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Neurology Course - Anatomy, Physiology, Diseases, And Drugs


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Neurology Course - Anatomy, Physiology, Diseases, And Drugs
Published 5/2023
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 3.73 GB | Duration: 6h 9m

Nervous System Course. Every Important Topic Relating to The Brain and Spine

What you'll learn
Neuroanatomy and physiology
Neurology Conditions and Diseases
Neurology Medications
Neuro-Psychiatric Conditions
Ophthalmology Topics
Pain Management
Brain and Spine Tumors and Cancers
Brain Infections
CNS Embryology
Diuretics and Fluid Manipulators
Ethical Principles

No prior requirements needed

The neurology system can be complicated as it has many different topics in every aspect. You will see many diseases affecting the movement, many conditions affecting the mood, and plenty of medications. It can be overwhelming to study all of these topics and stay up to date. To tackle this problem, we brought a practicing neurology specialist. They helped us choose the most important topics and reviewed every video. We made sure the videos are short and concise to help you grasp all the topics with ease.Once you understand the harmony of neuroanatomy, the physiology and pathologies come naturally. It will all make sense. For example, because you know the temperature nerves lie in the anterior spine, a tumor at that location causes the loss of that function at that level.There are heavier topics that require lengthier videos, like the basal ganglia and CNS embryology. They will be explained in a relaxed and longer format to ensure effective study.We will also talk about all the medications used by neurologists. Like beta blockers, diuretics, antibiotics, and mood-changing medications.If you are talking about neurology you have to mention psychiatry and ophthalmology. These chapters are tightly linked to neurological conditions, and we included the essential and common conditions in both of them.At the end of the course, we have included case-discussions. These cases are built carefully to mimic real-life examples that we commonly see in the clinic. There are also many quizzes which will help you memorize the important notes.

Section 1: Introduction

Lecture 1 Introduction

Section 2: Neuroanatomy and physiology

Lecture 2 Autonomic Nervous System

Lecture 3 Blood Brain Barrier

Lecture 4 Cranial Nerves Reflexes

Lecture 5 Baroreceptors

Lecture 6 Basal Ganglia

Lecture 7 Brachial Plexus

Lecture 8 Cerebellum

Lecture 9 Cranial Nerves Origins

Lecture 10 Dopamine Pathways

Lecture 11 Dural Sinuses

Lecture 12 Hypothalmus

Lecture 13 Limbic System

Lecture 14 Operant Conditioning

Lecture 15 Sensory Organs

Lecture 16 Sleep Physiology

Lecture 17 Tendon Reflexes

Lecture 18 Thalamus

Lecture 19 Tongue Physiology and Anatomy

Lecture 20 Wilson's Disease

Section 3: Neurology Conditions and Diseases

Lecture 21 Intracranial hematoma

Lecture 22 Chiari Malformations

Lecture 23 Claudication vs Pseudoclaudication

Lecture 24 Guillain-Barré Syndrome

Lecture 25 Aphasia

Lecture 26 Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Lecture 27 Cauda Equina Syndrome

Lecture 28 Chewing Muscles

Lecture 29 Cholesteatoma

Lecture 30 Diabetes Insipidus

Lecture 31 Erb Palsy and Klumpke Palsy

Lecture 32 Huntington Disease

Lecture 33 Kallmann Syndrome

Lecture 34 Klinefelter Syndrome

Lecture 35 Loss of Consciousness

Lecture 36 Myasthenia Gravis and Lambert Eaton Syndrome

Lecture 37 Mysathenia Gravis

Lecture 38 Parkinson Disease

Lecture 39 Prions

Lecture 40 Radial Nerve Injury

Lecture 41 Recurrent Laryngeal Nerve

Lecture 42 REM Sleep Disorders

Lecture 43 Sleep Apnea

Lecture 44 Spinal disc hernia

Lecture 45 Strokes and Aneurysms

Lecture 46 Syndrome of Inappropriate Antidiuretic Hormone ADH Release (SIADH)

Lecture 47 Types of Dementia

Lecture 48 Types of Gaits

Lecture 49 Types of Headache

Lecture 50 Vertigo Classifcation

Lecture 51 Vertigo Diseases

Lecture 52 Wernicke Korsakoff Syndrome

Section 4: Neuro-Psychiatric Conditions

Lecture 53 Childhood Psychiatry

Lecture 54 Behavioral Therapies

Lecture 55 Catatonia

Lecture 56 Delirium

Lecture 57 Drugs That Cause Neuroleptic Malignant Syndrome

Lecture 58 Drugs That Cause Serotonin Syndrome

Lecture 59 Electroconvulsive Therapy

Lecture 60 Major Depressive Disorder

Lecture 61 Narcolepsy

Lecture 62 Schizophrenia

Lecture 63 Serotonin Syndrome vs Neuroleptic Malignant Syndrome

Lecture 64 Serotonin Syndrome

Section 5: CNS Embryology

Lecture 65 Central Nervous System Embryology

Section 6: Ophthalmology Topics

Lecture 66 Aqueous Humour

Lecture 67 Refractive errors

Section 7: Neurology Medications

Lecture 68 Acyclovir

Lecture 69 alpha and beta Blockers

Lecture 70 Aminoglycosides

Lecture 71 Amphotericin B

Lecture 72 Anti-depressants

Lecture 73 Antiepileptics

Lecture 74 Antipsychotics

Lecture 75 Aspirin

Lecture 76 Atropine

Lecture 77 Azoles

Lecture 78 Barbiturates

Lecture 79 Benzodiazepines

Lecture 80 Carbapenems

Lecture 81 Cephalosporins

Lecture 82 Clindamycin

Lecture 83 Cytochrome P-450

Lecture 84 Daptomycin

Lecture 85 Depressants

Lecture 86 Doxycycline

Lecture 87 Fluoroquinolones

Lecture 88 General Beta Blockers

Lecture 89 Heparin

Lecture 90 Lithium

Lecture 91 Macrolides

Lecture 92 Metronidazole

Lecture 93 Migraine Medicines

Lecture 94 Penicillin

Lecture 95 Penicillinases

Lecture 96 Side Effects of Antipsychotics

Lecture 97 Sulfamethoxazole

Lecture 98 Sympathomimetics

Lecture 99 Treatment of Alzheimer's Disease

Lecture 100 Vancomycin

Lecture 101 Warfarin

Section 8: Pain Management

Lecture 102 Acetaminophen (Paracetamol)

Lecture 103 Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs (NSAIDs)

Lecture 104 Aspirin

Lecture 105 Opioids

Section 9: Diuretics and Fluid Manipulators

Lecture 106 ACE Inhibitor

Lecture 107 Acetazolamide

Lecture 108 Angiotensin II Receptor Blockers (ARBs)

Lecture 109 Fludrocortisone

Lecture 110 Loop Diuretic

Lecture 111 Potassium Sparing Diuretics

Lecture 112 Thiazides

Section 10: Brain and Spine Tumors and Cancers

Lecture 113 Adults Brain Tumors

Lecture 114 cancer terminology

Lecture 115 Childhood Brain Tumors

Lecture 116 Tumor Grade and Stage

Lecture 117 Tumor lysis syndrome

Section 11: Brain Infections

Lecture 118 Botulism

Lecture 119 Campylobacter

Lecture 120 E coli

Lecture 121 Human Herpesviruses

Lecture 122 Isolation Precautions

Lecture 123 Legionella

Lecture 124 Listeria

Lecture 125 Lyme Disease (Borreliosis)

Lecture 126 Measles Infection (Rubeola)

Lecture 127 Meningitis

Lecture 128 Pseudomonas Aeruginosa

Lecture 129 Rabies Infection

Lecture 130 SSSS vs TEN

Lecture 131 Staphylococcus Aureus

Lecture 132 Streptococcus

Lecture 133 Tetanus Shots

Lecture 134 Zika

Section 12: Ethical Principles

Lecture 135 Autonomy

Lecture 136 Beneficence

Lecture 137 Justice

Lecture 138 Nonmaleficence

Section 13: Miscellaneous Topics

Lecture 139 Abnormal Movements

Lecture 140 Antidiuretic Hormone

Lecture 141 Antidotes and Antitoxins

Lecture 142 Auto-antibodies and Auto-immune Conditions

Lecture 143 Chromosomal Defects

Lecture 144 Diseases Affecting The Shape of RBCs

Lecture 145 Genetic Anticipation

Lecture 146 Hemochromatosis

Lecture 147 Lead Poisoning

Lecture 148 Ordering CT After Trauma

Lecture 149 Otosclerosis

Lecture 150 Sarcoidosis

Lecture 151 Seizures Intervention

Lecture 152 Types of Hypersensitivity Reactions

Lecture 153 Weber test

Section 14: Case-Discussion

Lecture 154 Case #1

Lecture 155 Case #2

Lecture 156 Case #3

Lecture 157 Case #4

Lecture 158 Case #5

Lecture 159 Case #6

Lecture 160 Case #7

Lecture 161 Case #8

Lecture 162 Case #9

Lecture 163 Case #10

Lecture 164 Case #11

Lecture 165 Case #12

Lecture 166 Case #13

Lecture 167 Case #14

Lecture 168 Case #15

Lecture 169 Case #16

Lecture 170 Case #17

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