This is a phenomenal FREE resource of what those things you're prodding and poking during a neurological exam shouldn't do. Powered with example videos, it's a great resource for fully understanding abnormal findings during a neurological examination. It also has example questions.
Needless to say, if you spend time going through the entirety of its content properly, you shouldn't be too stumped in the finals.
Includes: Mental Status, Cranial Nerves, Co-ordination, Sensory, Motor and Gait
Common questions around:
Guillain-Barré- what symptoms and signs would concern you?
Myasthenia gravis- crises, ACh physiology, pyridostigmine and what it is (anticholinesterase), ice cube test, exacerbations.
Stroke vs Bell's palsy - what might distinguish the two?
Location (approximate) of lesions
Pupillary signs - horners, holmes-adie, argyll-Robertson etc
Signs in an upper motor neurone lesion/lower motor neurone lesion.
Systematic approach to examination findings:
Is That Physician Really So Cool? (inspection, tone, power, reflexes, sensation and co-ord)
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