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doctor1 MD

Yes thank you But you say 4th cranial nerve damage can be due to broken nasal bones. Like being hit across the face ? ...

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the opinion was 4 th cranial nerve trochlear nerve involvement on the right side, which just so happens to be the opposite side of my fractures in the past. question ?What do you think would be the cause of my 4 th.nerve ...

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that it can cause nerve damage to the cranial nerve . i was wondering if it is likely to be permanent damage ... happened? my GP has me on a round of predisone for a week as he thinks th damage could be from cranial ...

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It's like the 5th cranial nerve is trying to 'rejuvinate' it having been trimmed some 20 years ago for tic doloreux on the left side of my face which is where the 'tingling' occurs at night - enough ...

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Can an ENT perform cranial nerve decompression surgery? ...

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by the otologist he damaged my 8th cranial nerve now i m not able to hear anything and i m feeling ringing in my right ear. is there any treatment for my damaged nerve please help me i m living a miserable life. ...

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I have been diagnosed with 8th cranial nerve damage and suffer from tinnitus, hearing loss ... that the vertigo is being caused by the 8th cranial nerve damage. He determined this through battery of test ...

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I am 75 my cranial nerves 5 7 8 10 12are pressed by dolichoectatic vertebro basilar vessels Hence my left eye is aiways twitching and Icannot talk properly Please advice ...

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I had an MRI the other day and they found a shadow on my cranial nerves. I believe it was around cranial nerves 4,6,7, and 8. I have an appointment to see a neurologist Wednesday and I am freaking out. I ...

doctor1 MD

Hi, may I answer your health queries right now ? Please type your query here...i have several disc and prot. to the c2/3 and a funsion done on the c4/5/6, and i know there is some nerve damage ...

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a medical strabismus on his left eye. Q 1. what is strabismus? Q 2. Which cranial nerve was damaged to cause ...

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Hello. I am a pharmacist, not a physician. Can you explain to me how cranial nerves VIII and VII are mapped or identified, to prevent damage when using cyber knife to remove a vestibular schwannoma in a 70 ...

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g.m sir,from past 2 years my father is suffering from cranial nerves palsy...we have shown in almost 12 lading hospital in india.and top neurologist of india..but no people could tell me why ...

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Hi, I perform cutaneous surgery regularly in the office and am always concerned re risk of facial nerve damage when removing moles seb cysts bcc,s etc. My question is how superficial are the cnvii ...

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I have been having trouble for 6 weeks. First symptom was my left eye was frozen midline with diagnosis of cranial nerve paralysis with associated diplopia. I have no thyroid since 2011 disected totally ...

Mobile Questions and Answers

doctor1 MD

Hello Hearing loss is because of involvement of the 8th cranial nerve, whereas twitching of the eyelids is because of irritation of the 7th cranial nerve. The 7th nerve traverses through the ear hence these two can be related and require evaluation to find out the diseases which affect the nerves. Thank you

doctor1 MD

hello , you are suffering from a reflex known as vagal reflex, which is due to stimulation of the vagus cranial nerve during urination, this can be easily managed, please meet your doctor for the same. thanks

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if there is a lesion in the cavernous sinus then it can be a hemagioma which would require a surgical removal else it can affect face, eyesight and fifth ,sixth, eighth cranial nerve distribution. regards