lesiontable - Nerves Vagus n. GVE Lesions Unilateral...

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Lesions Deficits Vagus n. GVE Unilateral Dec. insulin induced secretion of gastrin Esophagus & stomach SVE Unilateral Paralysis of soft palate, pharynx, larynx Dec. palatal arch on lesioned side Uvula deviates away from side of lesion Dysphagia, dysarthria, dysphonia, dyspnea Loss of gag reflex (motor limb) Bilateral DEATH!! Complete paralysis of pharynx + larynx (asphyxiation) Vocal cords stay closed If incomplete=choke/cough/dyspnea Elimination of carotid sinus reflex -rapid irreg heart rate GVA Unilateral Oculomotor N GVE EW Diplopia No ciliary constriction Trochlear n. GSE Trochlear n. Vertical diplopia Abducens n. GSE Abducens n. Lat gaze palsy Lat rectus palsy Internuclear opthalmoplegia Mid alternating hemiplegia Hypoglossal n. Hypoglossal n. Ipsi LMN tongue paralysis (genioglossus m) Inf. Alternating hemiplegia = anterior ventral medullary syndrome (with pyramid (CST) interrupted) Facial n. 1. Facial n. as it leaves
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