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Further, case reports and series have noted higher rates of cranial neuropathy, such as facial palsy and paresthesia, among GBS patients with evidence of Zika virus infection, suggesting that the cranial nerves may be targeted by either virus or antibody (3,6-9).
Although the expected finding is congenital 6th and 7th nerve palsy, paralysis of the other cranial nerves may also accompany.
The healing of the cranial nerve paralysis within 3 months is almost a rule for diabetic ophthalmoplegia (26,27).
Ophthalmoparesis ensues when granulomatous inflammation in the cavernous sinus extends to oculomotor, trochlear, and abducens cranial nerves, whereas paresthesia of the forehead occurs with involvement of the superior division of the trigeminal nerve.
Third, 4th, 5th and 6th cranial nerve problems are seen in not only JS but also superior orbital fissure syndrome (also known as Rochon-Duvignaud Syndrome) and cavernous sinus syndrome.
Pathologic reports have demonstrated injury to cranial nerve 3 at its exit from the brainstem, from the superior orbital fissure, and at the tentorial shelf after herniation secondary to traumatic brain edema (9,10).
Computed tomography and MRI of the head showed no abnormality of brain parenchyma, ventricles, vasculature, optic chiasma or other cranial nerves.
Therefore, we could not speculate any specific Mental Disorder data by querying the Cranial Nerve Symptoms data.
Patients reported to have Garcin's syndrome do not always have unilateral palsies of all cranial nerves; thus, this syndrome was redefined as the presence of at least seven ipsilateral cranial nerve palsies.
KEY WORD: Cranial nerve palsy, Diabetes mellitus, Neuropathy, Fungal, sinusitis, Proptosis, Rhinocerebral, mucormycosis.
There was complete bilateral lower motor neuron 7th cranial nerve palsy in keeping with bilateral Bell's palsy.
Thoracic dermatomes were the most frequently involved, followed by 5th cranial nerve.
The first cranial nerve is the purveyor of our chemosenses, smell and taste.
However, the stent procedure was associated with a 55 percent lower risk of heart attack and 85 percent reduction in cranial nerve injury in this timeframe when compared with carotid endarterectomy.