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This Teaching Syllabus is an effort to have an accessible source of basic Pediatric Neurology information for all interested learners of Pediatric Neurology. This syllabus will be updated, edited, and linked to other Web sites that to offer information and insight into Pediatric Neurologic Medicine. This is a starting point for a Web based reference to Pediatric Neurology for those taking the Emory Pediatric Neurology Rotation. This is not a substitute for a Pediatric Neurology Textbook. This web guide will provide an outline of topics with key points to assist in further study.
The Neurologic Exam
The Neurologic Exam
- The History and Physical
- Quicktime video NeuroLogic Exam by Paul D. Larsen, M.D., University of Nebraska School of Medicine and Suzanne S. Stensaas, Ph.D., University of Utah School of Medicine.
- Developmental Milestones and Disorders of Development
- Nellhaus Head Circumference Charts
- Early Puberty in Children With Neurologic Disorders
Evaluation of Neuromuscular Disease in Children
Presentation at the 1999 AAN by John T. Sladky, M.D.
Neuro-Genetics and Neurodegenerative Disorders
Disorders of Cognition and Language
Altered Mental Status and Coma
Seizures and Epilepsy
- Seizures and Epilepsy
- Status Epilepticus
Handout for the pediatric Acute Care Symposium. (July 11,2002)
- Pediatric Epilepsy
Handout about Pediatric Epilepsy by Dr. Larry Olson. (PDF Format)
- Febrile Seizures
- Benign Rolandic Epilepsy
- Neonatal Seizures and Febrile Seizures
Handout Prepared for the 6th Annual Georgia Epilepsy Symposium. November 3, 2001.
- Seizure First Aid Information Sheet
- Seizure First Aid Information Sheet: HSCH
- Seizure First Aid Information Sheet: Egleston EEG Lab
- Ketogenic Diet Information Sheet
- Non-Epileptic Paroxysmal Disorders
Pediatric EEG Basics
Drugs used in Pediatric Neurology Acute Renal Problems
Pediatric 2002 Acute Care Symposium lecture by Dr. L. Hymes, Division of Pediatric Nephrology, on acute renal failure. Information on management of hypertension and electrolyte abnormalities that can cause encephalopathy and seizures.
Pediatric Neurology Education
The Web-browser based format allows publication on the web so that an individual user can see what is available for review and also track what has been reviewed. The initial pages will be mostly text to speed downloading and provide basic information. Links to subsequent pages will add further details and depth of information for the more advanced learner and incorprate increasingly complex images and graphics. The ultimate goal (dream) is to develop some web interactive features that may allow surveys and data tabulation of input on aspects of Pediatric Neurology.
This teaching syllabus is intended as web-based collection of basic Pediatric Neurology information to be accessed by interested learners. This is not a substitute for or offer to provide Pediatric Neurologic care. Links from these web pages are provided to expand the content of this syllabus and to offer varied opinions about Pediatric Neurology issues. The author(s) in no way take responsibility for the ever changing content of the links or changes in medical facts and opinions that develop over time. Feedback is desired and will be reviewed, incorporated and updated as appropriate.