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Peripheral Neuropathies

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AUTHORS:
Steven Lahti
LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
  1. Distinguish upper motor neuron and lower motor neuron pathology on physical exam.
  2. Classify neuropathies as mono vs polyneuropathy, radiculopathy, motor vs sensory, or mononeuropathy multiplex.
  3. Have a differential and conduct a diagnostic workup for each neuropathy syndrome.
  4. Know how to workup carpal tunnel syndrome, and recognize indications for surgery.
Case File
AccessMedicine > Case Files: Neurology 2e > Case 39 > Case 39
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Case File
AccessMedicine > Family Practice Examination & Board Review, Third Edition > Case > Case
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Section
AccessMedicine > Adams and Victor's Principles of Neurology, 10e > Chapter 46. Diseases of the Peripheral Nerves > Approach to the Patient with Peripheral Neuropathy
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Section
AccessMedicine > Clinical Neurology, 9e > Motor Disorders > DISORDERS OF PERIPHERAL NERVE
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Section
AccessMedicine > Clinical Neurology, 9e > Sensory Disorders > PERIPHERAL NERVE LESIONS
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Section
AccessMedicine > Clinical Neurology, 9e > Sensory Disorders > POLYNEUROPATHIES
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Section
AccessMedicine > Clinical Neurology, 9e > Sensory Disorders > ENTRAPMENT NEUROPATHIES
Required

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