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Number of items: 17.

Acute management of suspected spinal injury

Slides accompanying lecture on the assessment and systemic effects of spinal cord injury

Anatomy and pathology of head injury

Slides accompanying session on the anatomy and pathology for intracranial haemorrhage, diffuse axonal injury and contusions, and ischaemia/hypoxia

Anti-convulsant drugs (anti-epileptics)

Slides accompanying lecture covering: types of epilepsy; stages of epilepsy; drug treatment for epilepsy

Assessment of the patient with head injury

Slides accompanying lecture exploring a head injury case study

Autoregulation of cerebral blood flow

Slides accompanying lecture on autoregulation and treating raised ICP


Slides accompanying lecture covering: the basic anatomy of the brainstem; common clinical lesion sites; correlating cranial nerve functions to brainstem reflexes

Brainstem and cranial nerve anatomy

Slides accompanying lecture on the anatomy of the brainstem and the cranial nerves

Cranial nerve examination

Handout by Dr Sue Frye


Slides accompanying lecture on the demographics, definitions, classifications and management of epilepsy

Nerve cells and response to injury

Slides accompanying lecture covering: neuroglia in the CNS and PNS; nerve cell injury; types of neuronal damage; degeneration and regeneration

Rehabilitation after head injury

Slides accompanying lecture describing the rehabilitation process for head injuries

Skull and meninges

Slides accompanying lecture on the anatomy of head injury

Spinal Cord Injury Lecture

Lecture from Mr Bandi

Spinal cord

Slides accompanying lecture reviewing spinal cord anatomy and pathways, and relating this to spinal cord injury

Spinal cord - clinically relevant anatomy

Slides accompanying lecture on the anatomy of the spinal cord

Spinal imaging interpretation for the non-radiologist

Slides describing the available spinal imaging modalities and their common clinical indications; the pros and cons of each modality; the typical appearance of normal spinal anatomy and common pathologic findings

Summary of the known major neurotransmitters

Table explaining the function of the main neurotransmitters, the effect of deficit and surplus for each, and how drugs can effect synaptic transmission

This list was generated on Tue May 17 12:56:44 2022 BST.