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— Second Aid: USMLE mnemonics

This is a list of medical mnemonics, side-notes, and generalizations I wrote down while going through my 2010 First Aid book while supplementing with 2012 Falcon, Kaplan, and a bit of Goljan.  I stopped at around three-quarters of the text because I got tired and felt like not many people would be interested…(Update: sorry, but I’m too busy to go back and type the rest! ><).

P.S.  If you want to find a topic fast, I suggest Ctrl+F

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— Food for Thought
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The hippocampus, illuminated above, is an area of the brain vital for long-term memory.
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My comprehensive anatomy, histology, and physiology review for tomorrow&#8217;s midterm.
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Brainbows: another reason why I&#8217;m into brains.
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There are few things as devastatingly boring and consequently, difficult to study than histology.  After a few hundred slides, all tissues start to look the same: pink or blue.  The only time it gets exciting is when you get a slide of the spleen and you&#8217;re like, &#8220;OOH, ORANGE!&#8221;  To quote my friends, &#8220;Histology, effYOUUUUUUUU!&#8221;
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"For our last Histology class, I wanted to show you movies regarding the skin; however, it turns out that when you Google “movies” and “skin” the first 10,000 results or so aren’t related to histology."
Doctor Moore