Central Nervous System

Review the physiology, pathology and pharmacology of the central nervous system with an integrated approach that emphasizes clinical-pathologic correlation.

In other organ systems, the approach to a diagnosis is chief complaint → differential diagnosis (organ > family of diseases > specific disease). In neurologic diagnosis, one starts by finding the chief complaint, but this is followed by anatomical localization and time frame to establish a differential diagnosis. The need to first localize the disease is distinctive to neurology.

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