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HISTORY, evidence. The recital of facts written and given out for true.
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A neurologic examination revealed quadridistal hypoesthesia with ataxia, areflexia, and diplopia due to paresia of the right VI nerve.
Denny-Brown described a general approach or scheme for the routine neurologic exam, which is very similar to the neurologic examination taught today, perhaps reflecting his training by Gordon Holmes (44).
It includes a focused screening neurologic examination to exclude cervical spine and intracranial bleeding, as well as assessments of orientation, immediate and delayed recall, concentration, and balance.
laboratory tests, imaging studies, standardized neurologic examination, and
Editorial in the premier issue includes articles on: range of motion restriction; the placebo effect in sports medicine; identifying running-related stress fractures; pediatric brain injury; and special tests for neurologic examination.
At the time of discharge from ICU the patient was fully oriented and the neurologic examination was normal.
Explanations of the awake state are provided in contrast to the comatose patient, and components of the neurologic examination for the patient in a prolonged, locked-in, persistent vegetative or minimally conscious state are included.
Firman reported that he performed a routine neurologic examination, which included assessing the patient's cranial nerves, cerebella [sic] functions, speech, motor strength and sensation and noted no abnormalities.
A complete neurologic examination, which includes evaluation of both upper limbs as well as your neck and head, would help determine whether you need an MRI scan of the middle spine and neck, an EMG of the upper body, or other testing.
Physical examination revealed a small right temporal scalp entrance wound with no visible nail; the neurologic examination including cranial nerves was normal.
a) No brain injury Brain damage Variable (n = 36) (n = 9) Age, days 132 (46) 144 (39) Weight, g 5130 (1298) 5051 (1337) Male/female sex, n 17/19 6/3 Neurologic examination results (b): Before surgery, n 36/0 9/0 After surgery (day 7), n 36/0 9/9 CPB, min 100 (30.