List of practical skills in Neurology

  1. To be able to examine nervous system sensitive function:

—         pain, temperature sensation, tactile sensitivity

—         deep proprioceptive sensitivity & vibration sensation

—         stereognosis & two-dimension space feeling

  1. To be able to examine tension symptoms (Lasseg, Neri, Wasserman, Degerine).
  2. To be able to examine nervous system reflective-motor function:

—         passive & active limb movement

—         muscular tone & strength

—         superficial in-born reflexes (abdominal, feet, corneal, pharyngeal)

—         deep in-born reflexes

—         pathological reflexes (oral automatism, Babinski’s, Oppenheim, Gordon, Sheffer, Rossolimo, Zhukovsky’s, Bechterew)

  1. To be able to examine functions of balance & movement coordination
  2.  To be able to examine:

—         olfactory & visual analyzer

—         oculomotor nerve

—         taste, trigeminal & facial nerves

—         auditory & vestibular nerves, Rinne & Weber tuning tests

—         glossopharyngeal & vagus nerves

—         accessory, sublingual nerves

  1. To be able to examine speech, writing, reading, counting.
  2.  To be able to define apraxia, agnosia.
  3.  To be able to examine vegetative nervous system functioning.
  4.  To be able to define meningeal signs.
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