Anatomy For Emergency Medicine

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The AFEM podcast is a growing series of short (<10min) podcasts covering all aspects of anatomy in a clinical, EM context. 

More info can be found at emergencymedicineireland.com

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  1. Anatomy for Emergency Medicine 019: Scaphoid Fractures video
    Anatomy for Emergency Medicine 019: Scaphoid Fractures
    Quick and simple, likely not anything too new.
  2. Anatomy for Emergency Medicine 023: Shoulder Dislocations video
    Anatomy for Emergency Medicine 023: Shoulder Dislocations
    This is a fun one. We all love a good dislocation.
  3. Anatomy for Emergency Medicine 022: Shoulder - AC and SC Joints video
    Anatomy for Emergency Medicine 022: Shoulder - AC and SC Joints
    Continuing our (seemingly never ending) journey through the shoulder and beyond the plain film.Cheers as always to radiopaedia.org for the cited images.
  4. Anatomy for Emergency Medicine 021: shoulder - subacromial space and labrum video
    Anatomy for Emergency Medicine 021: shoulder - subacromial space and labrum
    yet more on the shoulder and the impingement syndrome.Enjoy. Or not…
  5. Anatomy for Emergency Medicine 014: Cavernous sinus video
    Anatomy for Emergency Medicine 014: Cavernous sinus
    Still in the skull but this time looking at the cavernous sinus.The case report in the videoRemember to hit the HD button on the top right of the video to make it play even prettier.And you can...
  6. Anatomy for Emergency Medicine 008: Cerebral Venous Sinuses video
    Anatomy for Emergency Medicine 008: Cerebral Venous Sinuses
    Here’s 2 recent papers discussing it. Let me know if you of a better article or resource:1. Benabu Y, Mark L, Daniel S, Glikstein R. Cerebral venous thrombosis presenting with subarachnoid...
  7. Anatomy for Emergency Medicine 018: Scapholunate injuries video
    Anatomy for Emergency Medicine 018: Scapholunate injuries
    More detail on the wrist and in particular the Terry Thomas sign and carpal instability. As always there’s much more going on in the x-ray than just the bones.Please check out radiopaedia.org.And...
    Created on 03/02/2013 by Andy Neill
  8. Anatomy for Emergency Medicine 017: Colles Fractures video
    Anatomy for Emergency Medicine 017: Colles Fractures
    All you ever wanted to know about the anatomy of Colles fractures. Well maybe not everything. http://emergencymedicineireland.com/2012/05/anatomy-for-emergency-medicine-17-colles-fractures/
  9. Anatomy for Emergency Medicine 001: Cervical Spine video
    Anatomy for Emergency Medicine 001: Cervical Spine
    A review of the bony anatomy and ligaments that keep your head from falling off. See the http://emergencymedicineireland.com/ site for some more links C-spine anatomy
  10. Anatomy for Emergency Medicine 006.1: Spinal Cord Injury video
    Anatomy for Emergency Medicine 006.1: Spinal Cord Injury
    There was just too much good stuff for one spinal cord vid so I did three. Here’s the link to Oli Flower’s ICU podcast on spinal cord injury.And the ASIA sheet.If you have know of any other good...
  11. Anatomy for Emergency Medicine 013: Post Communicating Artery video
    Anatomy for Emergency Medicine 013: Post Communicating Artery
    Yes I know it’s more circle of willis stuff but we’re getting there I promise you.Links to RootAtlas.comMore info on Emergency Medicine Ireland
  12. Anatomy for Emergency Medicine 024: Shoulder - Nerve Compressions video
    Anatomy for Emergency Medicine 024: Shoulder - Nerve Compressions
    The last one – wa hey!There are a few zebras in here but worth putting in your differential.
  13. Anatomy for Emergency Medicine 006.3: Spinal Cord Injury video
    Anatomy for Emergency Medicine 006.3: Spinal Cord Injury
    And the final spinal cord video, if you have the er… spine… for it…Here’s the link to the case report in the videoBhatia R, Morley H, Singh J, Offiah C, Yeh J. Craniocervical stab injury: the...
  14. Anatomy for Emergency Medicine 016: The LMA as a murder weapon video
    Anatomy for Emergency Medicine 016: The LMA as a murder weapon
    An anatomic review of the now much discussed Segal paper and why maybe the LMA is not likely to pinch off the carotids. Rest of the info found on Emergency Medicine Ireland
    Created on 11/01/2013 by Andy Neill
  15. Anatomy for Emergency Medicine 015: SMA Syndrome video
    Anatomy for Emergency Medicine 015: SMA Syndrome
    Nothing to do with milk formula.This is yet another Zebra diagnosis but it’s a great one for illustrating some of the relevant anatomy. Let me know what you think.Here’s the link to the article...
    Created on 09/01/2013 by Andy Neill
  16. Anatomy for Emergency Medicine 020: shoulder - the rotator cuff video
    Anatomy for Emergency Medicine 020: shoulder - the rotator cuff
    OK we’re back with another podcast. Sorry it’s been so long.We’ll be on the shoulder for the next 3 or 4 videos so hope you enjoy it. Here’s the rotator cuff.FOAMed...
    Created on 03/02/2013 by Andy Neill
  17. Anatomy for Emergency Medicine 010: The Internal Capsule video
    Anatomy for Emergency Medicine 010: The Internal Capsule
    More info on Emergency Medicine IrelandThis is key knowledge I think – if you want to understand the stroke syndromes and the different presentations then you need to understand the internal...
    Created on 02/01/2013 by Andy Neill
  18. Anatomy for Emergency Medicine 009: Brain Herniation video
    Anatomy for Emergency Medicine 009: Brain Herniation
    More info on Emergency Medicine IrelandThis is a quick run through of the 3 main brain herniation syndromes. EnjoyHere’s a lovely case from radiopaedia.org, of SDH with subfalcine and uncal...
  19. Anatomy for Emergency Medicine 002: Vertebral Artery video
    Anatomy for Emergency Medicine 002: Vertebral Artery
    Origins, course and things that go wrong with the vertebral artery. More info on Emergency Medicine Ireland
  20. Anatomy for Emergency Medicine: 003 The Ankle video
    Anatomy for Emergency Medicine: 003 The Ankle
    In 10 minutes this is only a very brief look at the ankle, so there may have to be a part 2 to this.More info on Emergency Medicine Ireland
    Created on 28/12/2012 by Andy Neill
  21. Anatomy for Emergency Medicine: 004 video
    Anatomy for Emergency Medicine: 004
    Here’s the next (not so) exciting installment. Thanks for the emails and encouragement. Some neuro stuff is in progress!And if you have a slightly more accurate account of where the LisFranc story...
    Created on 28/12/2012 by Andy Neill
  22. Anatomy for Emergency Medicine: 005 video
    Anatomy for Emergency Medicine: 005
    Trust me CSF circulation is more relevant than you think.More info on Emergency Medicine Ireland
  23. Anatomy for Emergency Medicine 012: Posterior Cerebral Artery video
    Anatomy for Emergency Medicine 012: Posterior Cerebral Artery
    Just a quickie to try and get this damned circle of willis done…More info on Emergency Medicine Ireland
  24. Anatomy for Emergency Medicine 011: Anterior and Middle Cerebral Arteries video
    Anatomy for Emergency Medicine 011: Anterior and Middle Cerebral Arteries
    More info on Emergency Medicine IrelandA run through the main intracerebral arteries related to stroke.
    Created on 02/01/2013 by Andy Neill
  25. Anatomy for Emergency Medicine: 006.2: Spinal Cord Injury video
    Anatomy for Emergency Medicine: 006.2: Spinal Cord Injury
    The very smart and astute Chris Nickson points out that central cord syndrome normally presents with motor weakness in the distally (in the hands) rather than proximally in the case in the video.My...
    Created on 03/02/2013 by Andy Neill
  26. Anatomy for Emergency Medicine 007: Cricothyroidotomy video
    Anatomy for Emergency Medicine 007: Cricothyroidotomy
    As mentioned in the video here are some of the cric resources out there on the interwebMinh Le Cong on EMCrit and twitterNeedle v Knife on EMCritVideo of cric by Scott on vimeo, and anotherThe...