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A 49-year-old woman is in an automobile accident and sustains a closed head injury. A CT scan does not show any intracranial hemorrhage, but
reveals a small tumor at the cerebellopontine angle of the brain. Which of the following nerves is most likely to be affected by this tumor?
A. Facial nerve
B. Glossopharyngeal nerve
C. Optic nerve
D. Trigeminal nerve
E. Vagus nerve
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D trigemenal nerve
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A 49-year-old woman is in an automobile accident and sustains a closed head injury. A CT scan does not show any intracranial hemorrhage, but
reveals a small tumor at the cerebellopontine angle of the brain. Which of the following nerves is most likely to be affected by this tumor?
A. Facial nerve
B. Glossopharyngeal nerve
[B][COLOR=red][FONT=Courier New][SIZE=5][COLOR=indigo]C. Optic
E. Vagus nerve


A: facial nerve is in the cerebellopontine angle
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Default Facial nerve is in CPA

Facial nerve
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