Dr Matt & Dr Mike's Medical YouTube
Summary: Dr. Mike Todorovic & Dr. Matt Barton are Medical Educators from Australia that love teaching about the Human Body. We also have a podcast!! Dr. Matt & Dr. Mike's Medical Podcast Facebook: Dr Matt & Dr Mike's Medical Podcast Twitter: @drbartox @mickeytod @gubiosciences These brief concept captures are designed to supplement student learning for the following subjects: - Anatomy - Physiology - Pathophysiology - Pharmacology
Dr. Mike explains what neurons and glia do within the Nervous System. He highlights the basic structure of a neuron and classifies glia according to their location within either the CNS or PNS. e.g. oligodendricytes, ependymal cells, astrocytes, microglia, schwann cells, and satellite cells.
Dr. Mike outlines the historical basis and anatomical basis of studying the brain as a speech language pathologist (SLP).
Dr. Mike's briefly explains the layers of the eyeball: Outer: Sclera and cornea Middle: Choroid, ciliary body, iris Inner: Retina And also discusses the lens and humors (vitreous and aqueous).
Gentamicin: Mechanism of Action (2018-04-06T00:46:30.000Z)
Vancomycin: Mechanism of Action (2018-04-06T00:25:11.000Z)
Erythromycin: Mechanism of Action (2018-04-06T00:14:36.000Z)
Cephalosporin: Mechanism of Action (2018-04-05T23:50:48.000Z)
Ventolin B2 agonist Salbutamol - Mechanism of Action
Genetic inheritance of disease (2018-03-29T02:28:25.000Z)
Dr. Mike outlines the anatomy of the diencephalon, highlighting the location and function of the thalamus, epithalamus, and hypothalamus.
Dr. Mike outlines the importance of the temporal lobe in hearing (auditory) sound and speech and comprehension of sound and speech. This includes Wernickes area and Heschls gyrus.
Dr Mike explains the role of the parietal lobe in somatosensation (touch, pain, temperature) and the important roles of the parietal lobe in language and speech (supramarginal gyrus and angular gyrus).
An introduction to the cerebral cortex and discussion about the anatomy and function of the frontal lobe: Broca's area (aphasia), frontal eye movement, primary motor cortex, pre-motor cortex, pre-frontal cortex, executive function and behaviour.
Dr. Mike reviews the divisions of the CNS: Forebrain (Prosencephalon), Telencephalon (cortex, white matter, basal ganglia), Diencephalon (Thalamus, subthalamus, hypothalamus), Midbrain (Mesencephalon), Hindbrain (Rhombencephalon) Pons, Medulla, Cerebellum, Spinal cord.