A question bank by Neurologists for Neurologists!
The Best Interactive, Customizable Neurology Question Bank at the Most Affordable Price.
Includes High-yield image-based questions.
Neurocram is the only question bank in the industry to offer an array of image-based questions covering high-yield neuroimaging, histopathology, and gross pathology.
Know the fundamentals and stay up-to-date.
Get a handle on all of the age-old concepts we know the powers-that-be love to test. Stay up-to-date on newly established guidelines they expect you to know.
A comprehensive review.
Our 800-question database has been 4 years in the making and still growing!.
Useful for residents at ALL levels of training
This is not just another board review doubling as a learning resource for the resident still-in-training. Neurocram is ideal for ALL levels of training. The curriculum covers everything from the basic neurophysiology to neurocritical care. Review by subject as you go through your core rotations.
Explanations are written with "value-added" in mind.
In an attempt to be thorough and consistent, many question banks end up crowding explanations with low-yield material. Neurocram aims for efficiency and tailors the explanation format to the individual question. This means limiting text when possible and expounding only when it facilitates understanding, increasing the likelihood that you will actually retain the material.
800 Written and Imaging Questions at Your Fingertips
Q: A 32 year-old woman presents with progressive weakness and a reddish purple rash over the eyelids and the backs of her hands. Her muscle biopsy demonstrates:
A: Perivascular inflammation and perifascicular fiber atrophy in dermatomyositis.
6 year-old boy with dysmorphic facies and developmental delay is referred to your clinic. His mother tells you that as an infant he had severe apnic spells of uncertain cause. On exam he has a wide-based gait and primary position nystagmus. His MRI is shown here. What other findings might be present in this patient?
A: Oculomotor apraxia, polydactyly, and unintelligible speech
An 11 year-old male with a history of epilepsy refractory to multiple medications and developmental delay is admitted to the hospital after several seizures. EEG shows slow spike and wave. Left deltoid biopsy is shown here:
A: Myoclonic epilepsy with ragged red fibers.
A 33 year-old female develops sudden onset of headache on post-partum day 2. Epidural block was performed prior to delivery. Her MRI/MRV is shown here. What is the most likely diagnosis?
A: Cerebral venous thrombosis