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Use the Primary Anatomy Atlas to Prep for the GSSE

The Circle of Willis

What an incredible piece of anatomy and beautiful piece of art!

Our medical illustrator has been working tirelessly to produce original illustrations that reference Rohens Atlas but decontextualize and simplify the images, helping develop your visual memory and allowing you to focus on the landmarks and relations between anatomical structures – essential for your GSSE prep!

Quick Quiz:

1. Which cerebral artery is generally not considered part of the circle of Willis?

2. Name the most common location for cerebral aneurysms to occur?

3. What genetic condition is associated with an increased risk of cerebral aneurysms?

4. For patients with the above condition, is there a screening protocol?

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06/08/2020

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