Drugs by condition
This box: ... in no way exhaustive but aims to show some of the neurological
bases to hitherto psychiatric symptoms)
... However, it cuts both ways: traditionally neurological
disorders, like Parkinson’s disease , are being ...
... will be remembered later and that it will be remembered vividly. Flashbulb memory is one example of this.
Episodic memory damage
feature of autism is the ability to form semantic, but not episodic, memories ( Ben Shalom, 1993 ).
The label " Amnesia " is most often given to ...
Directed attention fatigue
... Directed attention fatigue ( DAF ) is a neurological
symptom which occurs when the inhibitory attention system , that part of the brain which allows us to concentrate in the face of distractions, ...
Extracorporeal shockwave therapy
... injections, oral anti-inflammatory medication, orthotics, physical therapy, etc.) without relief.
Contraindications for this procedure include: neurological
and vascular disease of the foot, history of rupture of the plantar fascial ligament, open bone growth plates, pregnancy, implanted metal in the area ...
... and lungs )
Abdomen and rectum
Genitalia (and pregnancy if the patient is or could be pregnant)
Musculoskeletal (spine and extremities)
(consciousness, awareness, brain, cranial nerves, spinal cord and peripheral nerves)
Psychiatric (orientation, mental state, evidence of abnormal ...
... which finally send the information to the brain . If the nociceptive neurons cease to receive information to pass on, they will instead send the neurological
equivalent of white noise , which the brain then interprets as pain. 
In cases in which a traumatic event causes nerve severance and also ...
... comparative anatomy of the brain across the several classes of vertebrates . In the same period Ramón Carrillo contributed novel techniques for neurological
diagnosis: he refined iodine-contrasted ventriculography, called iodoventriculography, and discovered signs in it for several diseases; developed ...