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How many hours is the Neuroanatomy Exam?
The Neuroanatomy Exam is 2.5 hours.
How many questions is the Neuroanatomy Exam?
The Neuroanatomy Exam is 125 questions.
What topics are covered on the Neuroanatomy Exam?
Topics include: The Neuroanatomy exam is designed to assess performance at the end of a course, clerkship, or other unit of instruction.
Neuroanatomy Exam MCQs (1,255)
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Neuroanatomy Exam Articles (407)
The postcentral gyrus is on the lateral surface of the parietal lobes between the central sulcus and postcentral sulcus. The postcentral gyrus cont ...
The pons is the portion of the brainstem between the midbrain above and the medulla oblongata below. The transverse section of pons subdivides ...
The blood supply to the brain divides into an anterior and posterior circulation. The anterior circulation derives blood from the bilateral interna ...
In 1924 the Austrian neuroscientist Josef Gerstmann described a rare neurological disorder which was observed by him in a few patients consist ...
The major structure of the temporal region is the temporal bone. The term "temporal" region of the skull and the "temporal" bone specifically comes ...
A subdural hematoma forms because of an accumulation of blood under the dura mater, one of the protective layers to the brain tissue under the calv ...
Ciliospinal reflex is characterized by rapid dilation of the ipsilateral pupil (by 1 to 2mm) with a painful or startling stimulus.
In 1595, French anatomist Andre du Laurens first described the structure of a rope-like tail of fibers at the caudal end of the spinal cord. This b ...
The walls of the bladder are mainly formed by detrusor muscle, which allows the bladder to contract to excrete urine or relax to hold urine. At the ...
The brachial plexus is formed by the anterior primary rami of C5 through T1 and provides sensory and motor innervation of the upper extremity. The ...
The spinal cord measures roughly 45 cm in the adult male and 42 cm in the adult female. It is a d ...
The infratemporal fossa is an irregularly shaped cavity in the face that is touted as being one of the most anatomically complex regions in the hea ...
Myelin sheath is a fatty product formed from specific neuroglial cells that provides numerous vital supporting functions as well as increases the r ...
Aneurysms of the internal carotid arteries involving the portion of the vessel contained within the cavernous sinus pose different risks and often ...
The temporal lobe of the brain is often referred to as the neocortex. It forms the cerebral cortex in conjunction with the occipital lobe, the pari ...
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