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  • cranial
  • Facial nerve paralysis is a dysfunction of cranial nerve VII (the facial nerve) that results in an inability to control the facial muscles on the affected side. (drchristopherzoumalan.com)
  • Jugular foramen syndrome, or Vernet's syndrome is characterized by the paresis of 9th-11th (with or without 12th) cranial nerves together. (neurocirugia.com)
  • In contrast to the majority of classic brainstem syndromes, the interpretation of Schmidt's syndrome (ipsilateral palsy of the IX, X, XI, and XII cranial nerves with contralateral hemiparesis) and Vernet's syndrome (ipsilateral palsy of the IX, X, and XI nerves with contralateral hemiparesis) is controversial. (neurocirugia.com)
  • They are sometimes addressed as crossed brainstem syndromes but also as syndromes due to multiple cranial nerve lesions without contralateral hemiparesis. (neurocirugia.com)
  • We conclude that historic descriptions and later publications describe exclusively patients with extracerebral lesions of multiple cranial nerves. (neurocirugia.com)
  • viral
  • The majority of patients recover within to weeks.Hembree.coronary artery diseaseIt may be caused by an infection or a series of infections most likely viral but genetic predisposition is necessary. (elviejolobogris.com)
  • Magnetic resonance imaging features mimicked other disorders of white matter and prompted preoperative diagnoses of Binswanger's disease (subcortical ischemic vascular dementia), unknown leukoencephalopathy, viral infection, or infiltrating glioma. (neurocirugia.com)
  • techniques
  • This comprehensive, richly illustrated book discusses traditional techniques as well as ultrasound-guided methods for nerve blocks and includes detailed yet easy-to-follow descriptions of regional anesthesia procedures. (neurocirugia.com)