Introduction to Clinical Neurology

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About this course: An overview of the relevant aspects of the epidemiology, clinical presentation, basic disease mechanisms, diagnostic approaches and treatment options of the most common neurological diseases.

Created by:  University of California, San Francisco
  • Taught by:  Daniel Lowenstein, MD, Professor and Vice Chair, Department of Neurology

    School of Medicine
  • Taught by:  S. Andrew Josephson, MD, Associate Professor

    School of Medicine
  • Taught by:  Wade Smith, MD, Professor

    School of Medicine
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About this course: An overview of the relevant aspects of the epidemiology, clinical presentation, basic disease mechanisms, diagnostic approaches and treatment options of the most common neurological diseases.

Created by:  University of California, San Francisco
  • Taught by:  Daniel Lowenstein, MD, Professor and Vice Chair, Department of Neurology

    School of Medicine
  • Taught by:  S. Andrew Josephson, MD, Associate Professor

    School of Medicine
  • Taught by:  Wade Smith, MD, Professor

    School of Medicine
Language English How To Pass Pass all graded assignments to complete the course. User Ratings 4.9 stars Average User Rating 4.9See what learners said Coursework

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University of California, San Francisco The University of California, San Francisco, is dedicated to promoting health worldwide through advanced biomedical research, graduate-level education in the life sciences and health professions, and high-quality patient care. UC San Francisco is the only campus in the University of California system dedicated exclusively to the health sciences. UCSF's innovative, collaborative approaches for health care, research and education span disciplines across the health sciences and make it a world leader in scientific discovery and its translation into improved health.

Syllabus


WEEK 1


Neuroanatomy & Stroke



Welcome to Introduction to Clinical Neurology, offered by the University of California, San Francisco, on Coursera. This course provides a concise review of the most common and critical neurological diseases and conditions through a series of presentations by a variety of accomplished faculty at UCSF.


6 videos, 4 readings expand


  1. Video: Introduction with Andy Josephson
  2. Reading: Module1 Part 1 Information Page
  3. Video: Module 1 Part 1: Learning Objectives and Overview of Neuroanatomy
  4. Video: Module1 Part 2: Clinical Application
  5. Reading: Module 2 Information Page
  6. Video: Module 2 Part 1: Introduction, Epidemiology, and Hemorrhagic Stroke
  7. Video: Module 2 Part 2: Ischemic Stroke, Stroke Syndromes, and Transient Ischemic Attack
  8. Video: Module 2 Part 3: Stroke Treatments and Prevention
  9. Reading: Module 1 Lecture Slides
  10. Reading: Module 2 Lecture Slides

Graded: Module 1 Neuroanatomy
Graded: Module 2 Stroke

WEEK 2


Epilepsy & Neurodegenerative Diseases
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13 videos, 5 readings expand


  1. Video: Week 2 Introduction with Dan Lowenstein
  2. Reading: Module 3 Information Page
  3. Video: Module 3 Part 1: Overview and Electroencephalography
  4. Video: Module 3 Part 2: Brain Activity During Seizure
  5. Video: Module 3 Part 3: Seizure Classification
  6. Video: Module 3 Part 4: Patient Evaluation
  7. Video: Module 3 Part 5: Epilepsy Treatment and Summary
  8. Reading: Module 4 Information Page
  9. Video: Module 4 Part 1: Introduction
  10. Video: Module 4 Part 2: Epidemiology
  11. Video: Module 4 Part 3: Pathophysiology, Neurodegenerative Diseases & Dementia
  12. Video: Module 4 Part 4: Clinical Presentation, Neurodegenerative Diseases & Dementia
  13. Video: Module 4 Part 5: Diagnosis, Neurodegenerative Diseases & Dementia
  14. Video: Module 4 Part 6: Treatment, Neurodegenerative Diseases & Dementia
  15. Video: Module 4 Part 7: Future Directions and Summary
  16. Reading: Module 4: Case Study 1—Questions
  17. Reading: Module 4: Case Study 1—Sample Answers
  18. Reading: Module 3 & 4 Lecture Slides

Graded: Module 3 Epilepsy and Seizures
Graded: Module 4 Dementia and Neurodegenerative Diseases

WEEK 3


Altered Mental Status, Brain Death, & Central Nervous System Infections
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9 videos, 5 readings expand


  1. Video: Introduction with Wade Smith
  2. Reading: Module 5 Information Page
  3. Video: Module 5 Part 1: Introduction, Epidemiology, and Pathophysiology
  4. Video: Module 5 Part 2: Clinical Presentation
  5. Video: Module 5 Part 3: Diagnosis and Treatment
  6. Video: Module 5 Part 4: Death and Vegetable State, Future Directions, and Summary
  7. Reading: Module 6 Information Page
  8. Video: Module 6 Part 1: Learning Objectives and Bacterial Meningitis
  9. Video: Module 6 Part 2: Encephalitis
  10. Video: Module 6 Part 3: Cerebral Abscess
  11. Video: Module 6 Part 4: HIV Neurology
  12. Reading: Case Study 2—Questions
  13. Reading: Case Study 2—Sample Answers
  14. Reading: Module 5 & 6 Lecture Slides

Graded: Module 5 Altered Mental Status & Brain Death
Graded: Module 6 Central Nervous System Infections

WEEK 4


Traumatic Brain Injury & Movement Disorders
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7 videos, 3 readings expand


  1. Video: Introduction with Wade Smith
  2. Reading: Module 7 Information Page
  3. Video: Module 7 Part 1: Introduction, Epidemiology, and Risk Factors
  4. Video: Module 7 Part 2: Classification, Pathophysiology, and Management
  5. Video: Part 3: Concussion and Prevention
  6. Reading: Module 8 Information Page
  7. Video: Module 8 Part 1: Introduction, Hypokinetic Disorders Overview, Parkinson's Disease, and Parkinson's Disease Pathophysiology
  8. Video: Module 8 Part 2: Parkinson's Disease Clinical Presentation, Genetics, and Treatment
  9. Video: Module 8 Part 3: Hyperkinetic Disorders and Conclusions
  10. Reading: Module 7 & 8 Lecture Slides

Graded: Module 7 Traumatic Brain Injury
Graded: Module 8 Movement Disorders

WEEK 5


Headache & Backpain
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13 videos, 3 readings expand


  1. Video: Introduction with Dan Lowenstein
  2. Reading: Module 9: Information Page
  3. Video: Module 9 Part 1: Introduction
  4. Video: Module 9 Part 2: Primary Headache Disorders, Part 1
  5. Video: Module 9 Part 3: Primary Headache Disorders, Part 2
  6. Video: Module 9 Part 4: Primary Headache Disorders, Part 3
  7. Video: Module 9 Part 5: Secondary Headache Disorders, Part 1
  8. Video: Module 9 Part 6: Secondary Headache Disorders, Part 2
  9. Reading: Module 10 Information Page
  10. Video: Module 10 Part 1: Introduction, Epidemiology, and Risk Factors
  11. Video: Module 10 Part 2: Anatomy
  12. Video: Module 10 Part 3: Pathophysiology
  13. Video: Module 10 Part 4: Clinical Presentation
  14. Video: Module 10 Part 5: Diagnosis
  15. Video: Module 10 Part 6: Treatment and Summary
  16. Reading: Module 9 & 10 Lecture Slides

Graded: Module 9 Headache
Graded: Module 10 Back Pain

WEEK 6


Weakness and Neuromuscular Diseases
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7 videos, 2 readings expand


  1. Video: Introduction with Andy Josephson
  2. Reading: Module 11: Information Page
  3. Video: Module 11 Part 1: Introduction
  4. Video: Module 11 Part 2: Anatomy, Normal Function, and Pathophysiology
  5. Video: Module 11 Part 3: Clinical Presentation
  6. Video: Module 11 Part 4: Diagnosis
  7. Video: Module 11 Part 5: Management
  8. Video: Module 11 Part 6: Future Directions and Summary
  9. Reading: Module 11 Lecture Slides

Graded: Module 11 Weakness and Neuromuscular Diseases

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