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FOM I Week 7 (Texas A&M)

Von Geoffrey Meyer, PhD, James Pickering, PhD, Thad Wilson, PhD

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Endocrine Pancreas (Texas A&M FOM I Week 7)

lecture locked Glucagon Basics and Regulation of Glucagon Secretion
02:29
lecture locked Glucagon: Functions
03:37
lecture locked Insulin Basics
02:22
lecture locked Insulin Secretion and Regulation
06:32
lecture locked Insulin: Functions
03:00
Quiz zum Kurs „Endocrine Pancreas (Texas A&M FOM I Week 7)“

Immune System I: Concept of Cells (Texas A&M FOM I Week 7)

play symbol Lymphoid Organs: Overview
02:10
lecture locked Cells of the Lymphatic System
05:25
Quiz zum Kurs „Immune System I: Concept of Cells (Texas A&M FOM I Week 7)“

Immune System II: Lymphoid Tissue (Texas A&M FOM I Week 7)

lecture locked Lymphatic Tissues and Organs
07:34
lecture locked Lymph Nodes: Structure (Part 1)
06:18
lecture locked Lymph Nodes: Structure (Part 2)
07:59
lecture locked Thymus
05:56
lecture locked Spleen
08:07
lecture locked Lymphoid Organs: Summary
01:03
Quiz zum Kurs „Immune System II: Lymphoid Tissue (Texas A&M FOM I Week 7)“

Stomach: Basic Functions & Control (Texas A&M FOM I Week 7)

lecture locked Salivary Glands: Control and Regulation – Upper Gastrointestinal Secretion
07:23
lecture locked Gastric Oxyntic Gland: Structure and Functions – Upper Gastrointestinal Secretion
02:11
lecture locked Gastric Oxyntic Gland: Control and Regulation – Upper Gastrointestinal Secretion
07:56
play symbol Phases of Digestion – Gastrointestinal System
03:32
lecture locked Gastric Motility – Gastrointestinal Motility
04:10
Quiz zum Kurs „Stomach: Basic Functions & Control (Texas A&M FOM I Week 7)“

Digestive System I: Oral Cavity & Salivary Glands (Texas A&M FOM I Week 7)

play symbol Oral Cavity: Introduction
03:39
lecture locked Salivary Glands
07:58
lecture locked Tongue
06:18
lecture locked Tooth
03:17
lecture locked Enamel, Dentin and Cementum
05:59
lecture locked Supporting Structures of the Tooth
03:44
Quiz zum Kurs „Digestive System I: Oral Cavity & Salivary Glands (Texas A&M FOM I Week 7)“

Digestive System II: Tubular Structures (Texas A&M FOM I Week 7)

lecture locked Anatomy of Esophagus and Stomach: Introduction
03:53
lecture locked General Organisation of the Gut Wall
07:22
lecture locked Esophagus
07:52
lecture locked Stomach
05:11
lecture locked Gastric Mucosa and Cardiac Glands
02:44
lecture locked Mucous Surface and Neck Cells
09:31
lecture locked Parietal Cells
06:58
lecture locked Submucosa and Muscularis ExteRNA
04:17
lecture locked Small and Large Intestine: Introduction
02:19
lecture locked Small Intestine: Histology
05:58
lecture locked Small Intestine: Mucosal Cells
07:07
lecture locked Small Intestine: Duodenum
02:10
lecture locked Small Intestine: Peyer's Patch
04:27
lecture locked Small Intestine: Digestion and Absorption Processes
07:09
lecture locked Large Intestine: Histology
02:43
lecture locked Rectum and Anal Canal
04:50
lecture locked Wall Structure – Small Intestine
03:09
lecture locked Wall Structure – Large Intestine
03:43
lecture locked Enteric Ganglion
02:27
Quiz zum Kurs „Digestive System II: Tubular Structures (Texas A&M FOM I Week 7)“

Salivary & Esophagus (Texas A&M FOM I Week 7)

play symbol Fundamental Gi Functions – Gastrointestinal System
02:14
play symbol Overview – Gastrointestinal System
03:54
play symbol Parasympathetic Nervous System – Gastrointestinal System
01:19
play symbol Sympathetic Nervous System – Gastrointestinal System
03:11
play symbol Neural Signaling Molecules – Gastrointestinal System
02:31
play symbol Gi Hormones – Gastrointestinal System
03:34
lecture locked Introduction – Gastrointestinal Motility
04:02
lecture locked Swallowing – Gastrointestinal Motility
05:25
lecture locked Introduction – Upper Gastrointestinal Secretion
05:55
lecture locked Salivary Glands: Structure and Functions – Upper Gastrointestinal Secretion
02:54
lecture locked Salivary Glands: Control and Regulation – Upper Gastrointestinal Secretion
07:23
Quiz zum Kurs „Salivary & Esophagus (Texas A&M FOM I Week 7)“

Small Intestines & Colon Functions (Texas A&M FOM I Week 7)

lecture locked Introduction – Digestion and Absorption
03:13
lecture locked Digestion – Digestion and Absorption
07:09
lecture locked Absorption – Digestion and Absorption
13:50
lecture locked Intestinal Motility – Gastrointestinal Motility
01:37
lecture locked Splanchnic Circulation – Digestion and Absorption
02:41
Quiz zum Kurs „Small Intestines & Colon Functions (Texas A&M FOM I Week 7)“

Digestive System III: Associated Glands (Texas A&M FOM I Week 7)

lecture locked Liver, Gallbladder and Pancreas: Introduction
01:22
lecture locked Liver
03:12
lecture locked Hepatic Lobule
09:20
lecture locked Hepatocytes
06:06
lecture locked Liver: Summary
03:52
lecture locked Gallbladder
03:49
lecture locked Compound Glands
03:55
lecture locked Pancreas
03:25
Quiz zum Kurs „Digestive System III: Associated Glands (Texas A&M FOM I Week 7)“
Quiz zum Kurs „FOM I Week 7 (Texas A&M)“

Details

  • Enthaltene Vorträge: 66
  • Laufzeit: 5:10 h
  • Enthaltene Quizfragen: 195
  • Enthaltene Lernmaterialien: 14

Dozenten des Kurses FOM I Week 7 (Texas A&M)

 Geoffrey Meyer, PhD

Geoffrey Meyer, PhD

Prof. Geoffrey Meyer works at the School of Anatomy, Physiology and Human Biology at the University of Western Australia.
He is the Coordinator for Histology on the Federative International Program for Anatomical Terminologies (FIPAT) of the International Federation of Associations of Anatomists (IFAA).
Professor Meyer is also the creator of “Meyer’s Histology” (http://histology-online.com) and, in collaboration with Professor John Campbell and Michael Hall, has provided an extensive collection of learning and teaching resources to deliver a histology course completely available online. Geoffrey Meyer’s research activities focus on developing innovative, computer-aided learning and teaching tools.

He has received a number of awards for his work, including the Australian University Teaching Award.
In 2006, and again in 2014, he received UWA Teaching Fellowships. Professor Meyer was also awarded a prestigious ALTC (Australian Learning and Teaching Council) Fellowship in 2009 and is currently the Project Leader on ALTC Project Grants.

 James Pickering, PhD

James Pickering, PhD

Dr. James Pickering did his Ph.D. at the University of Leeds where he currently works as Associate Professor in Anatomy. He has made various publications on the human anatomy, such as "Access Anatomy: Abdomen", and is heavily involved in the delivery of anatomy teaching to medical, dental and intercalating students.

He regularly uses various modern learning tools to a great extent and was therefore rewarded as "The Most Innovative Teacher of the Year 2014" and "Learning Technologist of the Year 2014" by the Association of Learning Technologists. Additionally, he also received the "University of Leeds Teaching Award".

Amongst others, he currently researches contemporary methods of learning, e. g. the use of blended learning resources on student engagement and assessment, or the screencast as a method of consolidation as well as revision.

 Thad Wilson, PhD

Thad Wilson, PhD

Thad E. Wilson is a Professor and Director of Education in the Department of Physiology at the University of Kentucky College of Medicine. He has been teaching medical students for more than 15 years at Colleges of Medicine in the USA: Philadelphia, PA (Drexel University); Athens, OH (Ohio University), Indianapolis, IN (Marian University), and now Lexington, KY (University of Kentucky). He has worked extensively developing and improving medical curriculums, as well as serving in leadership roles directing Medical Physiology and various organ system courses. Professor Thad Wilson has been awarded multiple institutional and national medical school teaching awards and previously was involved in both question writing and question reviewing for national board exams in the health sciences. Professor Thad Wilson has coauthored >85 peer-reviewed scientific and educational articles as well as a physiology textbook, Lippincott’s Illustrated Reviews: Physiology, which has been translated into seven languages, is in several electronic formats, and is currently in the 2nd edition.

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Awesome Lecture It Was
von ????? Т. am 03. Januar 2021 für Enteric Ganglion

It's An Good Overview And Histological Studies Of Ganglion.,But There is Need to Tell Stains Name

 
No didactic nature to this presentation.
von Samantha H. am 03. Dezember 2020 für Introduction – Gastrointestinal Motility

In general, I find the lectures provided in Lecture to be of exceptional quality. This one is not only below that standard, but, for me, it fails entirely as an instructive tool especially in regard to the discussion around the first figure. Basic principles to convey information are missing, and when combined together make for a frustrating experience where little to no information is really conveyed. 1. The labels are indicated only as the lecturer speaks. The slide never shows the labels at one time only. (I understand the lecturer wishes to flag the information he is talking about. This could just as easily been done with a figure that shows all of the labels but uses color or boldness to draw our attention to the item under discussion. Better yet, in lieu of highlighting the label, highlighting the actual anatomical item is even more effective). 2. The labels are not adjacent to each other so that the reader looses a visual relation. This is a circular structure with consistent layering, yet the labels jump from side to side for no reason. This is not only distracting but prevents us viewers from easily following the structure along with the discussion. 3. There is no rhyme or reason to the coloring. Connective tissue and muscle are both pink and yellow. This makes it impossible for the viewer to quickly appreciate the structures. Frankly, from this lecture, I have no clue what is where in terms of the layer of the esophagus and the location of each plexus. I ask each of you at Lecturio who are reading this review to see if you are able to grasp this information after reviewing this lecture. In addition to fixing this lecture, it is my hope to hear from Lecturio as to whether the company has in place an editorial team to ensure that basic principals to successfully convey information, as has been done in this lecture, are never missed. After all, we students are paying for a professional service to help educate us, not waste our time. Thank you for your consideration.

 
Good Overview
von Jacob D. am 15. August 2020 für Lymphatic Tissues and Organs

This was a good general overview of the Lymphatic Tissue. Along with my textbook, this lecture was exactly what I needed.

 
Fascinating!
von Gastón C. am 01. Juli 2020 für Insulin Secretion and Regulation

When I attended this class at my university it was a real headache. Thanks to this lecture I was able to clearly understand these concepts about insulin.