One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Each of the seventh pair of cranial nerves, supplying the facial muscles and the tongue.
- ‘The facial nerve, which supplies movement to the face, creates the most problems.’
- ‘Surgery can occasionally cause partial facial paralysis because the facial nerve is very close to the hearing nerve.’
- ‘Once the diagnosis of benign tumour of the facial nerve is made, a decision to either observe, decompress or resect the tumour must be made.’
- ‘Bell's palsy is probably a complication of this virus infecting the facial nerve which supplies all of the muscles of the face except the chewing ones.’
- ‘Loss of the facial nerve at the brainstem may not allow primary nerve repair and different techniques, such as hypoglossal-facial nerve anastomosis, are used.’
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