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Diagnosis : Right hypoglossal nerve palsy



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25 comments:

amu said...

Lesion of CN XII (Hypoglossal Nerve) on the left side.

Anonymous said...

Candidiasis oral atrófica

Anonymous said...

Tarvive Dyskinesia

Anonymous said...

dental ulcer

Mostafa Ragab said...

Lesion of CN XII (Hypoglossal Nerve) on the right side.

Mostafa Ragab said...

if the hypoglossal nerve is affected the tongue deviates to the diseased side due to crossing of the muscles

Easystreet said...

Right sided lesion of CN-XII (Hypoglossal)

This is due to the extrinsic muscles on the unaffected side pushing the tongue to the affected side. As the patient in this picture has their tongue deviated to the right upon protrusion, they have a right sided lesion.

Asim said...

xii cranial nerve leision....

bjorknus said...

Paralisis del nervio hipogloso

eskulapee said...

facial paralisis

Anonymous said...

Lesion of CN XII (Hypoglossal Nerve) on the right si

Anonymous said...

Lesion of XII on the right

Anonymous said...

insult

Anonymous said...

Lesion of Hypoglossal Nerve on the right side.

Anonymous said...

lesion of the hypoglossal nerve on the right side

Anonymous said...

right sided hypoglossal palsi

AHMED said...

hypoglossal nerve paralysis

Lip said...

right hypoglossal nerve paralysis

Dr Eddie said...

Right sided lesion of N. Hypoglossus or left sided supranuclear lesion (it happens in 10% of cases, when nucleus of n. XII has only unilateral supranuclear inervation from the opposite side)

Veronika said...

9,10, and 11'st nerve impairment+ bulbar syndrome

Anonymous said...

Lesion of the hypoglossal nerve, right side

Anonymous said...

rt hypoglossal nerve palsy

Anonymous said...

facial pralisis

Anonymous said...

lesion of the Hypoglossal Nerve on the RIGHT side

Ahmed Tawfik said...

it's a case of Right hypoglossal nerve paralysis