There is so much information that you need to know and memorise in medical school. Therefore, I believe that it is really important to have notes that are concise which summarise all the key aspects that you need to know to save time and be efficient - nothing more and nothing less. Here are my handwritten electronic notes that I made using different sources including lectures, books and research. They are the exact notes that I used to pass and score highly during my third year of medical scool. I hope you find them as a useful addition to your own notes and hopefully you will achieve the same :) 


These are the topics covered:


  • Neuroradiology.
  • Headaches and migraine
  • Syncope vs Cardiac disorders vs Epilepsy
  • Epilepsy and pseudo seizures management
  • Where is it What is it The entire nervous system at the bedside.
  • Management of ischaemic and haemorrhagic stroke
  • Brain and cord tumours
  • Tremors and Parkinson’s disease
  • The pituitary: neurology, opthalmology and neurosurgery
  • Motor neuter disease
  • ENT emergencies
  • ENT dizziness, vertigo and hearing loss
  • Investigations and treatment of cognitive syndromes
  • Functional disorders
  • Demyelination and multiple sclerosis
  • Muscles and neuromuscular junction
  • Sleep
  • Metabolic and immunological disorders in neurology
  • Tingling limbs/painful limbs
  • Posture and balance
  • Medical Cord Syndromes



  • Gradual Visual Loss
  • Sudden loss of vision
  • Red eye and trauma
  • Children and squint
  • Refractive error
  • Systemic disease and the eye
  • Neuro-opthamology


These notes were written to my best of knowledge during medical school. Please do not use them as an alternative to your own medical curriculum or to what you have been taught.

Medicine Year 3 Notes - Neurology Module Only