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Notes on Methods of Examination and Recording
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abdominal ability abnormal action potential affected agnosia ankle aphasia apraxia ataxia athetosis atrophy attitude bladder brain cause cerebellar cerebral cerebrospinal fluid chart clinical clonus contraction convulsion cutaneous damage defect degree deviation digits discrimination disease disorder dorsiflexion electrode Electroencephalography elicited encephalography examination eyes facial finger flexed flexion gait hand head increased indicate intervals intracranial intracranial pressure irregular jerk joints lesion lower limbs lumbar puncture manometer meningitis mental status mental status examination micturition motor neurone muscle fibers muscular myoclonus neck needle nerve roots nervous Neurological normal Note nystagmus object observer occurs pain paralysis parietal lobe passive movement patient percussion pin prick plantar response position posture present pressure reaction recorded reflex relaxation resistance to passive result rhythmical rigidity sensation sense sensory loss side skin slight slow spasticity sphincter spinal fluid spine stimulus stylet subarachnoid space sudden tilt tongue touch tremor tumor twitching usually visual weakness wrist