neurological exam test

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  • FOCUSED NEUROLOGICAL EXAM:
    • Mental status:
      •  alert,
      • attentive,
      • oriented.
      • Clear speech,
      • fluent with good repetition,
      • comprehension,
      • naming.
      • 3/3 object recall at 5 seconds
    • Cranial nerves:
      • CN II – XII intact,
        • visual acuity grossly intact
        • visual acuity measured;
          • ,
      • ,
      • PEERL, EOM intact, visual acuity grossly intact, facial smtry
    • Motor
      • facial
        • symmetric upper and lower bilaterally
        • unilateral facial weakness
          • still able to more forehead suggestive of stroke
          • unable to more forehead, entire unilateral side of face is weak ::- suggestive of Belly’s Palsy but not 100% -:
          • left side weak
          • right side weak
      • UEs (on MRC scale):
        • 0,
        • 1,
        • 2,
        • 3,
        • 4,
        • 5,
      • LEs:(on MRC scale):
        • 0,
        • 1,
        • 2,
        • 3,
        • 4,
        • 5,
      • Deep Tendon Reflexes
        • bicapes:
          • `unable to illicit
          • 0
          • 1+
          • 2+
          • hyper-relfexic
          • ,
        • patellar:
          • unable to illicit
          • 0
          • 1+
          • 2+
          • hyper-relfexic
          • ,
        • babinsy:
          • dorsiflexon,
          • plantarflexon,
          • ,
        • ,
      • Gait:
        • steady, normal,
        • unstable,