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Apr 242017

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Quiz of 232 questions, 130 images
Topics : typical Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) 1st year curriculum

Everything you wanted to know about …
Neurology: sympathomimetics, sympatholytics, parasympathomimetics; skull shapes; Organ of Corti; cauda equina vs MLF; CNS, PNS, the gorgeous cranial nerves, the blood-brain barrier, ascending/descending pathways; cerebrum, cerebellum, and the rest of them; sympathetic, parasympathetic and enteric nervous systems; CSF, what’s normal; reflexes vs responses; spinal cord enlargements; drug effects; specie differences; lesion localization; LMN vs UMN; ion-channels – sodium, potassium, calcium and what they do; strabismus vs nystagmus; cells in the CNS vs those “others”; can nerves regenerate?; action potential working; the wonders of micturition; disease conditions and the fun (and techniques) in diagnosing them; effect of toxins; case studies
Genetics: inheritance, dominant vs recessive traits, various types of mutations, karyotyping, allele, gene profiling, phenocopies, x-inactivation, translocations, mimic genes, heritability, genetic variability, tumor suppressor genes vs oncogenes, mosaics vs chimeras, psuedo vs true hemaphrodites, penetrance vs expressivity, aneuploidy vs polyploidy, blot techniques, epistasis … and more
… but were reluctant to ask 🙂

Multiple choice Q & A (NAVLE style)
Fun! Sounds, animations, funky sounds (representative of one’s score)
Serious! Supported by tons of images, detailed explanations, memory tips
Relevance! Questions designed to highlight key topics

Various modes. Sequential, Random, more
Tracks your profile, so
– one can focus on “difficult” questions (Difficult mode)
– questions are not repeated
Keyword mode. Presents questions that match a keyword (within the question text)
Test mode. Configurable number of questions, picked at random. Stores your score.

Switch to landscape mode (to expand an image, for example)
Images: pinch-zoom or double tap to zoom
Works on all sizes of phones/tablets

Ideal for revision, to supplement course work
NOT designed to be used on its own

Aimed at 1st Year DVM students, but senior students (even DVMs) could find this useful revision
Created by a DVM

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