“The only thing more satisfying than finding clues to a crime and tracking down the bad guy is listening to a patient’s symptoms and tracking down the disease causing those symptoms. Fortunately, there’s a logic to medicine, and I am going to lead you through a step-by-step approach that will allow you to practice your own diagnostic skills, so long as you don’t try to put  “M.D.” after your name.” …Sheldon Margulies, M.D.

Symptoms are what the patient complains of, and the symptoms that first bring a patient to the doctor are the “presenting symptoms.”

Diagnosing the disease causing the patient’s presenting symptoms is a two-step process. First you must identify where in the body the patient’s presenting symptoms are coming from and then the disease causing those symptoms – “where” and then, “why”.


In Fascinating Anatomy & Physiology, you will learn 14 different organ systems, defined by the anatomic structures a specialist in that organ system would diagnosis and treat.  The purpose of this course is to be a prerequisite to Fascinating Logic of Medicine.  Currently the course consists of lessons and scripts.  There are no quizzes.

You may subscribe to a full year access to each of these courses for 50% OFF by signing up and using coupon code MEDHALF77 (This coupon is valid for Fascinating Anatomy and Physiology, Fascinating Logic of Medicine, or the combined Fascinating Medicine Class). This coupon will be valid until May 10, 2017.  

Sample Anatomy Lesson 
Neurologic System

Neurologic System


Sample Logic Lesson 
Why do the Physical Exam?

Neurologic System


Fascinating Medicine Course Outlines

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Course lessons are laid out in a table format with buttons below each picture for access to the lessons, text scripts, and tests that correlate with each lesson.  Course pages look like this: