Foster kennedys syndrome tumor of frontal

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-Foster Kennedy’s syndrome-tumor of frontal lobe,ipsilateral atrophy & contralateral edema Hemianopia-loss of ½ vision Heteronymous-loss of different sides of vision Homonymous-loss of visual field from the some side Quadrantopia-loss of ¼ visual field Optical deficyt syndrome affection of: -optical nerve>ipsilateral blindness of eye -optic chiasma>heteronymous(medial portion of hemianopsia) -optic tract>contralateral homoanimos -cortical vision-contralateral quadrilatum Nervus Vestibulo-cochlearis Conducts equilibrium & auditory sensation to brain -cochlear branch conducts ipulses for hearing -=-vestibular-equilibrum -origin: vestibular branch-hair cells in inner ear;sensory cells are located-vestibular ganglion Cochlear branch of cochlea of inner ear;sensory located in spinal ganglion They enter cranial cavity through auditory canal & travel to junction of pons & medulla oblongata Examination: -Webers test-hit toning fork & aplly to midolline of head; in helathy-perception in both; if assymetry-deficit(patient hear vibration in contralateral) -Renne test-take fork & apply to mastoid proces; ask patient when stop sensing (in case of deficyt patient wanna put nearer ear) cornea, V2-nasal mucosa,gums,cheek,upper lip V3-tongue,lower,jaw,teeth V1-enter cranium via-fissura orbitalis superior V2-foramen rotundum>trigeminal ganglion V3-foramen ovale>trigeminal ganglion Examination:-ask patient to chew & close & open mounth (palpate masticatory mm.) move lower jaw in different direction-recording of disorders -palpation of foreamen when nerves leaves (pain sensation? Pathology: -epizodes facial intense pain- prospalgia=trigeminal neuralgia -affection of ganglia>ipsilateral anastesia;peripheral palsy of masticatory mm;herpatic rush in ½ face -affection of nuclei>affection of n.tracti spinates-anasthesia of superficial sensation in Zelchers areas Olfactory Nerve 3 neurons: 1st audineurons located in mucosa membranę of nose 2nd>axon>perforate lamina cribosa>cranial nerves>synapsę with olfactory bulbus 3st>forms specyfic olfactory triangle Examinations: -analyzer use special liquid for sweeling
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  • Winter '18
  • Jane doe
  • temporal lobe, motor cortex, Chorda Tympani, -chorda tympani, Nervus Facialis

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