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Cranial Nerve VII - The Facial Nerve - Ultimate Guide to Cranial Nerve Examination

Dr Gill Clinical Skills
The ultimate guide to the cranial nerves continues with cranial nerve VII, the facial nerve, this is the cranial nerve the requires we get the patient to pull a series of faces. Not merely for the fun of it, but in order to test the muscles of expression There are five branches to the facial nerve: - temporal - zygomatic - buccal - maxillary - cervical Each branch is examined in turn, with particular attention paid to the temporal region due to its bilateral innervation meaning its function is unaffected if that patient has a stroke, unlike the remaining CNVII branches ******* ********* For other cranial nerve examination explanation videos please loo1k here: Cranial Nerve Examination Demonstration: https://youtu.be/nLsv38ybGJE Cranial Nerve I - Olfactory Nerve: https://youtu.be/vWssH1ZAWs0 Cranial Nerve II - Optic Nerve https://youtu.be/6rELhtingO4 Cranial Nerves III, IV & VI https://youtu.be/-VoWWDFB_ys Cranial Nerve V - Trigeminal Nerve https://youtu.be/-RiulvMEzg8 Cranial Nerve VII - The Facial Nerve https://youtu.be/MZcti2MzjbY Cranial Nerve VIII - The Vestibulocochlear Nerve https://youtu.be/ZdxzfUazDL8 Cranial Nerve IX & X - Glossopharyngeal & Vagus Nerve https://youtu.be/f_hCm_vSOPE Cranial Nerve XI & XII - Accessory & Hypoglossal Nerve https://youtu.be/nt6CjHtl3oA ARE MEDICAL IMAGES CONTAINED WITHIN THIS VIDEO #CranialNerves #ClinicalExamination #DrGill #asmr #cranialnerve credits: UMN - https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:UMN_vs_LMN.png Spasticity - Clfekete Bells palsy - James Heilman, MD
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