Upper Limb Neurological Examination – OSCE Guide (New Version)

Upper Limb Neurological Examination – OSCE Guide (New Version)

92 Replies to “Upper Limb Neurological Examination – OSCE Guide (New Version)”

  1. For power examination of wrist extension, is it c6 or c7?? I thought that it would be the radial nerve which would be c7. Can anyone confirm this?

  2. 1:47 "We both know there is no way you are going to win this." Hahah thanks guys awesome video! ๐Ÿ™‚

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  4. Very nice, I am hoping all this will help me with my PLAB2 examination lol. Thank you guys for providing all these very beneficial videos. Great job.

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  6. You guy's have an awesome technique, can you do an explanatory video & some marking scheme stuff, so that a student should know which steps usually mean A-lot as far as marks are concerned.

  7. Hi – when you are checking for past pointing is the doctor meant to keep their finger in the same place throughout the test, or move it and see if the patient can still touch their finger and follow the movement?
    Thanks very much for these vids – they're really great!

  8. Great video, just some additives:

    – Ask about any pain in the shoulder, elbow or wrist before testing tone.
    – Look specifically for carpal tunnel and ulnar decompression scars at the wrists and elbow
    – May be good to add in functional power (pincer grip, aswell as getting them to undo a button etc)
    – With joint position sense (proprioception), the movements should be much smaller, almost discernible, otherwise you won't pick up a subtle loss.
    – Finger-to-nose test is debatably better than dysdiadochokinesis at detecting and distinguishing between coordination/ functional pathology, but I always do both.

  9. reference: 06:16 …………. the examiner shouldn't move his finger when the patient's finger is moving toward the examiner's finger, the examiner should change the position of his finger when the patient is moving his finger towards his nose.

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  12. Hi,
    I wanted to ask please: why do you need to test for both proprioception and vibration ? both of them are from the same spinal tract. Thanks

  13. Nice systematically done examination would have been better and more complete if all intrinsic hand muscles examined

  14. Wonderful learning video. A friendly comment that the medial aspect of the forearm is T1 and the medial aspect of the arm is T2.

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