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Approaching a Neurological Problem
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abnormal absent affected agnosia appears apraxia artery Ask the patient ataxia atrophy bilateral biopsy blood brain stem carotid cause cerebellar cerebral cervical clinical coma common compression cranial nerve defect deviation diagnosis Difficulties and Fallacies disc displacement dysphasia dystrophia myotonica encephalitis epilepsy examination extensor eyes facial fibres fingers flexed flexion fluid foramen magnum haemorrhage hand head hemiplegia increased indicates infection intracranial pressure investigation jerk legs lesions limb lobe localising lower motor neurone lumbar puncture Main Segmental Supply meningitis midline motor neurone disease motor neurone lesion move muscles muscular myasthenia gravis neck nervous system neurological normal nystagmus occur ocular optic pain palsy papilledema paralysis Peripheral Nerve position posterior produce Psychiat pupil reflex response seen sensation sensory loss side signs skull stimulation syndrome syringomyelia Test The patient tongue tremor tumours unilateral upper motor neurone usually vascular accidents ventricles vessels visual voluntary movement weakness