Left Lateral Rectus (Abducens nerve) Palsy

This video shows a person with left lateral rectus palsy. On asking him to look to the left side, he can not move the left eyeball completely, and it stops in the middle. However, on asking him to look to the right side, both eyeballs move normally. Lateral rectus muscle is supplied by the abducensContinue reading “Left Lateral Rectus (Abducens nerve) Palsy”

Left Hypoglossal Nerve Palsy

Here you can see two images from a patient suffering from left hypoglossal (12th cranial) nerve palsy. In the first image, the tongue deviates to the left side (the side on which 12th cranial nerve is affected) on protrusion. In the second image, when the tongue is kept within the oral cavity, mild wasting onContinue reading “Left Hypoglossal Nerve Palsy”

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