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574 Possible Causes for Injury, hypoglossal, nerve

  • Blast Injury

    The hypoglossal nerve supplies motor function to the tongue.[] Blast injury to the lung is a potentially fatal injury.[] The thin skin paddle was used for soft tissue coverage of flexor tendon repair, median and ulnar nerve reconstruction, and metacarpal bone open reduction and internal fixation[]

  • Abducens Nerve Palsy

    […] year-old girl presented after a motor vehicle accident with multiple cranial neuropathies, including bilateral abducens nerve pareses and right facial, glossopharyngeal, and hypoglossal[] Impacted knife injuries in the maxillofacial region are rare and infrequently reported. In cases of injury involving orbit or eye, these reports are even rarer.[] The abducens nerve (cranial nerve VI) is known for its very long travel from the brainstem to the ipsilateral lateral rectus muscle, where it provides an important function[]

  • Optic Nerve Injury

    Hypoglossal Somatic motor - Movement of the tongue One of the most commonly injured cranial nerves is cranial nerve I the olfactory nerve , which controls the sense of smell[] The direct injury is characterized by the primary damage to the optic nerve through compression, avulsion or transection, while the indirect injury is seen after significant[] […] those associated with optic nerve injury.[]

  • Hypoglossal Nerve Palsy

    Signs and symptoms of hypoglossal nerve palsy are highly distinctive, the main feature being a unilateral weakness of the tongue.[] Cranial nerve palsies after gunshot injury are not uncommon.[] HNP can easily be missed at the time of injury and awareness of this rare complication may assist in early diagnosis.[]

  • Recurrent Laryngeal Nerve Palsy

    BACKGROUND: Iatrogenic hypoglossal nerve palsy and Tapia Syndrome occurring during intubation with the use of a laryngeal mask airway (LMA) cuff have rarely been reported[] RLN injury lasting more than 1 year was classified as permanent injury.[] The aim of this study was to assess the risk of recurrent laryngeal nerve palsy (RLNP) after thyroidectomy with routine identification of the recurrent laryngeal nerve (RLN[]

  • Paresis

    The most frequently injured nerves are the hypoglossal, lingual and recurrent laryngeal.[] The delayed onset of bilateral abducens paresis following head injury may vary according to the cause. There may be another mechanism of injury apart from direct trauma.[] Ipsilateral hypoglossal nerve (XII) paresis has never been reported as the first and only complication of malignant otitis external (MOE).[]

  • Eclampsia

    Isolated hypoglossal nerve lesions often reflect sinister neoplastic or vascular pathology.[] Our results demonstrate an increase in the urinary level of kidney injury molecule-1 and calbindin in PE, implicating their possible value as biomarkers of kidney injury.[] Depending on the clinical course, regularly check the patient’s neurologic status for signs of increased intracranial pressure or bleeding (eg, funduscopic examination, cranial nerves[]

  • Malignant Peripheral Nerve Sheath Tumor

    We present a rare case of MPNST of the tongue who presented with features of hypoglossal nerve palsy.[] The publisher and the editor(s) disclaim responsibility for any injury to persons or property resulting from any ideas, methods, instructions or products referred to in the[] […] rare in the trigeminal nerve.[]

  • Carbachol

    […] carbachol injections can be used to repeatedly trigger short (2-4 min) episodes of cortical activation, hippocampal theta-like rhythm, suppression of activity in upper airway (hypoglossal[] We investigated the protective effects of carbachol postconditioning (CAR-P) on acute gastric mucosal injury induced by hypoxia/reoxygenation (H/R) and its possible mechanisms[] Furthermore, to demonstrate impairment of unmyelinated nerve fibers in PNP, histamine induced vasodilatation was found to be more sensitive than SAR response.[]

  • Paralysis

    In the present report, we discuss the case of a 66-year-old woman with isolated unilateral hypoglossal paralysis due to cerebral infarction in the centrum semiovale.[] Acute posterolateral corner injuries of the knee with associated hamstring avulsions and peroneal paralysis are rare in rugby.[] All patients were admitted because of progressive peripheral facial nerve palsy.[]