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  1. ... Circadian Rhythm Smith-Magenis Syndrome Cranial Nerve Diseases Abducens Nerve Diseases Abducens Nerve Injury Accessory Nerve Diseases Accessory Nerve ...
  2. ... C10.292...........................................Cranial Nerve Diseases C10.292.150...........................................Abducens Nerve Diseases C10.292.150.100...........................................Abducens Nerve Injury C10. ...
  3. ... C10.292...........................................Cranial Nerve Diseases C10.292.150...........................................Abducens Nerve Diseases C10.292.150.100...........................................Abducens Nerve Injury C10. ...
  4. ... Descriptor D011464 Epoprostenol Descriptor D013390 Succinylcholine Descriptor D020434 Abducens Nerve Diseases Descriptor D024042 Collagen Type I Descriptor D065227 Transfusion ...
  5. ... cranial nerve. This nerve is also called the abducens nerve. It helps you move your eye sideways toward your temple. Disorders of this nerve can occur with: Brain aneurysms ...
  6. ... lateral rectus muscle to abduct the eye. See abducens nerve palsy. Slowly progressive Weeks to months. Sodium valproate Medication primarily used to treat epilepsy and bipolar disorder and as a mood stabiliser. Squint head Asymmetrical ...
  7. ... being that, if the cause be in visceral disorder, and operating through the large connex- ion of the sympathetic nerve with the abducens nerve, both eyes should not be oftener affected. [ ...
  8. ... being that, if the cause be in visceral disorder, and operating through the large connex- ion of the sympathetic nerve with the abducens nerve, both eyes should not be oftener affected. [ ...
  9. ... being that, if the cause be in visceral disorder, and operating through the large con- nexion of the sympathetic nerve with the abducens nerve, both eyes should not be oftener affected. [ ...
  10. ... hemiparesie alterne. Rev. otoneur., Par., 1926, 4: 613. ---- Disorder. See also Ophthalmoplegia; Strabismus; also under names of primary diseases of muscles, nerves, &c. as Abducens nerve; Hemiplegia; Myasthenia; Orbit, Tumor, &c. Bielschowsky, A. ...
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