Skip to Main Content
>

Peripheral Neuropathies

AUTHOR:
Joanna Odenthal
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.
Chapter
AccessMedicine > Clinical Neurology, 10e > Clinical Examination of Common Isolated Peripheral Nerve Disorders
Section
AccessMedicine > Clinical Neurology, 10e > Motor Disorders > DISORDERS OF PERIPHERAL NERVE
Section
AccessMedicine > Clinical Neurology, 10e > SENSORY CHANGES & THEIR SIGNIFICANCE > PERIPHERAL NERVE LESIONS
Section
AccessMedicine > Clinical Neurology, 10e > CLASSIFICATION > POLYNEUROPATHY
Section
AccessMedicine > Clinical Neurology, 10e > Sensory Disorders > ENTRAPMENT NEUROPATHIES
Case File
AccessMedicine > Graber and Wilbur’s Family Medicine Examination and Board Review, 4th Edition > Orthopedics and Sports Medicine Case 12.21 > Orthopedics and Sports Medicine Case 12.21
Case File
AccessMedicine > Graber and Wilbur’s Family Medicine Examination and Board Review, 4th Edition > Neurology Case 18.03 > Neurology Case 18.03

Assignments

Manage Learners

Reports

Test Manager

Instructor's Guide

Clip Content from an Access site

Clipping allows you to browse content on the MH Medical sites that your institution is subscribed and select (or "clip") it to be added to a learning module.

To begin clipping

, select the site(s) from the following and browse for the content that you want to clip:
  • You have access to:


How to clip content from a textbook

  • Step 1: Select the scissors icon from the toolbar.
  • Step 2: Move the pointer to the chapter title, section title, paragraph, figure title or table title that you want to clip.
  • Step 3: Clip once on the applicable content.

You will then be prompted to identify which learning module the content should be added.

How to clip other types of content

Other non-textbook types of content can be clipped such as multimedia, audio files, cases, learning tools, and lectures. To clip these types of content, select the "Clip" button that appears next to item that you want clipped.

Close Window