This course offers a didactic and practical approach to the study of the central and peripheral nervous system with emphasis on the applied anatomy, physiology and symptomatology of the various pathologic states. The students will need to recognize common neurological presentations, formulate differential diagnosis, a final diagnosis, and determine viable methods for management. Cases will be presented in the course as a way to make these correlations. Standardized patients will be used to assess the students’ progress.
PREREQUISITES: Human Neuroanatomy; GE, GU, Endocrine and Neurophysiology; Systems Pathology I; Orthopedics I