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With a strong focus on the patient’s current physical and mental health condition, a neurology doctor, during a regular treatment plan, may also study and examine the patient’s medical history, especially his/her mental health history, strength, reflexes, health of the cranial nerves (including vision), and sensations. It is imperative that a neurology doctor determine the clinical localization of the abnormality and/or to just check if the problem is occurring in the nervous system. Surgery is an exception, so most of the neurological diagnoses are carried out

Neurology is the branch of healthcare science that deals with all the abnormalities and disorders of the central and peripheral nervous systems. The scope of a neuro doctor may or may not also include the blood vessels, coverings, and effector tissues. The scientific study of the human nervous system aids practitioners in gaining a strong footing in the field of Neurology. A neurologist may typically be involved in clinical trials, research, and translational or basic research. A branch within Neurology, called neurosurgery, is the division that supports the parent branch with its specialty. Over the years, a significant overlap has been observed between neurology and psychiatry, with the otherwise obvious distinction between the two functions constantly being blurred.

About Neurology

In both the in-patient and out-patient departments, a neurology doctor examines, diagnoses, and cures patients who are referred by other physicians. The starting point for any neurological treatment shoulders itself on two key procedures:

  • A thorough examination of the patient’s medical history (including both mental and physical health).
  • A physical examination focusing on the analysis of the person’s nervous system.