Sample Type / Medical Specialty: Consult - History and Phy.
Neurologic Consultation - 4
Muscle twitching, clumsiness, progressive pain syndrome, and gait disturbance. Probable painful diabetic neuropathy. Symptoms are predominantly sensory and severely dysfunctioning, with the patient having inability to ambulate independently as well as difficulty with grip and temperature differentiation in his upper extremities.
Neurologic Consultation - 5
Approximately one and a half years ago, patient fell down while walking in the living room from the bedroom. At that time, he reports both legs gave away on him and he fell. He reported that he had some lightheadedness just before he fell and was slightly confused, but was aware of what was happening around him.
Neurologic examination sample.
Patient demonstrated mild cognitive deficits on a neuropsychological screening evaluation during a followup appointment for stroke.
Neuropsychological Evaluation - 1
Sample for Neuropsychological Evaluation
Neuropsychological Evaluation - 2
A neuropsychological evaluation to assess neuropsychological factors, clarify areas of strength and weakness, and to assist in therapeutic program planning in light of episodes of syncope.
Neuropsychological Evaluation - 3
Patient was referred for a neuropsychological evaluation after a recent hospitalization for possible transient ischemic aphasia. Two years ago, a similar prolonged confusional spell was reported as well. A comprehensive evaluation was requested to assess current cognitive functioning and assist with diagnostic decisions and treatment planning.
Neuropsychological Evaluation - 4
The patient is a 58-year-old African-American right-handed female with 16 years of education who was referred for a neuropsychological evaluation by Dr. X. A comprehensive evaluation was requested to assess current cognitive functioning and assist with diagnostic decisions and treatment planning.
Neuropsychological Evaluation - 5
The patient comes in for a neurology consultation regarding her difficult headaches, tunnel vision, and dizziness.
New Onset Seizure
A 2-1/2-year-old female with history of febrile seizures, now with concern for spells of unclear etiology, but somewhat concerning for partial complex seizures and to a slightly lesser extent nonconvulsive generalized seizures.