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Chiropractic Doctor


Neurology 207c

Aspects of the Clinical Examination


5.0

  • Recite relevant anatomy of the peripheral nervous system including the brachial plexus, upper limb nerves, lumbosacral plexus and lower limb nerves.
  • Define and draw the brachial plexus.
  • List the nerves of the upper limb.
  • Compare and contrast the anatomy of the median and the ulnar nerves.
  • Describe innervation of the major nerve branches of the major nerve divisions of the brachial plexus.
  • Discuss the most common compressive lesions of the upper extremity involving the peripheral nervous system.
  • List the muscles most commonly tested during EMG of the upper extremity.
  • Define and draw the lumbosacral plexus.
  • List the nerves of the lower limb.
  • Discuss the most common compressive lesions of the lower extremity involving the peripheral nervous system.
  • List the muscles most commonly tested during EMG of the lower extremity.
  • Discuss the distinction between motor and sensory neural fibers and salutatory versus local circuit conduction.
  • Compare and contrast the two types of compound potentials and discuss waveform morphology and parameters.
  • Describe effects and patterns of demyelination.
  • Describe the effects of axonal loss.
  • Identify the electro-physiologic changes that may be noted in disease of the neuromuscular junction.
  • Discuss late responses (F-waves and H-Reflexes) and describe the performance and clinical significance of each.
  • Identify components involved in the tendon tap response.
  • Thoroughly discuss all aspects of median and ulna nerve testing, including common congenital anomalies that are like to be encountered in the patient population.

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