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Ch 22: Neurological Disorders

About This Chapter

Watch this chapter's video lessons and review the texts to build or improve your knowledge of neurological disorders. Learn about common disorders and their causes as well as their impact on the human body.

Neurological Disorders - Chapter Summary

The short video lessons and texts in this chapter focus on neurological disorders that can affect the human body. Our instructors thoroughly and succinctly explain the parts of the body affected by neurological disorders and how such conditions are categorized. After you study and make your way through all of the chapter's lessons, you should be able to:

  • Identify causes of neurological disorders
  • List common symptoms and signs of neurological dysfunction
  • Identify the parts of the central and peripheral nervous systems
  • Categorize disorders based on their effects on the central or peripheral nervous systems
  • Describe the impacts of common neurological disorders

The engaging video and text lessons are led by professional instructors who use clear examples to make concepts easy to understand. Although the videos are loaded with key facts and terminology, they typically take less than 10 minutes to watch.

There are multiple ways to use the chapter's material to strengthen your knowledge of neurological conditions. After watching a complete video, you can go back and review key points using video tags. Lesson transcripts are another available study tool, and they may include links to additional text lessons that provide further information about important terms. You can also take a self-assessment quiz with each lesson to see how well you grasped the covered topics.

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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