Galens classification of the cranial nerves table 1 notably excluding the olfactory nerves was composed of seven pairs where it is interesting to note that the sixth pair included the glossopharyngeal vagus and accessory nerves all travelling through the jugular foramen clarke and jacyna 1987 the cranial nerves were essentially identified numbered and characterized based on the opening through which they exited the skull base our knowledge of the cranial nerves became more . Clinical anatomy of the cranial nerves combines anatomical knowledge pathology clinical examination and explanation of clinical findings drawing together material typically scattered throughout anatomical textbooks all of the pertinent anatomical topics are conveniently organized to instruct on anatomy but also on how to examine the functioning of this anatomy in the patient providing a clear and succinct presentation of the underlying anatomy with directly related applications of . Clinical anatomy of the cranial nerves clinical anatomy of the cranial nerves clin anat 2014 jan2712 3 doi 101002 ca22365 authors mohammadali m shoja 1 nelson m oyesiku affiliation 1 section of pediatric neurosurgery childrens hospital birmingham al usa pmid 24343774 doi 10 . The title of our book the clinical anatomy of the cranial nerves the nerves of on old olympus towering top is derived from a mnemonic that virtually all clinicians learn to remember the numbers associated with each of the cranial nerves see introduction chapter
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