Physiology Lecture Notes

My physiology exam notes were the first set of physiology exam notes here at this medical school which rose above the narrow realm of the lectures to incorporate a broader spectrum of external sources. This was not because of untalented students writing physiology exam notes before me, but merely because the monstrosity of the earlier anatomy, histology & embryology final exam prohibited such a venture.

Physiology is probably the most important subject of the second year reoccuring throughout the remainder of the studies here at this medical school, and I was very fortunate to get the time I needed to study it properly.

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First semester physiology book cover written by Brynjar Bye.

Physiology, 1st Semester
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Due to the pressure of time lingering over my head when I first started writing the first semester exam notes, the first 40 questions of the first semester exam notes became solely based on other exam notes written by talented students here at this medical school. However, as the window of opportunity opened for me I was able to extend the spectrum of external sources beyond any physiology exam notes ever written before me.


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Second semester physiology book cover.

Physiology, 2nd Semester
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Time continued to remain available for me during the second semester, and this gave me the opportunity to continue incorporating a broader spectrum of external sources throughout the entire length of the second semester exam notes. However, answers to the questions regarding human behavior were virtually absent from every single last set of exam notes written by other talented students here at this medical school and every single last physiology text book I was able to get my hands on. The thought of neither being able to acquire the desired knowledge nor sufficiently complete the second semester exam notes without going through the hustle of reading more than 400 pages spanning 3 specialized text books on human behavioral mechanisms finally made me approach Dr. Karádi in hope that he would assist me in this venture. To my astonishment he was not only willing to help me in this respect, but he also did it completely free of charge. The second semester exam notes is thus dedicated to Dr. Karádi and the kindness he exhibited by helping me put the finishing touches on this set of exam notes.


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