Ace Your Neurology, Ophthalmology & Otology Classes and Exams with Picmonic: #1 Visual Mnemonic Study Tool for Medicine (MD/DO) Students
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Other Topics in Neurology, Ophthalmology & Otology
8 Picmonics to Learn | 19 mins
Between 3rd and 4th Lumbar Vertebrae
Supine Position After Procedure
Increased ICP (Intracranial Pressure)
Infection at Puncture Site
Neurovascular Assessment 6 P's
Cognitive Abilities Assessment
Mental Status Examination (MSE)
Collecting/Organizing Objective Information
Cognitive assessment tests
Mini-Mental State Examination (MMSE)
Montreal Cognitive Assessment Test (MoCA)
Inspect External Structures
Eye and Eyebrow Symmetry
Inspect Eyeball Structures
Examine Cornea and Lens for Cloudiness
Iris and Pupil Shape and Size
Pupillary Light Reflex and Accommodation
Deep Tendon Reflexes (DTRs)
Cutaneous (Superficial) Reflexes
Plantar Reflex (Babinski Sign)
Inspect Position and Symmetry
Inspect for Lesions, Drainage, Nodules or Redness
Inspect Opening of Ear Canal
HEARING ACUITY TESTS
Observe Rapid Alternating Movements (RAM)
Touch Thumb to Each Finger
Tests for Hearing Loss
Types of Hearing Loss
Conductive Hearing Loss
Sensorineural Hearing Loss
Tuning Fork Tests
Bone Conduction vs Air Conduction
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