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Anatomy Aortic arch afferent nerve!

During cardiac surgery, a patient suffers iatrogenic injury to the nerve which carries afferent signals from the aortic arch chemo-baroreceptors. A postoperative examination of this patient will likely show which new finding?

A. Inability to shrug shoulders
B. Deviation of tongue
C. Loss of afferent limb of gag reflex
D. Deviation of uvula
E. Difficulty in balance
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deviation of the uvula
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Its D.deviation of uvula
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