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An Introduction to Neuroradiology

This module is intended as a review of information relevant to neuroradiology for medical student education. Contents include a review of basic brain and lumbar spine anatomy and five neuroradiology cases. The module features practice problem focused learning with discussion of imaging modalities important for workup and interpretation of common neuropathologies.

Jan 8, 2024

Metabolism Integration

This project demonstrates the integration of metabolism in the human body. Insulin, glucagon, and epinephrine regulate carbohydrates, amino acids, and lipid metabolisms. Homeostasis is dependent on the interaction of these systems. This module is designed to allow the students to explore the metabolism after feeding through starvation at the level of the whole body, the […]

Dec 6, 2023

Vascular Supply to the Central Nervous System

This e-module focuses on the vasculature of the central nervous system (CNS) with our primary attention on the Circle of Willis. Throughout the didactics of this module, you will have the opportunity to gauge your understanding with short quizzes. At the end, test your understanding by taking a longer quiz that assesses your comprehension on […]

Apr 12, 2021

Anatomy of the Brain

The interactive quizzes, cross-sectional scans, and virtual dissection images in this module will help review basic anatomy of the brain. Average time to complete module: 25 minutes (Updated Nov. 2023)

Jul 21, 2017

Agenesis of the Corpus Callosum: A Neurologic Pathology Case Study

How do the “sunburst sign” and teardrop shaped ventricles help diagnose this congenital anomaly? Complete this module to learn this and more. Average time to complete module: 20 minutes (Updated Nov. 2023)

Jul 21, 2017

Brain Lesions: Malignant vs. Benign

Can talking on the phone really give you a brain tumor? Check out this module to learn more about the true risk factors, clinical symptoms, and treatment for this pathology. You can also review a case study with full brain CT and MRI scans. Average time to complete module: 20 minutes (Updated Nov. 2023)

Jul 21, 2017