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1. Week 1 - Saad's accident

1.1. Lectures

1.1.1. 1- Introduction to Neurophysiology

1.1.2. 2- Neuropathic Pain

1.1.3. 3- Introduction to Neuroanatomy

1.1.4. 4- Trauma to Nervous System

1.1.5. 5- Spinal Autonomic Organization

1.1.6. 6- Spinal Cord Organization

1.1.7. 7- Spinal Circuitry

1.2. BCS theme

1.2.1. 1- Spinal cord and spinal nerves

1.2.2. 2- Reflexes and cutaneous sensation

1.2.2.1. reflex arc

1.3. PBL

1.3.1. Session 1

1.3.2. Session 2

1.3.3. Session 3

2. Week 2 - Khalid and Norah

2.1. Lectures

2.1.1. 1- Fundamentals of CNS Development

2.1.2. 2- Antiepileptic Drugs & Future

2.1.3. 3- Secretion & Absorption of CSF

2.1.4. 4- Neurotransmitters

2.1.5. 5- Meninges & Ventricles

2.1.6. 6- Teratology

2.1.7. 7- Framing Disability

2.1.8. 8- Pediatric History Taking

2.1.9. 9- Seizure Disorders

2.2. BCS theme

2.2.1. 1- CSF, Meninges & Ventricles

2.2.1.1. cut of brain of something between two lat ventricles? septum pallucidum and inferior horn of lat ventricle

2.2.1.2. aqueduct of sylvius

2.2.1.3. smaaaaall area in lateral ventricle = choroid plexus

2.2.2. 2- Developmental Nervous System Disorders

2.2.2.1. cut of brain with hydrocephalus, tonsils are herniating? arnold chiari II

2.2.2.2. new born with anencaphy. how to detect ? a fetoprotein, US.

2.2.2.3. brain with no features. what is this? holoprosencephaly

2.2.3. 3- Histology of Brain & Meninges

2.2.3.1. cut section of spinal cord asking about the structures

2.2.3.2. histology in cerebral cortex? pyramidal cell

2.2.3.3. cut from cerebellum, what is this? purkenji

2.3. PBL

2.3.1. Session 1

2.3.2. Session 2

2.3.3. Session 3

3. Themes

3.1. CDT

3.1.1. Community Impact on Spinal Cord Injury

3.1.2. Community Impact of Neurodegenerative Disease in the Elderly

3.2. PPT

3.2.1. Ethical Issues in Epilepsy

3.2.2. Invisible Illness Medications Manipulative Behavior

3.2.3. Impact of Blindness

3.3. EBM

3.3.1. Appraisal of Intervention Studies I

3.3.2. Appraisal of Intervention Studies II

3.3.3. EBM Literature Search II (Secondary Resources)

3.4. PDT

3.4.1. Communication skills

3.4.1.1. The neurological history

3.4.1.2. History from a patient with limb symptoms

3.4.1.3. Syncope and seizures, and vertigo and dizziness

3.4.1.4. Mental state examination

3.4.1.5. Headache

3.4.1.6. Paediatric developmental history

3.4.1.7. Parkinson disease and movement disorders

3.4.1.8. Assessment of psychological problems

3.4.2. clinical diagnostic skills

3.4.2.1. Principles of the neurologic examination

3.4.2.2. Examination of the motor system

3.4.2.3. Examination of the cerebellum

3.4.2.4. Examination of the upper cranial nerves

3.4.2.5. Examination of the lower cranial nerves

3.4.2.6. Examination of a child

3.4.2.7. Examination of the extra-pyramidal system

3.4.2.8. Examination of cortical defects

3.4.2.9. Examination of sensation

3.4.3. Procedural Skills

3.4.3.1. Assessment of level of consciousness - Glasgow Coma Scale

3.4.3.2. Basic Life Support competency assessment

3.4.3.3. Direct ophthalmoscopy, visual field and acuity examination

3.4.3.4. Epilepsy and seizure management

3.4.3.5. Immobilisation techniques for traumatic spinal cord injury

4. Week 3 - A nasty drop

4.1. Lectures

4.1.1. 1- Stroke: Prevention & Management

4.1.2. 2- Epidemiology of Stroke

4.1.3. 3- Normal & Abnormal Development of the CNS

4.1.4. 4- Imaging the Brain

4.1.5. 5- Pathogenesis of Stroke

4.1.6. 6- Cranial Nerve Organization

4.1.7. 7- Lower Brainstem Functions

4.1.8. 8- Introduction to Brainstem

4.2. BCS theme

4.2.1. 1- Normal Brainstem

4.2.1.1. pyramids in medulla

4.2.1.2. cranial nerves 3,7,6

4.2.2. 2- Cerebrovascular Disease

4.2.2.1. section of the brain with something red or black? hemorrhage, the cause is hypertension

4.2.2.2. section of the brain with small infarct? lacunar infarction

4.2.2.3. brown area hemorrhagic transformation of stroke

4.2.3. 3- Case Conference –Clinical disorders of the Autonomic Nervous System

4.2.3.1. autonomic nervous system, someone with hornor syndrome (partial ptosis) with contralateral numbness of the body? lateral medullary syndrome

4.3. PBL

4.3.1. Session 1

4.3.2. Session 2

4.3.3. Session 3

5. Week 4 - My head hurts

5.1. Lectures

5.1.1. 1- Blood Brain Barrier

5.1.2. 2- Cranial Nerves: Clinical Perspective I

5.1.2.1. revision!!

5.1.3. 3- CNS Infections

5.1.4. 4- Antibiotics & the CNS

5.1.5. 5- Temperature Regulation

5.1.6. 6- Anatomy & Physiology of Cornea

5.1.7. 7- Orbital Anatomy Including Extraocular Muscles

5.1.8. 8- Meningitis / Encephalitis

5.2. BCS theme

5.2.1. 1- Eye Movements

5.3. PBL

5.3.1. Session 1

5.3.2. Session 2

5.3.3. Session 3

6. Week 5 - Reading the log book

6.1. Lectures

6.1.1. 1- Cortical Localization

6.1.2. 2- Clinical Pharmacology of Old Age

6.1.3. 3- Brain Tumors (CNS Tumors)?

6.1.4. 4- Classification & Diagnosis of Headache

6.1.5. 5- Anatomy & Physiology of the Lens & Accommodation

6.1.6. 6- Sensory Innervation of the Head & Functional Anatomy of Head Pain

6.1.7. 7- Treatment of Migraine

6.2. BCS theme

6.2.1. 1- Cortex: Structure & Function

6.2.1.1. cut in brain and ask about the sulcus and areas

6.2.1.2. calcarine fissure, anterior commisure, corpus callosum (splenium

6.2.1.3. corpus callosal parts

6.3. PBL

6.3.1. Session 1

6.3.2. Session 2

6.3.3. Session 3

7. Week 6 - A near accident

7.1. Lectures

7.1.1. 1- Auditory Pathways & Cochlea Implants

7.1.2. 2- Visual Pathways

7.1.3. 3- CNS Demyelination

7.1.4. 4- The Eye: Normal & Abnormal

7.1.5. 5- Overview of Multiple Sclerosis: Diagnosis

7.1.5.1. 124 slides

7.2. BCS theme

7.2.1. 1- Visual Testing

7.2.2. 2- Visual Pathways

7.2.2.1. visual field cut? bitemporal hemianopsia. where is the lesion?

7.3. PBL

7.3.1. Session 1

7.3.2. Session 2

7.3.3. Session 3

8. Week 7 - Slowing down

8.1. Lectures

8.1.1. 1- Cerebellum: Coordinating Movement

8.1.2. 2- Anatomy of Cerebellum

8.1.3. 3- Basil Ganglia Circuitry: Normal

8.1.4. 4- Basal Ganglia Circuitry: Abnormal

8.1.5. 5- Spectrum of Movement Disorders/ Motor Disorders

8.1.6. 6- Pathogenesis of Parkinson Disease

8.1.7. 7- Pharmacological Treatment of Parkinson Disease & other Movement Disorders

8.1.8. 8- Common Peripheral Neuropathies

8.2. BCS theme

8.2.1. Motor Pathways

8.2.1.1. find link

8.3. PBL

8.3.1. Session 1

8.3.2. Session 2

8.3.3. Session 3

9. Week 8 - Where am I?

9.1. Lectures

9.1.1. 1- The Pathogenesis of Alzheimer Disease

9.1.2. 2- Cognitive Function & Dementia

9.1.3. 3- Anatomy of Attention & Memory

9.1.4. 4- Causes of Dementia

9.1.5. 5- Pathogenesis of Motor Neuron Diseases

9.1.6. 6- Diseases Causing Muscle Weakness

9.1.7. 7- Therapies for Dementia (Current & Emerging)

9.2. BCS theme

9.2.1. Dementia

9.2.1.1. PET scan and asks you what is this? positron emission tomography of alzhaimer disease. using fludeoxyglucose as the tracer

9.3. PBL

9.3.1. Session 1

9.3.2. Session 2

9.3.3. Session 3

10. Week 9 - I can't cope

10.1. Lectures

10.1.1. 1- Introduction to Major Mental Illness

10.1.2. 2- Neurotransmitter Disturbances in Depression

10.1.3. 3- Emotional Systems

10.1.4. 4- Mechanisms of Drug Action in Depression

10.1.5. 5- Molecular Basis of Mental Disease

10.1.6. 6- Affective Disorders

10.1.7. 7- Bipolar Disorder

10.1.8. 8- Etiology & Management of Mental Disorders

10.2. BCS theme

10.2.1. Forebrain Structures

10.2.1.1. image of brain from below, rectus gyrus, olfactory nerve, uncus of hippocampus

10.2.1.2. is it thalamus, subthalamus (hemibalismus), or mamillary body (wernicke- karaskof syndrome)

10.3. PBL

10.3.1. Session 1

10.3.2. Session 2

10.3.3. Session 3

11. Week 10 - Out there to get me

11.1. Lectures

11.1.1. 1- Psychosis: An Overview

11.1.2. 2- Etiology of Schizophrenia

11.1.3. 3- Antipsychotic Drugs

11.1.4. 4- Principles of Treatment of Psychotic Disorders

11.1.5. 5- Case Conference – Psychosis

11.1.6. 6- Prevention in Psychiatry

11.1.7. 7- Population Medicine

11.2. BCS theme

11.2.1. Neuroanatomy Formative Spot Test

11.3. PBL

11.3.1. Session 1

11.3.2. Session 2

11.3.3. Session 3