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254 Possible Causes for Jugular Foramen Syndrome

  • Basilar Skull Fracture

    Vernet syndrome or jugular foramen syndrome is involvement of the IX, X, and XI cranial nerves with the fracture.[]

  • Vagus Nerve Injury

    Jugular foramen lesions jugular foramen syndrome ( Vernet syndrome ) fractures involving the base of the skull neoplasms involving the base of the skull neoplasms within[] Paralysis of the recurrent laryngeal nerve can be due to central causes affecting the vagus nerve; nucleus ambiguous, bulbar and pseudobulbar palsy, jugular foramen syndrome[] […] the jugular foramen such as glomus jugulare , meningioma , and schwannoma vagus nerve mononeuritis 5 trauma infiltration by tumour primary tumours of the vagus nerve 6 vagal[]

  • Accessory Nerve Palsy

    Accessory nerve palsy can also be due to anomalies of the craniocervical junction, tumors at the foramen magnum, and the jugular foramen syndrome.[] Jugular foramen syndrome as initial presentation of metastatic lung cancer. J Neurol Surg Rep 2012; 73: 14-8. 9.[] JUGULAR FORAMEN SYNDROME (VERNET’S SYNDROME) AND ASSOCIATED SYNDROMES The spinal accessory nerve enters the jugular foramen accompanied by cranial nerve IX (glossopharyngeal[]

  • Glomus Jugulare Tumor

    A 59-year-old man presented with jugular foramen syndrome caused by a mass with roentgenographic and histologic features highly suggestive of a glomus jugulare tumor.[] syndrome.[] The presence of jugular foramen syndrome (paresis of cranial nerves IX-XI) is pathognomonic for this tumor, but it usually follows one year after the initial symptoms of hearing[]

  • Cavernous Sinus Thrombosis

    Involvement of the jugular bulb, which may cause jugular foramen syndrome. Cavernous sinus thrombosis, which may cause compressive symptoms with cranial nerve palsies.[]

  • Jugular Foramen Syndrome

    Jugular foramen syndrome Human brain(normal) inferior view showing cranial nerves Jugular foramen syndrome , or Vernet's syndrome is characterized by the paresis of 9th–10th[] Unilateral paresis of 9th-11th cranial nerves together is defined as jugular foramen (Vernet's) syndrome.[] The tumor was small and located entirely within the jugular foramen; the patient sought treatment for a jugular foramen syndrome.[]

  • Meningioma

    The history of neurosurgery is ever fascinating. The journey has been tedious; nevertheless, in the landscape of success and failures we have become more efficient and polished. Skills were learned, innovations were made, and in the process we evolved. The immense contribution of meningioma surgery in this[…][]

  • Tapia's Syndrome

    Synonym(s): jugular foramen syndrome[] Nomen jugular foramen syndrome Tapia-Syndrom Nomen jugular foramen syndrome Jackson-Syndrom Nomen jugular foramen syndrome Savant-Syndrom Nomen savantism Hand-Fuß-Genital-Syndrom[] Kallmann-Syndrom Imenica olfactogenital dysplasia Foramen-jugulare-Syndrom Imenica jugular foramen syndrome Tapia-Syndrom Imenica jugular foramen syndrome Jackson-Syndrom[]

  • Osteophyte

    Although rare, a posterior cervical osteophyte should be considered in cases of jugular foramen syndrome.[] This resulted in a jugular foramen syndrome in addition to delayed filling of the patient's right internal jugular vein distal to the osteophyte.[] Jugular foramen syndrome is a condition characterized by unilateral paresis of cranial nerves IX, X, and XI in the setting of extrinsic compression.[]

  • CHARGE Syndrome

    The authors experienced a case of CHARGE syndrome that displayed bilateral jugular foramen atresia and a collateral emissary vein.[] In addition, the authors reviewed the literatures pertaining to CHARGE syndrome.[]

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