This seminar presents the neuroanatomy and pathology of neuromotor disorders including the development of movement and posture, the visual-vestibular-cervical triad, and overview of the major CNS centers involved in neuromotor pathology.
1. Describe how movement & posture develop neurologically.
2. Define the importance of the occulo-vestibulo-cervical triad.
3. Identify the five major systems involved in cerebral palsy.
4. Define neurogenesis.
5. List the major types and grades of hemorrhages.
Level I Introductory/No prerequisite required.
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