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Neurosurgical Lectures

 in Surgical Course 351

 

1 -     Neurosurgical examination

 

   1.1 -     Systematic description of the various components of

            the neurosurgical examination.

   1.2 -     Methods and techniques of conducting a full

            neurosurgical examination:

                             1.2.1 -     Taking history of common

                                neurosurgical disorders.

                             1.2.2 -     Examination of speech and higher

                                mental functions

                             1.2.3 -     Examination of the cranial nerves

                             1.2.4 -     Examination of the motor system

                             1.2.5 -     Examination of the sensory system

                             1.2.6 -     Examination of gait and coordination

                             1.2.7 -     Neurosurgical examination of the

                                unconscious patient

   1.3 -     Interpretation of elicited neurosurgical signs

 

 

2 -     Raised intracranial pressure (ICP)

 

   2.1 -     Pathophysiology of raised ICP:

                             2.1.1 -     Normal versus abnormal ICP

                             2.1.2 -     Intracranial compartments

                             2.1.3 -     Intracranial content

                             2.1.4 -     Intracranial mass shift & herniation

 

   2.2 -     Causes of raised ICP:

                             2.2.1 -     Hydrocephalus

                             2.2.2 -     Tumors

                             2.2.3 -     Benign cysts

                             2.2.4 -     Hematomas

                             2.2.5 -     Infective masses

   2.3 -     Clinical presentation of raised ICP:

                             2.3.1 -     Symptoms and sings of raised ICP

                             2.3.2 -     Symptoms and sings of transtentorial

                                herniation

 

   2.4 -     Diagnosis and treatment of emergencies due to

            raised ICP:

                             2.4.1 -     Methods of investigation

                             2.4.2 -     Life support including hyperventilation

                             2.4.3 -     Correct positioning of patients with

                                raised ICP

                             2.4.4 -     Pharmacological reduction of raised ICP

                             2.4.5 -     Causative treatment of raised ICP:

  

3 -     Common developmental neurosurgical diseases

 

   3.1 -     Conditions:

                             3.1.1 -     Hydrocephalus

                             3.1.2 -     Spinal dysraphism

                             3.1.3 -     Craniosynostosis

 

   3.2 -     Clinical presentation of common developmental CNS

            disorders:

                             3.2.1 -     Symptoms and signs of hydrocephalus

                             3.2.2 -     Symptoms and signs of dysraphic

                                disorders

                             3.2.3 -     Symptoms and signs of cranial

                                synostosis

   3.3 -     Diagnosis and treatment of developmental CNS

            anomalies

                             3.3.1 -     Methods of investigation

                             3.3.2 -     Available Treatment options for

                                developmental CNS anomalies  

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