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Branches of facial nerve: Temporal, Zygomatic, Buccal, Mandibular, Cervical (Ten Zebras Bought My Car or To Zanzibar By Motor Car)

The Path of the Facial Nerve Through the Temporal Bone and the Muscles of Facial Expression and Innervation by Cranial Nerve VII (Facial Nerve)

The Path of the Facial Nerve Through the Temporal Bone and the Muscles of Facial Expression and Innervation by Cranial Nerve VII (Facial Nerve)

Facial nerve

Find out more about the medical management strategies of facial nerve palsy and Bell's palsy.

The facial nerve, or the seventh cranial nerve has both sensory and motor functions. For sensory, it is involved with taste on the anterior 2/3 portion of the tongue. For motor, is controls facial expressions, as well as tear, nasal, and palatine glands.

Tumors along Cranial Nerve the Vestibulocochlear Nerve often damage the Facial Nerve, even if other things can cause damage to the Facial nerve as well.

Instant Anatomy - Head and Neck - Nerves - Cranial - VII (Facial nerve)

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The most common form of facial nerve palsy due to birth trauma involves only the lower part of the facial nerve. This part controls the muscles around the lips. The muscle weakness is mainly noticeable when the infant cries.  The newborn infant may have the following symptoms:  Eyelid may not close on affected side  Lower face (below eyes) appears uneven during crying  Mouth does not move down the same way on both sides while crying  No movement on the affected side of the face (severe…

The most common form of facial nerve palsy due to birth trauma involves only the lower part of the facial nerve. This part controls the muscles around the lips. The muscle weakness is mainly noticeable when the infant cries. The newborn infant may have th

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Branches of facial nerve: Temporal, Zygomatic, Buccal, Mandibular, Cervical (Ten Zebras Bought My Car).

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