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An abbreviation for cupro-nickel. The abbreviation is used most frequently by coin collectors and investors to indicate coins made out of 88% copper and 12% nickel.
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40) Other complications of radiation therapy include inflammation of the external auditory canal and middle ear, osteoradionecrosis, cranial nerve neuropathies, and direct injury to brain tissue.
Recognizing that such diseases are caused predominantly by blood vessels compressing portions of the cranial nerves, Dr.
Idiopathic associated paralysis of the Xth and XIIth cranial nerves [in Spanish].
In 3 cases, partial resection of cranial nerves was performed to allow complete excision of the tumor.
The main surgical challenge is to preserve function in the lower cranial nerves, particularly in cranial nerves IX and X.
LeCompte's problems with the cranial nerves in her face began when she was 15 years old and a student at Pleasant Hill High School.
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.
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.
There was complete bilateral lower motor neuron 7th cranial nerve palsy in keeping with bilateral Bell's palsy.
The first cranial nerve is the purveyor of our chemosenses, smell and taste.