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Medical Students Anatomy Knowledge

Discussion in 'Teaching and Learning' started by NewsBot, May 7, 2006.

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    This is an interesting spat in Australia. First some senior medical professionals said:
    Medical students fail basic anatomy
    Full story from the Australian

    Now the medical students are upset at the claims:
    From the ABC
     
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    Dynamic Chiropractic are reporting:
    MDs, Med Students Still Deficient in Musculoskeletal Knowledge
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    Musculoskeletal Medicine: An Assessment of the Attitudes and Knowledge of Medical Students at Harvard Medical School.
    Academic Medicine. 82(5):452-457, May 2007.
    Day, Charles S; Yeh, Albert C.; Franko, Orrin; Ramirez, Miguel; Krupat, Edward:
     
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    The spine surgeons not doing too well on lower limb anatomy:

    Foot Drop Assessment of Spine Surgeons's Understanding of L5 Radiculopathy vs Peroneal Neuropathy.
    Maulucci CM, Madineni R, Ghobrial GM, Hannon M, Riew KD, Harrop JS.
    Neurosurgery. 2015 Aug;62 Suppl 1, CLINICAL NEUROSURGERY:197.
     
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