- Introduction: Protein Losing Enteropathy6:42No, The Theme’s Not Halloween1:03Neonatal Hyperbilirubinemia-Part 120:49Bounceback 1: Bloody Emesis17:01Scabies19:20Remember HM? He Doesn’t2:14Neonatal Hyperbilirubinemia - Part 212:58Life with an Autistic ChildFree Chapter28:26Child Abuse31:12Thanks, War.4:24Bounceback 2: Fever and Rash17:21The Empathy Checklist11:33The Summary9:08
Hindsight is 20/20 so OBVIOUSLY you shouldn’t remove the hippocampus and amygdala to stop epileptic seizures! Why? Because that’s where you turn short turn memories into long term memories. Of course we wouldn’t know that if someone hadn’t done that to Henry Molaison back in 1957. Here’s how a really bad brain surgery idea led to some great ideas in memory research.