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Reply Smithc117
6:48 PM on April 15, 2017 
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Reply lakmika
5:39 AM on February 1, 2014 
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Reply Simon
7:04 AM on October 26, 2013 
Hi Lauren,

Many thanks for allowing me to your illustration. Your link has been added.

Best of wishes to your work too!

-Simon
Lauren says...
Hi Simon,
I like your site. You are welcome to use my image below, please add a link back to my site.
http://www.medicalartlibrary.com/diaphragm-phrenic-nerve.html
Best of wishes with your studies.
Lauren
Reply Lauren
2:41 PM on September 17, 2013 
Hi Simon,
I like your site. You are welcome to use my image below, please add a link back to my site.
http://www.medicalartlibrary.com/diaphragm-phrenic-nerve.html
Best of wishes with your studies.
Lauren
Reply BdrOtb
8:37 PM on April 21, 2013 
Heyy friend, where is 2nd year med notes?!!!!
Simon says...
hello fellow medic.

i'm very sorry for the late reply.

in response to your first question - sorry it was a typo. the checkpoint's purpose IS to see of the cells are the right size to divide etc...

in response to the cardiovascular anatomy, the best place to start is from dissections if you have them at your medical school. of course do a bit of pre-course reading. i find youtube anatomy videos very helpful too.

draw plenty of diagrams to consolidate your learning.

for me, i learn anatomy by sections e.g. branches of the aorta to the arm, to the head etc.

i hope that helps!
Reply Simon
9:06 AM on March 31, 2013 
medic student says...
Hey iam really sorry simon for keeping posting like this,
but i wanted to ask you for some tips on remembering the anatomy,

especially the anatomy and the names of all those viens in the cardiovascular
I don't know where to start or how to do it..so...iam just tearing my hair out!
do you learn the left hand side to the right? or just top to bottom like a list(?) but then you wouldn't know the positions of it so...
any tips on how you remembered all of that would be appreciated!!


you are too awesome to be true


hello fellow medic.

i'm very sorry for the late reply.

in response to your first question - sorry it was a typo. the checkpoint's purpose IS to see of the cells are the right size to divide etc...

in response to the cardiovascular anatomy, the best place to start is from dissections if you have them at your medical school. of course do a bit of pre-course reading. i find youtube anatomy videos very helpful too.

draw plenty of diagrams to consolidate your learning.

for me, i learn anatomy by sections e.g. branches of the aorta to the arm, to the head etc.

i hope that helps!
Reply medic student
12:17 AM on September 5, 2012 
Hey iam really sorry simon for keeping posting like this,
but i wanted to ask you for some tips on remembering the anatomy,

especially the anatomy and the names of all those viens in the cardiovascular
I don't know where to start or how to do it..so...iam just tearing my hair out!
do you learn the left hand side to the right? or just top to bottom like a list(?) but then you wouldn't know the positions of it so...
any tips on how you remembered all of that would be appreciated!!


you are too awesome to be true
Reply medic student
12:04 AM on September 5, 2012 
hi simon,

sorry to bother you again, but i think there are some errors or they might not be errors but me not understanding and being stupid ,but near the end of the cancer section

after explaining about leukemia and so on, there are two questions there.
I don't reallly understand where these questions came from and what its trying to show.
I understand the different checkpoints but i don't know if the last 2 questions at end are suppose to be there or if it was an error?

Thanks mate
Reply Simon
12:03 PM on September 2, 2012 
medic student says...
Hey Simon,
thanks for you reply!
I really do thank you for the website it has been such a big help!
I hope that you carry on with this and not put it down cause you did such a big job of putting all your notes up here.

Just wanted to ask if there was any anatomy notes on the heart?


Thanks a bunch, and will do recommend this site to my friends!


Hi check out the cardiovascular & GI system section (http://medic4u.webs.com/cardiovasculargisystem.htm)

Thanks a bunch and I appreciate your comments :)
Reply medic student
7:15 PM on August 30, 2012 
Hey Simon,
thanks for you reply!
I really do thank you for the website it has been such a big help!
I hope that you carry on with this and not put it down cause you did such a big job of putting all your notes up here.

Just wanted to ask if there was any anatomy notes on the heart?


Thanks a bunch, and will do recommend this site to my friends!