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Movements of the eye are produced by six extraocular muscles innervated by three cranial nerves: the oculomotor (III), the trochlear (IV), and the abducens (VI). These cranial nerves are discussed together because of the interrelated nuclear origins, neural pathways, and motor functions. The...
The optic nerve is a fiber tract of the brain, and is not a true cranial nerve. Primary pathologic processes seen in the central nervous system and its linings can therefore affect the optic nerve. Along their course the fibers of the visual pathways are also susceptible to secondary extrinsic...
We review the normal anatomy of the olfactory system with special emphasis on its extraaxial portions. Pathological processes affecting this cranial nerve are divided into those that do not require imaging and those that do. Processes in which patients benefit from imaging, mostly with magnetic...
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