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Clinical examination of the cranial nerves

Clinical examination of the cranial nerves


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  • 1. Cranial Nerves Clinical Application Nick Harvey MemorableMedicine.com
  • 2. Why do we need to know them?
    • Head injuries
    • Strokes
    • Trauma
    • Surgery
    • Infections
    • Tumours
  • 3. What are they?
    • I – Nose
    • II – Eyes
    • III, IV, VI – Eye movements
    • V – Trigeminal
    • VII – Facial
    • VIII – Vestibulocochlear
    • IX – Glossopharyngeal
    • X – Vagus
    • XI – Accessory
    • XII – Hypoglossal
  • 4. Smell
  • 5. Vision
  • 6. Eye movements
  • 7. Oculomotor
  • 8. Trochlear
  • 9. Abducent
  • 10. Trigeminal
  • 11. Facial
  • 12. Facial Nerve Damage
  • 13. Bell’s Palsy
    • Facial weakness
    • Dry eye
    • Altered taste
    • Hyperacusis
  • 14. Vestibulocochlear
  • 15. Glossopharyngeal
  • 16. Spinal Accessory
  • 17. Spinal Accessory Damage
  • 18. Hypoglossal
  • 19. Hypoglossal Nerve Damage
  • 20.  
  • 21. What is the fifth cranial nerve? A: oculomotor B: trigeminal C: glossopharyngeal D: facial B: trigeminal
  • 22. What nerve stimulates tears? A: oculomotor B: trigeminal C: glossopharyngeal D: facial D: facial
  • 23. What is the fifth cranial nerve? A: oculomotor B: trigeminal C: glossopharyngeal D: facial B: trigeminal