NeuroLogic Examination Videos and Descriptions: An Anatomical Approach
NeuroLogic Examination for Adults
Videos and Descriptions
An Anatomical Approach
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Go to Neuroanatomy Video Lab - Brain Dissections Additional Resource: Neuroanatomy Video Lab - Brain Dissections
Go to Neuroanatomy Online Tutorial - HyperBrain Additional Resource: Neuroanatomy Online Tutorial - HyperBrain
Go to Lumbar Puncture Tutorial - The Procedure and CSF Analysis Additional Resource: Lumbar Puncture Tutorial - The Procedure and CSF Analysis

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INTRODUCTION
Window to the Brain

MENTAL STATUS EXAM
Anatomy
Normal Exam
Abnormal Examples
Quiz
Media Resources

CRANIAL NERVE EXAM

Anatomy
Normal Exam
Abnormal Examples
Quiz
Media Resources

COORDINATION EXAM
Anatomy
Normal Exam
Abnormal Examples
Quiz
Media Resources

SENSORY EXAM
Anatomy
Normal Exam
Abnormal Examples
Quiz
Media Resources

MOTOR EXAM
Anatomy
Normal Exam
Abnormal Examples
Quiz
Media Resources

GAIT EXAM
Anatomy
Normal Exam
Abnormal Examples
Quiz
Media Resources


NEUROLOGIC CASES
Case History, Neurologic Exam, Findings, Localization of the Lesion(s), Identification of Damaged Structures, Case Discussion

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Go to the Pediatric Neurologic Exam website Pediatric Neurologic Exam Website
Go to the Brain Dissection Video Lab Video Lab: Brain Dissections
Go to HyperBrain Tutorial Online Tutorial: HyperBrain
Go to Lumbar Puncture Tutorial Lumbar Puncture Tutorial:
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