physiology practical exam

Dec 30, 2010

Salam.

Regarding our practical exam for physiology, it will be conducted just like the last semester.

They will use the powerpoint slide show and we will answer the questions in it.
there will be pictures of tests for cranial nerve examinations like the knee jerk test, romberg's test and so on.

All we need to do is to identify what is the name for the test shown, and answer the questions like: the test is use for what, the positive/negative results signify what~ etc~

and the 2nd part of the exam is, we might be asked to conduct one of the cranial examination test.

lastly, Dr. Amal told us to focus more on the functions and lesions for each cranial nerve.

That's all regarding the practical exam for physiology.

I apologize for posting this information late. =(

All the best for everyone.
Bittaufiq wan najah.
Good Luck!

wasalam


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Ataxic Gait Demonstration

Dec 17, 2010



Ataxic Gait Demonstration
The patient's gait is wide-based with truncal instability and irregular lurching steps which results in lateral veering and if severe, falling. This type of gait is seen in midline cerebellar disease. It can also be seen with severe lose of proprioception (sensory ataxia)


salam, dari practical class physiology baru-baru ni, Dr Abeer cakap, dalam exam praktikal nnt kite maybe akan disuruh untuk indentify "which type of gait" and then kene describe how the gait looks like. eg in ataxic gait, wide base, cannot walk on straight line, tendency to fall n etc..

and then, maybe diorg boleh tanye, "this gait happens ini Parkinson or Cerebellar disease?" n so on..

jadi, anda semua amat-amat digalakkan supaya tengok video-video di sini banyak kali supaya dapat bezakan ataxic gait dengan gait-gait yang lain.

Physiology Note

Dec 5, 2010

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credit to Ilya Sofia.

struggle till the last breath!

Warkah Timbalan

Dec 4, 2010

Bismillahirrahmanirrahim & Assalamualaikum wrbth

Peperiksaan midterm integrated sudah kian hampir, lebih kurang 8 hari dari sekarang. Kali ini, kita akan menghadapi problem based questions merangkumi 4 subjek iaitu Anatomy, physiology, pathology, dan histology. Kali ini, agak berat bagi kita utk mengulangkaji kerana lebih masa diperlukan utk memahami subjek2 ini sblm boleh bagi kita utk menghafalnya.

Saya tidak berharap utk menaip panjang2. Sekadar ingin mengajak sahabat2 supaya giat mengulangkaji utk exam kali ni. Sepatutnya sudah masuk gear 3. Utamakanlah yg lebih penting, dan skrg ini yg lebih penting adalah utk skor dlm exam midterm integrated kali ini.

Saya sangat2 menyarankan sahabat2 supaya:

1. Listkan topik2 yg sudah kita belajar utk keempat2 subjek ini.

2. Merangka & menyusun jadual belajar utk keempat-empat subjek utk ruang waktu 8 hari ini.

sebab

"If you fail to plan, you plan to fail."

Bagi yg sudah pun bermula, tahniah dan teruskan usaha dgn gigih. Utk skor, perlukan usaha yg banyak, pengorbanan yg banyak, supaya markah pun kita dapat banyak ;p. Timbal balik la kan...~

Sebagai muslim pula, marilah kita sama2 tidak lupa utk menjaga hubungan dgn Allah.

Usahalah utk solat di awal waktu dan berjemaah.

Hubungan dgn mak ayah pun kena jaga,
minta mereka doakan kita fokus utk belajar
dan boleh menjawab exam dgn baik.

Begitu juga bersama rakan dan lawan(dgn org2 yg kita kurang senang),

kerana seorg muslim yg berakhlak dgn akhlak islamiyah sentiasa disenangi orang.

Akhir sekali, rasanya mungkin ramai juga yg akan mengorbankan masa tidur bagi memberi lebih masa utk studi, jadi,

JAGALAH KESIHATAN & MAKANLAH DGN SEIMBANG.

Kita kena sihat, baru boleh belajar dgn tenang dan fokus.

Sekian sahaja pesanan daripada saya.

Bit taufiQ wan Najah~!

Wassalam.

Husnun Nisak binti Hamdan
Timbalan Ketua Seksyen 1 sesi 2010/2011

Parkinsonian Gait Demonstration

Dec 2, 2010




Parkinsonian Gait Demonstration

This type of gait is seen with rigidity and hypokinesia from basal ganglia disease. The patient's posture is stooped forward. Gait initiation is slow and steps are small and shuffling; turning is en bloc like a statue.

Physiology Learning Objective

Dec 1, 2010