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CHAPTER 28 Nervous Systems

CHAPTER 28 Nervous Systems

CHAPTER 28 Nervous Systems. Can an Injured Spinal Cord Be Fixed?. The spinal cord is the central communication conduit between the brain and the body It consists of a bundle of nerves. Spinal cord injury disrupts communication between the central nervous system and the rest of the body.

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The Brain and Cranial Nerves

The Brain and Cranial Nerves

The Brain and Cranial Nerves. Ch. 19. Major Brain Subdivisions. Cerebrum Diencephalon Hypothalamus and Thalamus Brain Stem Midbrain, pons, medulla oblongata Cerebellum. Cerebrum. Processes: motor control, thoughts, judgment, problem solving, memory, and language

By Patman
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University of Louisville Lunch & Learn

University of Louisville Lunch & Learn

University of Louisville Lunch & Learn. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: A Common Problem with Sometimes Unusual Symptoms. Michael D. Weaver, DO Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Sports Medicine October 16, 2013. Objectives.

By andrew
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Cranial nerves

Cranial nerves

Cranial nerves. provide motor and sensory innervation for the head and neck damage of motor neurons results in cranial nerve palsy (central or peripheral?) motor pathways for cranial nerves are composed of how many neurons? where are they located?. Cranial nerve palsy.

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NERVE INJURIES

NERVE INJURIES

NERVE INJURIES. Dr. JOYCE DEPARTMENT OF ORAL AND MAXILLOFACIAL SURGERY YDC. MAY OCCUR FOLLOWING. Mandibular and maxillary orthognathic surgery Maxillofacial trauma Dental implant placement Endodontic therapy Facial fractures Treatment of pathology

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Gerard Kelly MD MEd FRCS(Ed) FRCS(ORL-HNS) ENT & skull base surgeon Leeds General Infirmary

Gerard Kelly MD MEd FRCS(Ed) FRCS(ORL-HNS) ENT & skull base surgeon Leeds General Infirmary

facial nerve trauma. The Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust. Gerard Kelly MD MEd FRCS(Ed) FRCS(ORL-HNS) ENT & skull base surgeon Leeds General Infirmary 7 th November 2018. aims and objectives. aims. make us better at the management of facial nerve paralysis

By geri
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Human Anatomy, First Edition McKinley & O'Loughlin

Human Anatomy, First Edition McKinley & O'Loughlin

Human Anatomy, First Edition McKinley & O'Loughlin. Chapter 14 Lecture Outline: Nervous Tissue. The Nervous System. The nervous system is the body’s primary communication and control system. The nervous system can be divided according to structural and functional categories.

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Neuroophthalmology cases

Neuroophthalmology cases

Neuroophthalmology cases. For Mcs & MD Examination By/ Prof. Ahmad Mostafa. Case 1. This 70 year-old man developed the above appearance and headache. What is the diagnosis? Is he likely to develop aberrant regeneration? What is the management?. Answers.

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Important notes by the doctor

Important notes by the doctor

Important notes by the doctor. Neuro -ophthalmic diseases. Optic disc = blind spot ( yellowish orange ) Normal cup:disc ratio is 0.4 Optic nerve is surrounded by sheath of dura mater , pia mater , arachnoid ( the meninges ).

By manning
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Peripheral nerver damage

Peripheral nerver damage

Peripheral nerver damage. Upper limb By:Maysaa al- khalaileh. Ulnar nerve. *Is one of the major terminal branches of brachial plexus (C8,T1) *Course and branches of ulnar nerve : *Function of ulnar nerve. : Ulnar nerve injuries gives rise to claw hand deformity.

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E.M. Silinsky Ward 7-245 Tel: 503-8287 e-mail: e-silinsky@northwestern

E.M. Silinsky Ward 7-245 Tel: 503-8287 e-mail: e-silinsky@northwestern

E.M. Silinsky Ward 7-245 Tel: 503-8287 e-mail: e-silinsky@northwestern.edu. Signal Transduction and Receptor Pharmacology in the Peripheral Nervous System (PNS ): a Primer for the Cardiovascular , Pulmonary, Renal and Musculoskeletal ( MSK) Modules. I. GENERAL OVERVIEW.

By rune
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TRIGEMINAL NERVE

TRIGEMINAL NERVE

TRIGEMINAL NERVE. &. REFERENCE POINTS FOR ANESTHESIA. Kaan Yücel M.D., Ph .D. 23. November .2011 Wednesday. http://yeditepedentistryanatomy.wordpress.com. TRIGEMINAL NERVE. The largest of all the cranial nerves Motor & sensory roots

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The excitable tissues (Nerve+ Muscle)

The excitable tissues (Nerve+ Muscle)

The excitable tissues (Nerve+ Muscle). Objectives At the end of this lecture the student should be able to : Describe the voltage-gated sodium and potassium membrane channels and their states .

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Local anesthetics

Local anesthetics

Local anesthetics. Assistant Professor Dr. Hayder B Sahib PhD, MSc, DSc, BSc. Pharm. What are local anesthetics?. Local anesthetic: produce loss of sensation to pain in a specific area of the body without the loss of consciousness. Local Anesthetics - Classes. Esters.

By wolfgang
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LEPROSY.

LEPROSY.

LEPROSY. A chronic contagious disease primarily affecting the peripheral nerves secondarily involving skin, mucosa of mouth and upper respiratory tract, reticulo-endothelial system, eyes, bones and testes. Causative agent: Mycobacterium leprae.

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Electrodiagnostic prognostication

Electrodiagnostic prognostication

Electrodiagnostic prognostication. By S. Khosrawi MD IUMS , Isfahan , Iran. The purposes :. To clarify some aspects and limitations of prognostication value of EDX testing Describe Seddon’s and Sunderland’s models for determination of the degree of nerve fiber injury

By keahi
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Cranial Nerves

Cranial Nerves

Cranial Nerves. Health Occ. Cranial Nerve I. Nerve Olfactory Function Smell Test Have them smell something. Cranial Nerve II. Nerve Optic Function Vision Test See the scoreboard? How many fingers am I holding up?. Cranial Nerve III. Nerve Occulomotor Function

By barbara
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Cranial Nerve VII & VIII

Cranial Nerve VII & VIII

Cranial Nerve VII & VIII. Lecture Objectives. Follow up the course of facial nerve from its point of central connections, exit and down to its target areas. Follow up the central connections of the facial nerve. Discuss the various modalities of its fibers.

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浙江大学医学院八年制教学

浙江大学医学院八年制教学

浙江大学医学院八年制教学. 神经精神与运动 1 (模块 2 ) 运动系统慢性疾病 肩关节周围炎、腱鞘炎 股骨头坏死 浙江大学医学院附属二院骨科 吴立东. Bursitis 滑囊炎. 运动系统慢性损伤. 滑囊炎是指滑囊的急性或慢性炎症。滑囊是结缔组织中的囊状间隙,是由内皮细胞组成的封闭性囊,内壁为滑膜,有少许滑液。少数与关节相通,位于关节附近的骨突与肌腱或肌肉、皮肤之间。凡摩擦力或压力较大的地方,都可有滑囊存在,其作用主要是有利于滑动,从而减轻或避免关节附近的骨隆突和软组织间的摩擦和压迫

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Trigeminal nerve

Trigeminal nerve

Trigeminal nerve. The largest cranial nerves H as three major branches: the ophthalmic nerve (V1), the maxillary nerve (V2), and the mandibular nerve (V3). The ophthalmic and maxillary nerves are purely sensory, and the mandibular nerve has sensory and motor functions. Trigeminal nerve.

By Ava
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