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Assessing the central nervous system versus peripheral nervous system

Let’s say you are a country doctor and do not have access to modern tests such as MRI, CT, etc. You basically have some simple tools including a reflex hammer, pinwheel, tongue depressor, cotton balls, and opthalmoscope. What tests would you perform to tell whether your patient has a central versus peripheral nervous system problem? Explain your rationale.
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Must contain an overview of the anatomy of the central and peripheral nervous systems.

Must include the gross function of the central and peripheral nervous systems.

Must include at least 2 tests each for the Central and Peripheral Nervous Systems.

Each test must include a detailed description, such as how the test is performed, normal and abnormal findings.

Must include a rationale for determining whether a problem is located in the central or peripheral nervous system.