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Anatomy For Emergency Medicine

By Andy Neill

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The AFEM podcast: brief screencasts on clinical anatomy with specific relevance to EM and hopefully trying to cover RCEM anatomy curriculum in its entirety. Nothing if not ambitious... Donations appreciated

Customer Reviews


Short and to the points, very good illustration graphic

Keep them coming!

Love this podcast. Nice review with great illustrations of relevant anatomy.


Good review

Very good review. Brings home many points over-looked all those years ago in my anatomy lab…

Some of the ways this could be improved would be making the lectures more clinically relevant. I'm thinking of the cervical spine series which was very, very good. It would be helpful to go through the differential diagnosis (or diagnostic considerations) of back pain in blunt trauma and different modalities used to diagnose them.

For example, one of the points I found most helpful was in the C-spine lecture (6.2) on findings in the MRI of spinal stenosis. Other points that would be helpful to review are findings on MRI about flair intensity, etc. What are the findings that we should not be missing?

Thanks so much! This is really an excellent video cast and I'm hoping you'll be doing more in the future!

Anatomy For Emergency Medicine
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  • Category: Medicine
  • Language: English

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