Pediatric NeuroLogic Examination Videos and Descriptions: A Neurodevelopmental Approach
NeuroLogic Examination for Pediatrics
Videos and Descriptions
A Neurodevelopmental Approach
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Go to Site Index by Topic Additional Resource: Lumbar Puncture Tutorial - The Procedure and CSF Analysis

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INTRODUCTION
Developmental Milestones

DEVELOPMENTAL ANATOMY
Major Events & Growth

NEWBORN
Normal Exam
Abnormal Exam

3 MONTH OLD
Normal Exam

6 MONTH OLD
Normal Exam

12 MONTH OLD
Normal Exam

18 MONTH OLD
Normal Exam

2½ YEAR OLD
Normal Exam

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ADDITIONAL RESOURCES
Go to the Adult Neurologic Exam website Adult Neurologic Exam Website
Go to the Neurlogic Cases Neurologic Cases
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:
The Procedure and CSF Analysis


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