonic:
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Here's an interesting way to remember the G-protein coupled receptors.
Read more: G-Protein Coupled Receptors
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Here's a simple way to remember the cranial nerve innervation of the Superior Oblique muscle:
Read more: Barone Mnemonic: Superior Oblique Innervation
See the Video: Wernicke vs Broca Mnemonic
If you've ever struggled to remember the Pharyngeal arch.... this mnemonic is for you!
Dr. Tiu breaks it down and makes it memorable!!!
Read more: Pharyngeal Arch Mnemonic
Here's a way to remember the cranial nerves associated with each Pharyngeal Arch:
Read more: Barone Video Mnemonic: Pharyngeal Arch Cranial Nerves
Here's Dr. Alajaj's followup video. He uses the Pharyngeal arch mnemonic to learn the innervation for tongue sensation.
Read more: Tongue Sensation
Here's an easy way to remember the functions of the hypothalamus:
Read more: Barone Mnemonic: Neuroanatomy
Here's a mnemonic to remember all the stretch reflexes and their innervation by using a Nursery Rhyme many of us already know!
Read more: Barone Memonic: Stretch Reflex
Here's a great way to remember the important anatomy of the gag reflex:
Read more: BaroneMnemonic: Gag Reflex
Here's a video demonstrating the two classic signs of hypocalcemia - Chvostek's and Trousseau's signs:
Read more: BaroneVideo: Signs of Hypocalcemia
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Read more: BaroneMnemonic: Horner Syndrome
Here's a musical way to remember the cranial nerves:
Read more: Cranial Nerve Christmas Song
Associated with uncal herniation, ischemic injury, tumor, aneurysm of the PCA.
Video source: OphthoBook.com
Associated with trauma, ischemic injury, tumor, and may be congenital.
Associated with increased ICP and ischemic injury.
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