Here's an easy way to remember MRI image weighting using Arnold Schwarzenegger and the Terminator Movies:
Read more: Barone Mnemonic: MRI T1 verses T2
Here's a fun review of neuroanatomy from the cartoon "Pinky and the Brain":
Read more: 'Pinky and the Brain'-stem
Here's a quick summary of the composition and disease associations for some of the bodies found in the brain!
Read more: Bodies in the Brain
Dr. Ray is back to give us a neuropathology mnemonic for remembering some distinguishing features of Parkinson's disease, Pick's disease, and Lewy Body dementia.
Here's a way to remember the classic motor symptoms of Parkinson disease:
Read more: Parkinson Mnemonic
Here's the fine work of one of my Live-on-line student.... taking my mnemonic and putting it to music:
Read more: Super Mario Huntinton Mnemonic
Here's how to remember that Hirano bodies are associated with Alzheimers disease:
Read more: Baronemnemonic: Alzheimer Disease
A 47-year-old male presents to the physician complaining that "my tongue is dancing". He has a 1-year history of difficulty swallowing solids and liquids as well as a decrease in the volume of his voice. Physical examination reveals weakness and atrophy of his leg muscles bilaterally and mildly slurred speach. His sensory functions are intact. Electromyography shows evidence of active and chronic denervation.
Read more: Dancing Tongue
Here is a good way to remember the most common primary brain tumors in adults by using the NY Giants:
Read more: Brain Tumor Mnemonic
Here is a video to help you remember the important features of Pilocytic astrocytomas:
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Here's a short poem to remind us of some facts about Medulloblastoma:
Read more: BaroneMnemonic: Medulloblastoma
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