Hypoglossal Nerve- there is a remote possibility that hypoglossal nerve damage can occur with Brachial Plexus injuries. This can affect tongue movement. Some people affect can experience pain in the back of tongue, numbness or tingling in the lips or tongue. Tongue movement can be affected depending on the severity of the injury and nerve roots involved (cervical plexus) i.e., displaced nerve roots, avulsion or stretch injuries. In Erb palsy this is a phenomenon more common in babies.

Hypoglossal Nerve- there is a remote possibility that hypoglossal nerve damage can occur with Brachial Plexus injuries. This can affect tongue movement. Some people affect can experience pain in the back of tongue, numbness or tingling in the lips or tongue. Tongue movement can be affected depending on the severity of the injury and nerve roots involved (cervical plexus) i.e., displaced nerve roots, avulsion or stretch injuries. In Erb palsy this is a phenomenon more common in babies.

Postop hypoglossal nerve palsy: maybe not uncommon http://aa2.me/1t3R8FZ podcast http://aa2.me/1vu4BYm or youtube http://aa2.me/1zlmLNp

Postop hypoglossal nerve palsy: maybe not uncommon http://aa2.me/1t3R8FZ podcast http://aa2.me/1vu4BYm or youtube http://aa2.me/1zlmLNp

Cranial nerves: I. OLFACTORY = smell.  2. OPTIC = vision.  3. OCULOMOTOR = pupil constriction.  4. TROCHLEAR = eye movements, (down & in).  5. TRIGEMINAL = blink reflex.  6. ABDUCENS = eye movement, (outward).  7. FACIAL = smiling.  8. ACOUSTIC = hearing & balance  9. GLOSSOPHARYNGEAL = swallowing  10. VAGUS = gagging & swallowing  11. SPINAL ACCESSORY = shoulder shrug  12. HYPOGLOSSAL = tongue movement

Cranial nerves: I. OLFACTORY = smell. 2. OPTIC = vision. 3. OCULOMOTOR = pupil constriction. 4. TROCHLEAR = eye movements, (down & in). 5. TRIGEMINAL = blink reflex. 6. ABDUCENS = eye movement, (outward). 7. FACIAL = smiling. 8. ACOUSTIC = hearing & balance 9. GLOSSOPHARYNGEAL = swallowing 10. VAGUS = gagging & swallowing 11. SPINAL ACCESSORY = shoulder shrug 12. HYPOGLOSSAL = tongue movement

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Postop hypoglossal nerve palsy: maybe not uncommon http://aa2.me/1t3R8FZ podcast http://aa2.me/1vu4BYm or youtube http://aa2.me/1zlmLNp

Postop hypoglossal nerve palsy: maybe not uncommon http://aa2.me/1t3R8FZ podcast http://aa2.me/1vu4BYm or youtube http://aa2.me/1zlmLNp

hypoglossal nerve lesion is TONGUE TOWARDS!! - but the upper motor fibers in the corticobulbar tract are different, if these have a lesion, the tongue goes away!

hypoglossal nerve lesion is TONGUE TOWARDS!! - but the upper motor fibers in the corticobulbar tract are different, if these have a lesion, the tongue goes away!

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Hypoglossal Nerve (CNXII) damage

Hypoglossal Nerve (CNXII) damage

Cleveland Clinic Head & Neck Institute one of a select few institutions offering hypoglossal nerve stimulation outpatient procedure for patients who do not tolerate CPAP.

Cleveland Clinic Head & Neck Institute one of a select few institutions offering hypoglossal nerve stimulation outpatient procedure for patients who do not tolerate CPAP.

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