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Neuroscience and Neuroanatomy the complete course

  • Course level: Beginner

Description

This course lecture is one of the most World’s Most Popular Medical Lectures. Master Neuroscience and Neuroanatomy with Dr. Najeeb. a lot of hand-drawn illustrations and crystal clear concepts.

This course will completely change the way you look at Neuroanatomy and Neuroscience and we guarantee you that by the time you finish this course with us you’ll feel like a professional.

We use hand-drawn illustrations to empower your learning process because we believe lasting knowledge results from clear concepts. Our videos are interactive and fun to watch so you don’t have to spend hours memorizing them.

Who this course is for:

  1. Neurologist
  2. Medical student
  3. Doctor
  4. Physicians
  5. Physician Assistant
  6. Dentist
  7. Pharmacist
  8. USMLE Step 1
  9. Paramedics
  10. Osteopathic
  11. Nurse

What Will I Learn?

  • Introduction to Neuroanatomy.
  • Development of Nervous System.
  • Meninges.
  • C.S.F & Ventricular system.
  • Blood Supply to Brain.
  • Blood Brain Barrier.
  • Histology of Nervous System.
  • Spinal Cord & its Lesions.
  • Brown-Sequard Syndrome (BSS).
  • Nerve supply to Lacrimal Gland.
  • Petrosal Nerves (Greater, Deep & Lesser Petrosal Nerves).
  • Ascending Tracts.
  • Motor System & Descending Tracts.
  • Upper & Lower Motor Neurons & their Lesions.
  • Brain Stem (Basic Concepts).
  • Medulla.
  • Pons .
  • Mid-Brain.
  • Cerebellum.
  • Diencephalon.
  • Thalamus.
  • Hypothalamus.
  • Cranial Nerves (Basic Concepts).
  • Oculomotor Nerve and Clinical Correlates.
  • Trochlear Nerve and its Clinical Correlates.
  • Abducent Nerve and its Clinical Correlates.
  • Facial Nerves.
  • Facial Nerve & Clinical Correlates.
  • Glossopharyngeal & Vagus Nerves (9th & 10th Nerves).
  • Ciliary Ganglion and Connections.
  • Anatomy of Oculosympathetic Pathway & Horner's Syndrome.
  • Pterygopalatine Fossa.
  • Pterygopalatine Ganglion.
  • Otic Ganglion.
  • Basal Ganglia.
  • Trigeminal System.
  • Ophthalmic Nerve (Lacrimal, Frontal & Nasociliary nerves).
  • Maxillary Nerve and its Branches.

Topics for this course

35 Lessons

Neuroanatomy

Spinothalamic Tract – Ascending Tracts00:00:00
Introduction to Neuroanatomy00:00:00
Basal Ganglia – Structure & Function00:00:00
Introduction to Neuroanatomy – Neuroscience00:00:00
Brainstem – Structure & Function00:00:00
Cerebellum – Structure & Function00:00:00
Autonomic Nervous System00:00:00
Maxillary Nerve and its Branches00:00:00
Vestibulo Ocular Reflex00:00:00
Descending Tracts – Corticospinal Tract – Pyramidal & Extrapyramidal Tract00:00:00
Meninges – Dura mater – Arachnoid mater – Pia mater00:00:00
Cranial Nerves – Neuroanatomy00:00:00
Upper and Lower Motor Neurons & Lesions00:00:00
Midbrain – Structure & Function – Neuroanatomy00:00:00
Hypothalamus – Structure & Function – Neuroanatomy00:00:00
Thalamus – Structure & Function – Neuroanatomy00:00:00
Histology of the Nervous System00:00:00
Medulla Oblangata – Structure & Function – Neuroanatomy00:00:00
Pons – Structure & Function – Neuroanatomy00:00:00
Spinal cord Injury & its Lesions – Neuroanatomy00:00:00
Cavernous Sinus – Structure & Function00:00:00
Development of Nervous System – Neuroanatomy00:00:00
Ophthalmic Nerve – Lacrimal, Frontal & Nasociliary Nerves00:00:00
Diencephalon – Structure & Function – Neuroanatomy00:00:00
Basal Ganglia – Structure & Function – Neuroanatomy00:00:00
Blood Brain Barrier – Structure & Function00:00:00
Ascending Tracts – Spinothalamic Tract – Spinocerebellar Tract00:00:00
Blood Supply to Brain – Neuroanatomy00:00:00
Abducens Nerve & Clinical Correlates00:00:00
Nerve supply to Lacrimal Glands – Neuroanatomy00:00:00
Petrosal Nerves – Greater, Deep and Lesser Petrosal Nerves00:00:00
Vestibulo Ocular Reflex – Neuroanatomy00:00:00
Pterygopalatine Fossa – Neuroanatomy00:00:00
Oculomotor Nerve & Ciliary Ganglion – Neuroanatomy00:00:00
Trochlear Nerve & its Clinical Correlates – Neuroanatomy00:00:00
Neuroscience and Neuroanatomy.
50 £

Enrolment validity: Lifetime

Requirements

  • All lectures are delivered in English using hand-drawn illustrations on a traditional whiteboard.