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Neurological examination

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Abstract

Clinical examination is required to diagnose and localize disorders of the nervous system, and provide information on the severity of some disorders.

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Figure 1 Assessing the motor function of CN V. Reproduced from , courtesy of Laurent Garosi.
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Figure 2 The palpebral reflex. Reproduced from , courtesy of Laurent Garosi
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Figure 3 The response to stimulation of the nasal mucosa. Reproduced from , courtesy of Laurent Garosi
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Figure 4 Assessing the motor function of CN VII
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Figure 5 Evaluating the parasympathetic portion of CN X
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Figure 6 Paw placement. Reproduced from , courtesy of Laurent Garosi
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Figure 7 Hopping reaction. Reproduced from , courtesy of Laurent Garosi
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Figure 8 Withdrawal (flexor) reflex
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Figure 9 Patellar reflex
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Figure 10 Deep pain perception. Reproduced from , courtesy of Laurent Garosi
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Figure 11 Spinal palpation. Reproduced from , courtesy of Laurent Garosi
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Figure 12 Neck manipulation. Reproduced from , courtesy of Laurent Garosi

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