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The comprehensive neurologic examination is an irreplaceable tool for the efficient diagnosis of neurologic disorders. Mastery of its details requires knowledge of normal nervous system anatomy and physiology combined with personal experience performing orderly and systematic examinations on large numbers of patients and healthy individuals. In the hands of a great clinician, the neurologic examination also becomes a thing of beauty—the pinnacle of the art of medicine. In this video, the most commonly used components of the examination are presented in detail, with a particular emphasis on those elements that are most helpful for assessment of common neurologic problems.

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Introduction and the General Physical Examination Relevant to Neurology

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Neurological Examination: Mental Status

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Neurological Examination: Cranial Nerves

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Neurological Examination: Motor

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Neurological Examination: Sensory

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Neurological Examination: Reflexes

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Neurological Examination: Coordination and Gait

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