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A First Class Emergency: Headache in Flight

A First Class Emergency: Headache in Flight

A First Class Emergency: Headache in Flight. David Bordo, MD Department of Emergency Medicine Resurrection Medical Center Chicago, Illinois. Objectives. Previous cases demonstrated importance of LP This case discusses a complication of LP 1. Who is at risk for complications?

By yule
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PAPILLOEDEMA

PAPILLOEDEMA

PAPILLOEDEMA. 1. Introduction. Circulation of cerebrospinal fluid Causes of raised intracranial pressure Hydrocephalus. 2. Classification of papilloedema. Early Established (acute) Longstanding (chronic) Atrophic (secondary optic atrophy).

By ganya
(436 views)

VOMITING

VOMITING

VOMITING. GENERAL APPROACH By: Dr. Doaa Al-Masri. Definition. It is generally unpleasant activity that results in the expulsion of stomach contents through the mouth. Nausea is an uncomfortable feeling known to be relieved by vomiting . Physiology.

By harry
(387 views)

Nervous System 4 1) HIV and the nervous system 2) Tumours of the nervous system

Nervous System 4 1) HIV and the nervous system 2) Tumours of the nervous system

Nervous System 4 1) HIV and the nervous system 2) Tumours of the nervous system. Prof John Simpson. NS infection in immunosuppressed. infections common and often fatal in immunosuppressed, esp. atypical mycobacteria CMV papovaviruses Candida albicans Aspergillus fumigatus

By ouida
(199 views)

Central Nervous System

Central Nervous System

Central Nervous System . The nervous system has three specific functions : 1. Sensory input . Sensory receptors present in skin and organs respond to external and internal stimuli by generating nerve impulses that travel to the brain and spinal cord.

By ova
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The brain stem

The brain stem

The brain stem. 山东大学医学院 解剖教研室 李振华. The brain. Telencephalon 端脑 Diencephalon 间脑 Cerebellum 小脑 Brain stem 脑干. The brain stem 脑干. Consists of Midbrain 中脑 Pons 脑桥 Medulla oblongata 延髓. Medulla oblongata 延髓. Ventral surface

By meara
(641 views)

Chapter 14 Part 1

Chapter 14 Part 1

Chapter 14 Part 1. The Brain and Cranial Nerves Lecture Outline. INTRODUCTION. The brain is the center for registering sensations, correlating them with one another and with stored information, making decisions, and taking action.

By dorcas
(74 views)

Cell body

Cell body

Axoplasmic transport. Endoplasmic reticulum. Nucleus. Golgi complex. Secretory vesicle. Microtubular “highway”. Axon. Debris. Axon terminal. Lysosome. Cell body. Neurocytology & Tract-tracing. Widely used techniques for studying neurons and circuits:

By richelle
(303 views)

Neurologic Tumours

Neurologic Tumours

Neurologic Tumours. Part 2. Choroid Plexus Papilloma. Most commonly encountered during the first decade of life. This usually arises in the lateral ventricles. Hydrocephalus occurs secondary, with the overproduction of CSF

By adamdaniel
(159 views)

Presentation spinal cord

Presentation spinal cord

Presentation spinal cord. Spinal cord. Origin: foramen megnum continous with medulla oblongata of brain Termination in adult at the lower boarder of L1 in child at the upper boarder of L3 . Menings. The spinal cord is surrounded by three membranes 1 dura mater 2 :arachnoid mater

By danil
(164 views)

The Human Brain

The Human Brain

The Human Brain. Human vs. Sheep Brains. Human Brain. Sheep Brain. Brain Development. Ventricles. Ventricles in Sheep Brain. Lateral Ventricle Behind Septum Pellucidum. Third Ventricle. Sylvian Aqueduct. Fourth Ventricle. Brain Regions. Hindbrain. Midbrain. Midbrain in Sheep Brain.

By Lucy
(673 views)

Brain Tidbit I: Nourishment to the brain

Brain Tidbit I: Nourishment to the brain

Brain Tidbit I: Nourishment to the brain . Meninges Ventricles Cerebro-Spinal Fluid. What are meninges? (review from spinal cord). Connective tissues around spinal cord For protection For nutrition (CSF) Three layers Pia mater Arachnoid mater Dura mater . 2 dural layers Endosteal

By Patman
(252 views)

Palliative Management Of:

Palliative Management Of:

Palliative Management Of:. Nausea And Vomiting Dyspnea Secretions Delirium. Mike Harlos MD, CCFP, FCFP Medical Director, WRHA Palliative Care Professor, University of Manitoba Faculty of Medicine. MECHANISM OF NAUSEA AND VOMITING. vomiting centre in reticular formation of medulla

By zeki
(122 views)

Intensive Care After Neurosurgery JEAN-LOUIS VINCENT(41) Miller(94)

Intensive Care After Neurosurgery JEAN-LOUIS VINCENT(41) Miller(94)

Intensive Care After Neurosurgery JEAN-LOUIS VINCENT(41) Miller(94). Saeed Abbasi , MD, FCCM. Intensive Care After Neurosurgery. Overview Prevention and Management of Systemic Complications After Neurosurgery Prevention and Management of Neurosurgical Postoperative Complications

By lawrence
(420 views)

Introduction to CNS

Introduction to CNS

Introduction to CNS. The nervous system consists of CNS made up of brain and spinal cord PNS consisting of peripheral nerves and ganglia. Brain Description. Brain weighs 3 to 3.5 pounds Major portions of the brain--brainstem, cerebrum, and cerebellum

By beaumont
(141 views)

Nervous System Practical

Nervous System Practical

Nervous System Practical. Photos of Models and Illustrations. Neuron Model. cell body dendrites axon axon hillock schwann cells myelin sheath motor end plate axon terminals nodes of Ranvier . Spinal Cord Model. anterior median fissure posterior median sulcus central canal

By tejana
(61 views)

Involuntary Motion Studies

Involuntary Motion Studies

Involuntary Motion Studies. A summary for study group by David Such. Contents. Review of anatomy and physiology The craniosacral concept Palpating the cranial rhythm / involuntary motion Pattern testing Treatment. 1. Review of anatomy & physiology. A review of: Osteology of the cranium

By bunme
(711 views)

Objectives Describe the types of fibers in the internal capsule.

Objectives Describe the types of fibers in the internal capsule.

Objectives Describe the types of fibers in the internal capsule. Identify the basal ganglia nuclei. Identify main parts of the diencephalons and name the main functions of each part Briefly describe the brain ventricles and meanings.

By kalkin
(205 views)

Assessment and treatment of childhood topographical disorientation: A case study

Assessment and treatment of childhood topographical disorientation: A case study

Assessment and treatment of childhood topographical disorientation: A case study. Jennifer Touse. Background. CA 6 ½ year old male Suffered an intraventricular hemorrhage when he was 8 days old Large amounts of blood entered the right lateral ventricle

By eugene
(132 views)

Nausea and vomiting

Nausea and vomiting

Nausea and vomiting. intro. Primary GI: bowel obstruction, gastroenteritis CNS - increased intracranial pressure, tumor psychiatric conditions - bulimia nervosa, anxiety endocrine or metabolic abnormalities - diabetic ketoacidosis, hyponatremia iatrogenic causes - medications, toxins

By halima
(151 views)

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