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Dysphagia Tutorial Video

Drs Ruth Willis (narrating) and Emily Bierne present this case of a gentleman presenting with dysphagia.

From  Ross Mckean 2 Years ago 0 likes 32 views 0  

Biliary Tutorial

Drs Emily Bierne (narrating) and Ruth Willis present this biliary case.

From  Ross Mckean 2 Years ago 0 likes 23 views 0  

IV fluid therapy at NHS Lothian and Fife

A video I made in FY2, regarding the new IV fluid therapy guidelines for NHS Fife and now adopted in NHS Lothian.

From  Ross Mckean 2 Years ago 0 likes 94 views 0  

The abdominal examination

This video describes the steps necessary for performing an abdominal examination. It does NOT cover the technique of things such as how to palpate the abdomen properly or assess for organomegaly;…

From  Ross Mckean 2 Years ago 0 likes 90 views 0  

What has changed in dermatology?

A look back at how we got here. I outline three changes in clinical practice, and why they happened.

From  Jonathan Rees 2 Years ago 0 likes 26 views 0  

Quiz 01: skin cancer

A short quiz on skin cancer and its mimics

From  Jonathan Rees 2 Years ago 0 likes 165 views 0  

Eczema in 5 minutes (2016 remake)

A brief introduction to eczema. A topic that confuses.

From  Jonathan Rees 2 Years ago 0 likes 122 views 0  

Acne in 5 minutes (2016 remake)

A brief introduction to acne pathogenesis

From  Jonathan Rees 2 Years ago 0 likes 113 views 0  

Antihistamines eczema: confused? (2016 new edit)

Brief explanation of title.

From  Jonathan Rees 2 Years ago 0 likes 56 views 0  

Psoriasis in five minutes

A brief introduction to psoriasis.

From  Jonathan Rees 2 Years ago 0 likes 88 views 0  

I Will Survive (the ward)

A light-hearted guide to surviving your life as a medical student on the wards. Warning - this is very cheesey - you might need your sick bowls at the ready! Original song credit - I Will Survive,…

From  Ross Mckean 3 Years ago 1 likes 261 views 0  

Why does psoriasis sometimes look white?

Psoriasis is an inflammatory disorder, with a greatly increased blood flow to plaques. So why does is sometimes look white? Is there a 'white chromophore'? Or is there another explanation?

From  Jonathan Rees 3 Years ago 0 likes 56 views 0