To answer my previous question, I did find one resource from the evidence link to the right – Physiospot’s CardioRespiratory. Also, I’ve encountered several conditions I haven’t heard of before in the last week. One of them is superior semicircular canal dehiscence syndrome, where basically instead of two membranes in the inner ear there is a 3rd one (so any movement in the fluid makes them dizzy). This would have made an interesting case study, but we had to choose last quarter (not that mine isn’t interesting, but from a different direction). You can read more about SSCDS here.
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