Neurologic Localization and Diagnosis

Differential Diagnosis by Complaint-Based Approach

This book concise, easy-to-use guide to establishing a neurologic diagnosis. Written for a wide range of neurology and non-neurology clinicians and residents,

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Date 03/11/2022
Pages 256
Taille 22.9 x 15.2
Type Broché
ISBN 9780323812801

Description détaillée : Neurologic Localization and Diagnosis

This unique learning resource uses an algorithmic, complaint-based approach to localizing the condition, developing a list of differential diagnoses, and focusing further evaluation on establishing the diagnosis. Leading neurologists provide up-to-date, practical guidance for neurology residents, medical students, and neurologists, as well as nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and non-neurology physicians.

  • Offers a comprehensive approach to neurologic diagnosis, essentials of clinical neuroanatomy, localization by dysfunction and anatomy, and diagnosis of suspected disorders.

  • Concentrates on diagnosis by history and examination wherever possible, but also includes use of specific diagnostic tests where needed.

  • Addresses clinical evaluation for the purpose of establishing the diagnosis using the most rapid and efficient method possible.

  • An eBook version is included with purchase. The eBook allows you to access all of the text, figures and references, with the ability to search, customize your content, make notes and highlights, and have content read aloud.

Sommaire : Neurologic Localization and Diagnosis


Part 1. Approach to Neurologic Diagnosis.

Chapter 1.1. Overview of Neurologic Diagnosis

- Approaches and why we need more than one.

- Algorithmic diagnosis

- Syndromic diagnosis

- Differential diagnosis

- Role of venue in diagnostic approach

- Mistakes we make in diagnosis.

Chapter 1.2. Taking a History

- Overview and organization

- Preparing for the encounter

- Chief complaint

- History of present illness

- Past medical and surgical history

- Medication hi

- systems

- Social history

Chapter 1.3. The Neurologic ExamChapter 1.4. The Medical Exam in Neurologic Patients

Chapter 1.5. Synthesis of the Assessment and Plan

Chapter 1.6. Documenting Our Findings.

Part 2. Essentials of Clinical Neuroanatomy.

Chapter 2.1. Overview

Chapter 2.2. Cerebral Hemispheres

Chapter 2.3. Brainstem and Cerebellum

Chapter 2.4. Spinal cord

Chapter 2.5. Peripheral Nerves, Neuromuscular Junction and Muscle

Part 3. Localization by Dysfunction.

Chapter 3.1. Mental Status

Chapter 3.2. Cranial Nerve

Chapter 3.3. Motor.

Chapter 3.4. Sensory

Chapter 3.5. Coordination

Chapter 3.6. Gait

Chapter 3.7. Reflex Abnormalities

Chapter 3.8. Pain

Part 4. Localization by Anatomy.

Chapter 4.1. Cerebrum

Chapter 4.2. Cerebellum

Chapter 4.3. Brainstem and Cranial Nerves

Chapter 4.4. Spinal Cord

Chapter 4.5. Nerve Roots, Plexus, and Peripheral Nerves

Chapter 4.6. Neuromuscular Junction and Muscle

Chapter 4.7. Multi-System Disorders

Part 5. Diagnosis of Suspected Disorders.

Chapter 5.1. Disorders of Mental Status

Chapter 5.2. Speech and Language Disorders

Chapter 5.3. Stroke and other Vascular Disorders

Chapter 5.4. Seizure Disorders

Chapter 5.5. Neuromuscular Disorders

Chapter 5.6. Headache

Chapter 5.7. Movement Disorders

Chapter 5.8. Autoimmune Disorders

Chapter 5.9. Disorders of the Visual System

Chapter 5.10. Vestibular and Related Disorders

Chapter 5.11. Tumors with Neurologic Involvement

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