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Neurological Focal Deficits: 10’S Cheat Sheet by

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A focal neurologic deficit is a problem with nerve, spinal cord, or brain function. It affects a specific location, such as the left side of the face, right arm, or even a small area such as the tongue. Speech, vision, and hearing problems are also considered focal neurol­ogical deficits. The type, location, and severity of the problem can indicate which area of the brain or nervous system is affected.

Neurol­ogical Defici­encies

Sugar (hypo, hyper)
Se­izure (Todd’s paralysis)
Su­bdural hematoma
Su­bar­achnoid hemorrhage
Space occupying lesion (tumor, avm, aneurysm, abscess)
Spinal cord syndromes
So­mat­oform (conve­rsion reaction
Sc­lerosis (MS)
Some migraines

Neurol­ogical Defici­encies

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