Andy Neil saves us here a bit, combining anatomy with clinical pictures beautifully. Here with the example of brain herniation.
If you learn best using videos, check out Medical Reel’s Neurology Channel on Youtube – they’ve collected the best neurology videos for medical students (in their opinion).
This neurologist has made a blog about what he talks about on his daily neurology team rounds. Gold.
This is in case you get asked to help a neuro resident/reg to do an LP.
And for some background basics in neuroanatomy – look at LITFL links.
Click here to watch a video on some common gait abnormalities (hemiplegic, parkinsonian, cerebellar ataxic, diplegic, myopathic, neuropathic “high stepping”, choreiform).