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In our second Neuroscience Rounds episode, Kristy Snyder Colling, Ph.D., discusses the somatosensory system and the classic question.... If a tree falls in the forest and there is no one around to hear it, does it make a sound? Additional notes on this podcast can be accessed on our website https://www.integratebrainhealth.com/presentations.…
 
An overview of basic spinal cord anatomy and function, and a brief review of an approach to spinal cord disorders, including spinal cord infections. With Drs. Safa Abdelhakim and Jeremy Moeller. Note: This podcast is intended solely as an educational tool for learners, especially neurology residents. The contents should not be interpreted as medica…
 
Dr. Safa Abdelhakim and Dr. Jeff Dewey help you make sense of the anatomy of the cervical nerve roots, brachial plexus and peripheral nerves in the arm and hand. Note: This podcast is intended solely as an educational tool for learners, especially neurology residents. The contents should not be interpreted as medical advice.…
 
A simplified overview of common neurocutaneous syndromes, including one way to classify and remember these disorders. Focus on genetics, skin findings and common neurological and systemic manifestations. With Drs. Safa Abdelhakim and Jeremy Moeller. Note: This podcast is intended solely as an educational tool for learners, especially neurology resi…
 
A discussion of definitions of epilepsy, seizure classification, and diagnostic approaches to seizures and common seizure mimics, with Drs. Safa Abdelhakim and Jeremy Moeller. Note: This podcast is intended solely as an educational tool for learners, especially neurology residents. The contents should not be interpreted as medical advice.…
 
A discussion of a general approach to antiseizure drug choices, using a case-based approach. With Drs. Kevin Wilson and Jeremy Moeller. Note: This podcast is intended solely as an educational tool for learners, especially neurology residents. The contents should not be interpreted as medical advice.By Jeremy Moeller
 
A conversation with Dr. Jennifer Kim, neuro-intensive care specialist, focusing on neurological trauma and the acute medical management of patients with traumatic brain injury. Hosted by Dr. Safa Abdelhakim. Note: This podcast is intended solely as an educational tool for learners, especially neurology residents. The contents should not be interpre…
 
DISCLAIMER: This podcast is intended as an educational tool only, and is not intended as a replacement for expert medical advice. A conversation with Dr. Safa Abdelhakim and Dr. Jeremy Moeller on the first steps in treatment of acute ischemic stroke and status epilepticus, for neurology residents beginning everywhere!…
 
NOTE: This is meant as a review and educational tool for neurology trainees only, and should not be considered to replace the advice of medical experts. A continuation of the series on muscle diseases, with Drs. Jeff Dewey and Safa Abdelhakim. The focus is on congenital myopathies and muscular dystrophies, and mitochondrial myopathies.…
 
NOTE: This is meant as a review and educational tool for neurology trainees only, and should not be considered to replace the advice of medical experts. In this episode, we review common features of the 4 primary dementia syndromes, focusing on clinical features, diagnostic tests, and a brief overview of treatments. With Dr. Darren Volpe, MD.…
 
NOTE: This is meant as a review and educational tool for neurology trainees only, and should not be considered to replace the advice of medical experts. In this episode, we review common features of electroclinical syndromes, focusing on the types of syndromes that occur most commonly in clinical practice, and those that are commonly considered on …
 
Early in this century, neuroanatomists and neurophysiologists began to look for places and functions in the brain that were different in transgender people from non-transgender people. The results of their efforts indicate that there are several structures and mechanisms that are different, some of which can be interpreted. Finding such differences…
 
Transgender Transition: Breast Enhancement Surgery. This episode explains why transitioning transwomen go on hormone therapy and why breast enhancement surgery is often needed. Transwomen want to look like other women and wear feminine clothing but this requires hormone therapy to reshape the body and, in particular the breasts. When hormone therap…
 
This episode provides a critical review of the recent by Lisa Littman of Brown University which claims that gender dysphoria originates in childhood trauma and can be triggered by information "contagion" from peers and the Internet in adolescence. The episode also provides the historical and scientific on background on this claim which indicates th…
 
Transgender history to the 1980s. This episode traces development of and advocacy for transgender demographic groups from the turn of the 20th Century to the 1980s. Advocacy organizations were built for three demographic groups of transgender people (1) those who wanted to change their bodies, previously called transsexuals who were championed by t…
 
This episode tells you what you need to know to have effective and productive conversations with transgender people. As in conversations with other types of people, the intent is not to offend. But transgender people are different; so you need to know the difference. There are words and terms that hurt transgender people as well as using the wrong …
 
It is revealed that the idelogy of Ryan Anderson and Paul McHugh is heterogenderism. Real science regarding some of the topics of Anderson's book When Harry Became Sally are presented. Heterogenderism seeks to debase transgender people by saying that they are abnormal or mentally ill. Anderson and McHugh seek to equate sex and gender which denies t…
 
How many transgender people are there? Until the year 2000 we only had estimates from medical clinics which grossly understated the population frequencies of being transgender, being transsexual and transgender genital plastic surgery. In 2000, the first mathematical estimation models were constructed using data and the results were surprising. Sin…
 
Previous podcasts provided information on the factors involved transgender causation. Transgwender emergence usually occurs in childhood. This podcast continues from childhood transgender emergence. What happens to these kids? One of the new opportunities for transkids is affirmative therapy including the Netherlands protocol that allows them to de…
 
This episode provides information on the fourth factor in transgender causation--that o early childhood learning and transgender recognition. Most all children know the basics of the Western gender system including the two gender behavior categories by age 2-3. They come to recognize which one fits with their genetic gender predisposition. In the c…
 
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