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Cranial Nerve Disord

Cricks Cranial Nerve disorders

QuestionAnswer
olfactory nerve anisomia (loss of smell)
optic nerve blindness
oculomotor nerve paralysis of eye / outward deviation of eye / ptosis
trochlear nerve head tilt / double vision
trigeminal nerve facial numbness / deviation of jaw
abducens nerve lack of lateral movement of eyeball / eye deviates medially
facial nerve facial weakness / lack of taste / dry mouth
vestibulochlear nerve deafness / balance difficulties
glossopharyngeal nerve lack of saliva / no taste from 1/2 posterior of tongue / lack of pharynx control
vagus nerve death (if major trauma) / lack of taste in throat, dysphagia
spinal accessory weakness of neck and back / dysphagia
Hypoglossial tongue deviates toward injured side of brain / dysphasia / dysphagia
Created by: russcrick