|Common cases in cranial nerve
(click on the case or condition for description and question)
|In the final examination, you may
be asked to perform a full cranial nerve examination to show your fluency
such examination. More commonly you may be asked to test one particular cranial nerve after you have elicited
some ocular signs. For example:
(This is because sphenoidal ridge meningioma can give rise to Foster-Kennedy's Syndrome and
infiltration of the basal skull as in nasopharyngeal carcinoma.
this subject well. It is not enough to diagnose it, you need to show your ability to look for the cause, the level
of the lesion and the risk to the cornea.
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