There is no other system in the human body whose examination is as gratifying as that of the nervous system examination. A thorough examination helps us to pin point the level of lesion, combined with history it often helps to diagnose a potential cause of neurological deficit.
This guide gives a detailed discription of performing various neurological examination, normal findings and compares it with abnormal findings.
The videos presented here, gives a detail explanation how to perform a particular test. Moreover, the videos on abnormal findings give us an opportunity to see the findings on some of the cases which we hardly see as students.
Hope, this post is going to help a large number of targeted audience.
Please, make good use of this, and make worthwhile all the efforts that has gone on to publish this post.
Dr. David Rosario
Click on the link below to view various categories:
- Mental Status Examination
|Normal Mental Status Examination(Click Here) Abnormal findings on Mental Status examination(Click Here)|
- Cranial Nerves Examination
|Normal Cranial Nerve Examination(Click Here) Abnormal findings on Cranial Nerves examination(Click Here)|
- Tests For Coordination
|Normal Coordination(Click Here) Abnormal findings on Coordination(Click Here)|
Motor System Examination
|Normal Motor System Examination(Click Here) Abnormal findings on Motor System Examination(Click Here)|
- Sensory System Examination
|Normal Sensory System Examination(Click Here) Abnormal findings on Sensory System Examination(Click Here)|
- Examination Of Gait
|Normal Gait(Click Here) Abnormal Gaits(Click Here)|
We are greatful to The University Of Utah for granting the license to publish the videos on this site.
All videos used by permission of Paul D. Larsen, M.D., University of Nebraska Medical Center and Suzanne S. Stensaas, Ph.D., University of Utah School of Medicine. Additional materials for Neurologic Exam are drawn from resources provided by Alejandro Stern, Stern Foundation, Buenos Aires, Argentina; Kathleen Digre, M.D., University of Utah; and Daniel Jacobson, M.D., Marshfield Clinic, Wisconsin.