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LEARNING SECTION

This section is mainly for learners, namely students, junior doctors, and doctors aiming to refresh a topic quickly. The section is divided in youmedicine METHODS, where you can find some structured information on learning methods and you medicine FLASH , where chapters are designed according to learning methods and interconnected in learning paths, in order to allow a comprehensive and quick learning. All the sections are growing to give you instruments for clinical problem solving.
Not clinically useful? We will not talk about it!
This chapter introduce PBL (Problem Based Learning). There is not one learning method, although a lot of teachers and univerisities prefer the classical methods.
This chapter explains reflexes, which are part of the MRS examination (motor-reflex-sensory). This chapter is particularly useful for general practice, internal medicine, emergency medicine, neurology, orthopedics and phisiatry
This chapter describes myotomes. Please read the chapter on basic anatomy terms before this chapter, to get familiarised with movements definitions and descriptions. AIM: learn myotomes and associated semeiotic procedures
This chapter describes referred pain areas in a systematic way. For beginners. After reading this chapter please read chapter on referred pain to complete physiopathology and clinical approach with somatic mapping
This chapter describes peripheral nerve fields or cutaneous nerve distribution. Please read the "dermatomes" chapter before this one. Useful for physicians in emergency medicine, ortopedics, neurology, anesthesiology and internal medicine.
This chapter describes dermatomes. Useful in sensorial system assessment if a nerve root is involved. We suggest to read the surface anatomy landmarks chapter before reading this chapter.
Read this chapter after the "surface anatomy: landmarks" chapter. Immaginary lines will allow you to localize further landmarks
chapter for beginners. It describes pelvic and perineum anatomy because pelvic cavity conformation can be confusing
This is a chapter for beginners. AIM: memorize the main bone permanent landmarks and skin areas. They will be essential for semeiotics, procedures and reasoning. We suggest you to read also basic terms in topographic anatomy.
In this chapter you can find a short introduction to weakness symptom, for beginners.
This chapter connects cardiac dysfunctional sign and symptoms and pathophysiology. Useful for beginners. Read this chapter before reading advanced auscultation chapter.
This chapter in the first chapter you should read if you are a beginner, then have a read to heart sounds chapter and murmurs chapter. In the end read the auscultation chapter
You can read this chapter before reading chapter on auscultation if you are a beginner searching for a systematic classical approach or after auscultation chapter if you already mastered the topic, just for consulting some details.
You can read quickly this chapter before advanced auscultation chapter if you are a beginner (systematic classical approach) or you can read it after auscultation chapter for a quick details consulting.
This paragraph explains cardiomyopathies physiology and pathophysiology. This chapter is useful before studyng auscultation chapter as well as before studying heart imaging.
This paragraph is useful when you are approaching a direct semeiotic question during clinical examination or if you have to answer quickly to a clinical question during an echography
This paragraph is useful when you approach a clinical question aroused by a semeiotic (auscultation) or imaging approach (echocardiography).
This paragraph belongs to echocardiography chapter. It's suggested to read the paragraphs regarding windows in echocardiography before reading this paragraph
This paragraph is a part of echocardiography chapter. In the first part, approaching to the thorax, you will simulate the options you have in front of the thoracic window; in the second part there is a basic image component analysis
This paragraph is a part of echocardiography chapter. In the first part, approaching to the thorax, you will simulate the options you have in front of the thoracic window; in the second part, plane images analysis, there is an basic image component analysis
This paragraph is a part of echocardiography chapter. In the first part, approaching to the thorax, you will simulate the options you have in front of the thoracic window; in the second part, plane images analysis, there is an basic image component analysis
This paragraph is a part of echocardiography chapter. In the first part, approaching to the thorax, you will simulate the options you have in front of the thoracic window; in the second part, plane images analysis, there is an basic image component analysis
In this paragraph you can find the basic terms used in topographical anatomy (in CT, NMR and ecography, semeiotics, procedures, orthopedics, physiatrics, sports medicine, surgery).
In this chapter you can find a fast learning method for heart auscultation. You can read the chapter with links if you are a beginner or without links if you are an advanced user, to refresh quickly your clinical skills.
The chapter is for beginners of echocardiography and put together applied anatomy, ultrasound windows and scanning planes for each window. This in order to explain why you should see a certain image using a certain scanning plain.
In this chapter you will find basic information on heart organized in a way you can learn starting from core and brief informations on anatomy and physiology then clinical examination. For auscultation go to the proper chapter.
Basic applied ultrasound physics, probe types, marker, movements and conventional orientation, 2D imaging and artifacts, Doppler practical explanation (color, power, spectral, continous) and intro to other US methods