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Introduction to Neuroimaging

Introduction to Neuroimaging

Introduction to Neuroimaging . SPINE. Aaron S. Field, MD, PhD Neuroradiology University of Wisconsin–Madison. Updated 6/13/06. Anatomy. Radiographic Anatomy. ML Richardson, Univ. Of Washington. Cervical Spine – AP View. ML Richardson, Univ. Of Washington. Cervical Spine – Lateral View.

By dezso
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Interventional Spine Injections for Chronic Pain

Interventional Spine Injections for Chronic Pain

Interventional Spine Injections for Chronic Pain. Irwin J. Isaacs, M.D. Fellowship Trained Pain Medicine American Board of Anesthesiology, Pain Certified. Spinal Regions. 7 cervical vertebrae 12 thoracic vertebrae 5 lumbar vertebrae Sacrum and coccyx are fused.

By vail
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Neck Pain

Neck Pain

Neck Pain. Merle S. Rust, M.D. Neurosurgeon Mercy Institute of Neuroscience & Mercy Regional Neurosurgery Center. Neck Pain. Undergraduate study: Eastern Illinois University, B.S. Chemistry, Business minor Medical school: University of Illinois College of Medicine

By marc
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Cervical Spine Physical Examination

Cervical Spine Physical Examination

Cervical Spine Physical Examination. Surface Anatomy . Inspect from posterior aspect Vertebra Prominens : at the cervicithoracic junction.(spinous process of C7) Trapezious is the most superficial ,triangular. Deep to the Trapezius is Transversocostalis group muscles.

By lita
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Appendix 1. Common classifications of nerve root compression and lumbar disc herniation

Appendix 1. Common classifications of nerve root compression and lumbar disc herniation

Appendix 1. Common classifications of nerve root compression and lumbar disc herniation

By barbra
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Radicular Syndrome

Radicular Syndrome

Radicular Syndrome. Darwin Amir Bgn Ilmu Penyakit Saraf Fakultas Kedokteran Universitas Andalas. Peripheral Nerves and Nerve Plexuses. C 1. C 2. Cervical plexus. C 3. C 4. C 4. C 4. Phrenic nerve. C 4. Brachial plexus. C 4. T 1. T 2. Axillary nerve. T 3. T 4. T 5. T 6.

By grover
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Radicular Syndrome

Radicular Syndrome

Radicular Syndrome. Darwin Amir Bgn Ilmu Penyakit Saraf Fakultas Kedokteran Universitas Andalas. Peripheral Nerves and Nerve Plexuses. C 1. C 2. Cervical plexus. C 3. C 4. C 4. C 4. Phrenic nerve. C 4. Brachial plexus. C 4. T 1. T 2. Axillary nerve. T 3. T 4. T 5. T 6.

By ayita
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Peripheral Nerves- The Mystery of the Braids

Peripheral Nerves- The Mystery of the Braids

Peripheral Nerves- The Mystery of the Braids. Neuroanatomy: A Clinician’s Review: CHRMC Spring 2007 Bernadette Gillick, MS, PT. Brachial Plexus “Simplified”. Dorsal Scapular Nerve Suprascapular Nerve Nerve to Subclavius Lateral Pectoral Nerve Axillary Nerve Radial Nerve

By arne
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마취통증의학과 R2 민 진기

마취통증의학과 R2 민 진기

40. Interlaminar epidural steroid injections for lumbosacral radiculopathy 41. Selective nerve blocks and transforaminal epidural steroid injections for back pain and sciatica. 마취통증의학과 R2 민 진기. 40. Interlaminar epidural steroid injections for lumbosacral radiculopathy.

By turi
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Oh my aching back

Oh my aching back

Oh my aching back. Application of diagnostic imaging studies to Physical Therapy in the acute care setting. By: Nicole M. Boyko, MSPT. Objectives. To use a case study format to: Identify what imaging studies may be useful in the work-up of intractable back pain in the acute care setting

By caine
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Objectives

Objectives

Low Back Pain Brad Bunney, MD Department of Emergency Medicine University of Illinois College of Medicine-Chicago Chicago, IL. Objectives. Discuss the different types of back pain Review anatomical principles Review nontraumatic etiologies for acute back pain with neurological findings

By udell
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NeuroSurgery Case: Low Back Pain

NeuroSurgery Case: Low Back Pain

NeuroSurgery Case: Low Back Pain. Salient Features. A 45 year old office secretary Sudden snap and pain in the left lumbar area while trying to lift a box load of papers. Pain was subsequently felt in the posterolateral aspect of the right thigh and leg down to the right heel.

By adeola
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Back Pain

Back Pain

Back Pain. Syed Sameer Ali, MD Department of Emergency Medicine Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center. Definitions History with red flags Physical Examination with red flags Diagnostic testing Treatment. Sciatica and Back Pain Epidural Compression Syndrome Vertebral Osteomyelitis

By spike
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Muscular System

Muscular System

Muscular System. Neurologically-related terms Dr. peterson. Neurological Disorders. Dystonia Cerebral, spinal or cerebellar disorders Muscular dystrophy (MD) Myasthenia gravis (MG) Other movement terms related to Parkinson’s disease & tremors. Terms related to dystonia. Dystonia

By daxia
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FACIAL NEUROPATHOLOGY

FACIAL NEUROPATHOLOGY

FACIAL NEUROPATHOLOGY. OROFACIAL PAIN. NOCICEPTORS:1-5MM DIAMETER NERVE FIBERS. A-DELTA: Responsible for temperature and fast or first pain. Is myelinated Conduction velocity is 12-45 m/sec. C-FIBERS: Responsible for slow or second pain, and temperature. Is unmyelinated

By dakota-hines
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NECK PAİN

NECK PAİN

NECK PAİN. KEY POINTS. Degenerative disease of the cervical spine, or cervical spondylosis, is an age-related process that affects many components of the cervical spinal column. The spectrum of cervical sppondylosis ranges from axial neck pain to radiculopathy to frank myelopathy. KEY POINTS.

By lucy-price
(160 views)

Neurosensory: Herniated Disk and Spinal Cord tumors

Neurosensory: Herniated Disk and Spinal Cord tumors

Neurosensory: Herniated Disk and Spinal Cord tumors. Marnie Quick RN, MSN, CNRN. A. Pathophysiology/etiology Normal spine as related to herniated disk. Herniated nucleus pulposus, slipped disk, ruptured disk

By cyrus-rosa
(294 views)

Neurology revision

Neurology revision

Neurology revision. 11 March 2014 Antony Thomas Consultant Neurologist. History. General Approach Is this neurological? If so where in the neuroaxis: central or peripheral? Above or below foramen magnum? Above or below the tentorium? What might be the nature of the problem?

By amayeta-johnson
(100 views)

Back Pain

Back Pain

Back Pain. Definitions History with red flags Physical Examination with red flags Diagnostic testing Treatment. Sciatica and Back Pain Epidural Compression Syndrome Vertebral Osteomyelitis Back Pain in the Cancer Patient. Introduction. Definitions.

By camden-jackson
(245 views)

Intraoperative Monitoring

Intraoperative Monitoring

Intraoperative Monitoring. Behrouz Zamanifekri , MD Neurophysiology Fellow KUMC March 2013. Intraoperative monitoring.

By sara-craig
(873 views)

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