Laboratory Description: Utilizing the colleges web site, students are provided history, physical examination findings, and the results of a complete neurological examination. Students will apply appropriate rules of neuroanatomy and physiology to correctly localize the lesion to one of several areas in the nervous system. Students are provided immediate feedback as to the correctness of their choices. Once the lesion has been correctly localized, students will find the set of radiographs that best correlate with the neuroanatomical location of the lesion. Radiographs are provided and are organized by anatomical locations commonly examined by radiography. Only one set of radiographs correlates to a clinical case. There are 10 clinical cases to study. Expert responses are provided to enhance the students learning experience and understanding of the condition presented.
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