After the completion of lectures and clinical training students are expected to hav a good deal of ability in:
- eliciting a focused neuroogical history
- performing an accurate neurological examination
- localizing a lesion and identifying the significance of neurological findings on
- developing a practical approach for the evaluation, differential diagnosis and
management of a neurological disease
Course Content (Syllabus)
The syllabus provides an intergrated knowledge of the nervous system in physiological and pathological conditions. This knowledge derives from the study of anatomy and physiolgy of the nervous system asa well as from the understanding of the pathophysilogical mechanisms of disease and their diagnosis and treatment.
Lectures in the amphitheater include: introduction to Neurosciences (neuroanatomy, neurochemistry, neu-rophysiology),localisation in central and peripheral nervous system,introduction to diagnostic tools (electrophysiology,neuroimaging,CSF analysis)and diseases of the nervous system (stroke,epilepsy,degenerative diseases,demyelinating disorders, infections,tumors,diseases of muscles and nerves and neurological manifestations in systemic diseases).Clinical courses in the teaching room(theory) and practical training in the clinical wards (practice)include : history taking, understanding and performing a neurological examination and have a clinical to several neurological diseases.
Course Bibliography (Eudoxus)
Βιβλίο 22768737: Νευρολογία, Karl F Masuhr.
Βιβλίο 17420: Νευρολογία Λογοθέτη, Λογοθέτης Ι,Μυλωνάς Ι.
Βιβλιο 17419: Νευρολογία, Τάσκος Ν.
Βιβλίο 13255867:NETTER'S Σύνοψη Νευρολογίας, Misulis Head
Additional bibliography for study
Oxford Handbook of Neurology, Eds.Manji H et al,2007.
Neurology and Neurosurgery illustrated, Eds.Lindsay K, Bone I,2010.
Clinical Neurology, Eds. Hankey G,Wardlaw J,2002.