15.7 Neurological Problems

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Red flag symptoms: Loss of consciousness

Red flag symptoms to look out for in presentations of loss of consciousness, including...

Red flag symptoms - Hallucinations

Hallucinations may have benign or more serious causes. Dr Suneeta Kochhar outlines...

Red flag symptoms - Tremor

Symptoms of tremor may be physiological or pathological and can display varying degrees...

Red flag symptoms: Dizziness

Dr Suneeta Kochhar explains how to spot serious causes of dizziness.

Red flag symptoms: Headaches in children

The causes of headache in children and how to assess them to make decisions about...

GPs delivering late-stage dementia care denied specialist support

GPs are being forced to play the main role in caring for patients with late-stage...

Draft NICE neurological advice could benefit 34m GP consultations

NICE has launched draft guidance to support GPs in treating patient with neurological...

Multiple sclerosis: clinical review

This article, updated by Dr Wallace Brownlee, discusses how to make a diagnosis of...

Paediatric medicine - Cerebral palsy

Diagnosis and management of cerebral palsy, including recognising signs in infants...

Epilepsy - Clinical review

How to identify, assess and manage epilepsy, and differentiate it from other neurological...

Clinical Review: Transient ischaemic attack

The WHO definition of TIA is based on a clinical diagnosis with focal neurological...

Clinical Review: Delirium

The term 'delirium' was first used as early as the first century AD to describe mental...

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