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Old 07-23-2009
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Eye Cranial Nerves USMLE Question

60 y woman
right facial numbness
history of diplopia
PE decreased sensation, decreased messater power, decreased muscle strangth of all muscle at right side

corneal reflex will be:
a- consensual but not direct at left eye
b- consensual but not direct at right eye
c- consensual and direct at right eye
d- consensual and direct at left eye
e- no direct no consensual at right eye
f- no direct no consensual at left eye
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I'd pick answer E
She has lost her right Facial and Trigeminal nerves and perhaps others [the diplopia]!
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the answer is A
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The answer should be E taking in account the presentation and the functions of CN V and CN VII
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The correct answer is E
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the answer should be E
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