Saturday, April 6, 2013

Neurology made ridiculously simple

28 comments:

Chivas Owle said...

Wut?

bobbie said...

But of course!!

Theresa B (of Nebulopathy) said...

Well, to be fair, I learned just as much through that video as I did in my entire first year neuroanatomy class...

Patti Cadwallader said...

oops! He forgot "supercalafragilisticexpialadocious" a very important fact indeed.

Anonymous said...

35 second intro?

Peter B said...

Sounds like he went to med school at the same fine institution as the developer of the turbo encabulator or one of its descendents.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Turboencabulator

jimbo26 said...

" Professor " Stanley Unwin . ( Google ) .

Mal said...

Suddenly everything is made clear to me.

Anonymous said...

E = 2R. Got it.

Ole Phat Stu said...

A Stanley Unwin ripoff!

Heidi said...

His last line - too funny!

Anonymous said...

wernicke's

perishedcore said...

ALERT! Turn on the closed captioning and watch Google have a meltdown! It even swears at the end!

Prof. Cleese can lecture to me anytime!

Fresh off my hook said...

Gosh, Dr. Grumpy. just think how much money you would have saved on med school if you had seen this earlier.

Anonymous said...

i remember this lecture....

Vanessa said...

Yes! Exactly like my experience in neuro class. Which is why I almost failed, even with the help of regular tutoring...

gin4407 said...

Exactly!

Whelk Lad! said...

Don't mention the medulla oblongata.

Anonymous said...

It's all Greek to me. Does sound like word salad.

Anonymous said...

Wonder how often that's what our patients feel like when we try to explain things to them.

Packer said...

Is the model a right brain or a left brain.

Ms. Donna said...

I will refer to this when my own neurologist explains things to me. He sounds exactly like this until I go home and get out the Tabers.

And MDs wonder why us mere mortals turn to Dr. Google.

flot nightengale said...

Too, too funny and too true. All I got was E=2R also.

pharmacy chick said...

of course. makes perfect sense to me!

impetua said...

I once had a dream where I rode in an elevator with Mr. Cleese in a hotel and by the end of our elevator trip, he had asked me to marry him and I had said yes.

I would still marry him, and I am a lesbian.

Curious... said...

Transcript, please.

The Bus Driver said...

monty python in action lollll


verification word glectfer haha

Anonymous said...

As a current neuroscience student, I can attest that this is exactly how I feel most days. I just nod my head and pray that Cranial Nerve X is the answer. Or "B", should we be lucky enough to have multiple choice. In fact, I'm pretty sure he does the lectures in some form of ancient Greek.

 
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