In order to visualize and analyse different segments of various cranial nerves
, right sequences must be used.
Pathologic conditions of the lower cranial nerves
IX, X, XI, and XII.
Ramsay-Hunt syndrome complicated by unilateral multiple cranial nerve
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In only one patient x-ray skull was abnormal who had bilateral 3,4, and 6th cranial nerve
The contents of the BS are adipose tissue, minor salivary gland tissue, parotid duct, lymph nodes, fascial vein, facial and buccal artery, buccal branch of the cranial nerve
VII, buccal division of the mandibular division of cranial nerve
Two main theories explain the disease to be due to an interruption in the vascular supply of the brainstem resulting in ischemia in the region of the facial cranial nerve
nuclei owing to an environmental, mechanical, or a genetic cause [3-5] or an embryological developmental defect in the rhombomere segments including the facial cranial nerve
nuclei [6, 7].
Neoplasms and the cranial nerves
of the posterior fossa.
Combined Vlth and Xllth cranial nerve
palsies: A clival syndrome.
Continued optimal glycemic control even during steroid taper normalized the cranial nerve
palsy by four weeks with complete resolution of orbital apex lesion after twelve weeks confirmed by magnetic resonance imaging .
Subsequently, he presented with multiple cranial nerve
palsies (from III to X cranial nerves
) and central spastic palsy (bilateral pyramidal tracts involvement), which may suggest a brainstem insult.