A guide to performing a focussed examination of a patient with suspected Parkinson’s disease in an OSCE setting.
A guide to assessing a patient’s level of consciousness using the Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS).
A clinical case focusing on headache, including history taking, differential diagnosis and management.
An overview of common gait abnormalities including hemiplegic gait, Parkinsonian gait, ataxic gait, neuropathic gait, choriform gait and antalgic gait.
An overview of visual field defects, including the lesions associated with each and the relevant anatomy.
This article provides an overview of the classification of stroke based on underlying pathophysiology and clinical presentation (Bamford classification).
A comprehensive guide to taking a history of loss of consciousness (LOC) in an OSCE setting.
An overview of cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) interpretation, including some worked examples to put your knowledge to the test.
An overview of the various causes of syncope, with advice on how to narrow your differential diagnosis by asking the right questions when taking a history.
A structured summary of the cranial nerves, providing key points regarding each cranial nerve’s course, function and clinical relevance.