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Basal Ganglia Dissection Demonstration in Human Brain - Part 1

Dissection and demonstration of Basal Ganglia in formalinized human brain specimen; Dissection performed and commentary given by Dr Sanjoy Sanyal, Dean of Medical Sciences and Professor of Neuroscience in American International Medical University (AIMU), St. Lucia, Caribbean. It was performed in the Neuroscience Lab of Medical University of the Americas (MUA), Nevis, in June 2011 as an aid to teaching Neuroscience to Med 3 students who are preparing for USMLE Step 1. Camera credit goes to Sonja Langley (former Med 3 student at MUA) and video editing credit goes to Chris Robinson (former Med 4 student at MUA). Serial axial sections of the brain are taken with Virchow's Brain Knife to demonstrate the location, relations, appearance and structure of Basal Ganglia components, and their... Show More
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Dissection and demonstration of Basal Ganglia in formalinized human brain specimen; Dissection performed and commentary given by Dr Sanjoy Sanyal, Dean of Medical Sciences and Professor of Neuroscience in American International Medical University, St. Lucia, Caribbean. It was performed in the Neuroscience Lab of Medical University of the Americas (MUA), Nevis, in June 2011 as an aid to teaching Neuroscience to Med 3 students who are preparing for USMLE Step 1. Camera credit goes to Sonja Langley (former Med 3 student at MUA) and video editing credit goes to Chris Robinson (former Med 4 student at MUA).

It was uploaded on the secure intranet Student Share server of the medical school for students to freely download and learn from the material. It has been in use for 9 months (June 2011 till date).

 

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