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1. General Neurology
1.1. Medical history and neurological examination. Reflexes.
1.2. Motor system. Upper and lower motor neuron paralysis
1.3. Extrapyramidal system
1.4. Cerebellum and coordination
1.5. Somatosensory system
1.6. Peripheral nervous system and spinal cord
1.7. Cranial nerves I-VI
1.8. Cranial nerves VII-XII
1.9. Autonomic nervous system
1.10. Cerebral blood circulation
1.12. Cortical syndromes. CSF diagnostics
1.13. Higher cortical functions. Neuroimaging.
1.14. Increased intracranial pressure
2. Clinical Neurology
2.1. Peripheral nervous system disorders. Guillain-Barre syndrome.
2.2. Peripheral nervous system disorders. Spinal cord pathology.
2.4. Brain hemorrhage
2.6. Traumatic injuries
2.9. Other neuroinfections
2.10. Demyelinating diseases
2.11. Epilepsy. Headache.
2.13. Parkinson’s disease. Myasthenia.
2.14. Genetic disorders. Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.
2.15. Emergencies. Neurological complications in internal medicine
Orthopedics and Trauma
Cells and microscopy
Differentiation and division
Nerves and hormones
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