Department of Oncotherapy - Szeged

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Director: Prof. László Vécsei

Neurology (final exam)

1. Spinal cord. Neurological localization.*

2. Muscular tone. Disturbances of muscular tone.*

3. Superficial and deep reflexes. Pathological reflexes.*

4. Medulla. Neurological localization.*

5. Pons. Neurological localization.*

6. Mesencephalon. Neurological localization.*

7. Cranial nerves. (except III., IV., VI.).*

8. III., IV., VI. cranial nerves. Pupil reactions.*

9. Brainstem circulation.*

10. Reticular system.*

11. EEG and evoked cortical potentials in the neurological practice.*

12. Frontal lobe. Neurological localization.*

13. Pyramidal system. Neurological localization.*

14. Differential diagnosis of central and peripheral pareses.*

15. Structure of the extrapyramidal system. Neurological localization.*

16. Parietal lobe. Neurological localization.*

17. Thalamus. Neurological localization.*

18. Temporal lobe. Neurological localization.*

19. Limbic system. Neurological localization.*

20. Occipital lobe. Neurological localization.*

21. Optic system. Neurological localization.*

22. MRI, PET and EMG in the neurological practice.*

23. Arteriography (DSA, CT, MRI-angiography) and myelography in the neurological practice.*

24. Doppler ultrasonography, CT and SPECT and receptor-SPECT in the neurological practice.*

25. Cerebrospinal fluid: production, circulation, resorption and its disturbances.*

26. Facial palsy.*

27. Supranuclear impairments of eye movements.*

28. Reflexes in frontal lobe damage.*

29. Disorders of consciousness.*

30. Cerebellum. Neurological localization.*

31. Aphasias.*

32. Clinical symptoms of the damaged sensory system.*

33. The functional anatomy and disturbances of the vegetative system.*

34. Neurovascular circulation.*

35. Indication of the lumbar puncture, laboratory investigations.*

36. Report of neurological patients. Evidence based medicine.*

37. History of neurology*

38. Principles of neurogenetics.*

39. Circulatory disturbances of the brainstem. Clinical symptoms.

40. Sleep and its disturbances.

41. Disturbances of extrapyramidal movements.

42. The pathomechanism and clinical symptoms of parkinsonism.

43. Treatment of parkinsonism.

44. Neurodegenerative disorders associated with parkinsonism.

45. Essential tremor. Wilson's disease.

46. Sydenham's chorea. Huntington's chorea.

47. Friedrich's ataxia.

48. Symptoms of thalamus syndrome.

49. Brain tumors. Clinical symptoms.

50. Symptoms of raised intracranial pressure.

51. Therapy of brain edema.

52. Meningeomas.

53. Gliomas.

54. Tumors of the hypophysis.

55. Tumors of the pontocerebellar region. Acoustic neuroma.

56. Clinical symptoms of intra- and extramedullary tumors.

57. Injures of the central nervous system.

58. Neurological symptoms related to the spinal column.

59. Classification of cerebrovascular disorders.

60. Transient ischemic attack.

61. Cerebral embolism.

62. Cerebral hemorrhage.

63. Treatment of cerebrovascular disorders.

64. Differential diagnosis of cerebrovascular disorders.

65. Subarachnoid hemorrhage.

66. Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. Differential diagnosis of bulbar and pseudobulbar palsy.

67. Syringomyelia.

68. Morphological anomalies of craniovertebral junction.

69. Progressive muscular dystrophy. Myopathies.

70. Myasthenia gravis.

71. Meningitides.

72. Encephalitides. Neuroborreliosis.

73. Polimyelitis.

74. Slow virus infections.

75. Brain abscessus.

76. Herpes zooster.

77. Clinical symptoms and diagnosis of multiple sclerosis.

78. Treatment of multiple sclerosis.

79. Funicular myelosis.

80. Syphilis of the central nervous system.

81. Classification of epilepsies.

82. Treatment of epilepsies. Epileptic status.

83. Etiology of epilepsies.

84. Classification of headaches.

85. Migraine and its pharmacotherapy.

86. Cluster type and tension headache. Pathomechanism and therapy.

87. Neurological consequences of alcoholism. Intensive neurology.

88. Dementias. Alzheimer and Pick diseases.

89. Normal pressure hydrocephalus. Cerebral pseudotumor.

90. AIDS related neurological abnormalities.

91. Neuritides and neuropathies.

92. Trigeminal neuralgia.

93. Pathomechanism of neurodegeneration.

94. Cellular disturbances in ischemia

95. Clinical neuropharmacology: drugs in neurology

96. Emergency neurology in practice

*1-38 questions of the semester exam