Neuronotes

Patricia Stewart Ph.D.
Professor Emerita
University of Toronto

These materials are made available through Creative Commons Licensing. (CC) © 2012. Users are welcome to use these resources for any educational purpose, but may not alter the programs, or use them or their components for any commercial purpose or purposes.

The Anatomia web site addresses anatomical structures that are challenging for the student because of their small size and relative inaccessibility. They were produced by students in Biomedical Communications in collaboration with faculty members...

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Stewart, P.A. and Sheppard, C. (2002) This is a five minute narrated video demonstrating the anatomical structures of the nasal cavity and its associated sinuses using 2- and 3-D animation. The description includes nerves, arteries, bones and...

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Sharpe, J. and Stewart, P.A. (2002)

Accommodation. This three-minute video with narration demonstrates the events that take place during the near triad using 3-D animation. 30 MB .mpg file will play on a variety of media players.

Patricia Stewart, Jason Sharpe, Jodie Jenkinson.

This interactive video shows movement of the eye and its attached muscles during the standard test of eye movements.

P.A. Stewart, PhD | T. Cameron, MSc BMC | R. I. Farb, MD, FRCPC

This interactive neuroanatomy atlas features a selected list of the most clinically relevant neuroanatomical structures with descriptions of their functions. The majority of...

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P.A. Stewart, L. Wilson-Pauwels, T. Cameron

This simple, web-based tutorial was designed for entry-level students. It consists of eight chapters addressing the following topics: Neuronal Anatomy, Axonal Transport, Ions and Ion Channels,...

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P.A. Stewart

Practice Practical Examination

M.J Hohol, BScPhm. MD FRCP(C), with J. Jenkinson, MSc BMC and P. Stewart, Ph.D. (2001)

This website features a complete neurological exam with the following elements: 1) cranial nerves, 2) motor exam, 3) sensory exam, 4) stance & gait...

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