Foundations of the Neurologic System

Neurology
Intermediate

This course provides an introduction to several common conditions related to the Neurologic system.

Contents

Case 001
3m 17s
1024 | Acute onset, headache, neck pain radiating down the spine and fever
1 min 22 sec
1003 | Subarachnoid Hemorrhage - Placement of External Ventricular Drain
7 min 5 sec
1001 | Sudden Onset, Left-sided Severe Headache
2 min 30 sec
994 | Gradual onset headache one month after head injury falling off bicycle
2 min 54 sec
818 | Acute onset, seizure with placement of intraosseous cannulation
5 min 40 sec
494 | Acute onset, seizure activity
1 min 55 sec
475 | Acute onset fever, seizures and now unresponsive
1 min 22 sec
266 | Chronic Onset Facial droop and left arm weakness
2 min 5 sec

Description

The Foundations series from ReelDx provide handpicked patient cases to facilitate a student’s learning in a particular field of medicine. They are meant to represent some of the most common conditions and diseases that a provider may encounter in relation to a particular organ system. Both adult and pediatric cases have been provided. By the end of the course, students will have a basic understanding of some common conditions in a particular organ system and how they are diagnosed and treated appropriately.

Curriculum Alignments

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Learning objectives

What’s included

8
Cases
1
Badges earned (coming soon)
3
skills earned
1
ReelDx Skills learned (coming soon)

Course Author

Dr. Christopher Behringer
ReelDx Faculty