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Microvascular decompression is a nondestructive surgical technique for GPN, with rates of complete pain relief in the range of 76% to 97% and a lower cranial nerve complication rate of 3% to 19% (5, 9, 11).
The physical examination at admission was notable for dilated, asymmetric (5 mm on the right and 4 mm on the left), sluggishly reactive pupils; cranial nerve IV palsy; bilateral proptosis (right more than left); bilateral peripheral facial weakness; and proximal left upper extremity weakness.
On admission to our hospital, the patient had palsies of seven left cranial nerves, which satisfied the clinical picture of Garcin's syndrome.
Large size lesions may compress the optic chiasm area, causing nystagmus, cranial nerve palsy and visual field defects.
He said eye blinks could also be used to communicate with severely injured people as the eye blinks are controlled by cranial nerves.
Superficial siderosis describes the hemosiderin deposition on the surface of the brain, brainstem, cranial nerves and spinal cord following recurrent subarachnoid haemorrhage.
The status of cranial nerves III, IV, and VI was assessed by using extraocular muscles and cover test.
A more comprehensive physical examination revealed extensive lower cranial nerve palsies, involving cranial nerves VI, VIII, IX, and X, as evidenced by the collective manifestations of hearing impairment, hoarseness, and dysphagia.
It will be the first research of its type into Moebius which affects two cranial nerves.
This nerve is one of three cranial nerves that control eye movements.
However, spinal and cranial nerves, as well as sensory neurons, are often involved.
5) Vision is controlled by six cranial nerves, two of which are shared by other functions.
The bony facial nerve canal was left intact with intraoperative monitoring of the facial and lower cranial nerves.