Cranial Nerves Examination
Clinical Examinations DVD Series
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|Other Information: ||tables. 258graphics, photos, animations|
|Published In: ||United Kingdom, 08 January 2007|
Physical examination and clinical diagnosis is the next step after the core subjects of Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology and Differential Diagnosis. Acquiring effective and safe clinical skills is perhaps the most important stage in the clinician's progression from theory to application. This unique ground-breaking presentation harnesses the use of technology to develop a visual tool that stimulates and enhances learning. It systematically evaluates the function of the 12 cranial nerves. Each cranial nerve begins with an animated review of anatomy and physiology then examination and interpretation of abnormal findings. It includes in-depth fully narrated examination procedure and real-time examination (with or without subtitles). It features: a section on the use of diagnostic equipment; extensive Q&A slide show; revision booklet; and, over 250 tables, images and animations.
Table of Contents
Review of anatomy and physiology Fully narrated physical examination of the 12 cranial nerves Real time examination with or without subtitles Making use of diagnostic equipment Q & A slide show
About the Author
Mr Andreas Syrimis has been a senior lecture for more than 10 years in medical sciences at several UK universities including Westminster, East London, LSO and BSO. He is a module leader for clinical skills and differential diagnosis. He has published the groundbreaking 8-DVD series on clinical skills, and written two books on anatomy & physiology and embryology. He also lectured for BSO as prosection demonstrator at the Royal College of Surgeons and practices both under NHS and privately. He hosted and presented a monthly radio programme known as health matters on LGR from 2002-2005.
18.5 x 1.3 centimetres (0.07 kg)|
15+ years |