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What is Nerve Flossing & How is it Done?

Cranial nerve XI (eleventh), also called Spinal accessory nerve, present in the upper part of the neck, is responsible for delivering signals to and from the trapezius and sternocleidomastoid muscle. Irritation or entrapment of this nerve can result in pain spread over outer (lateral) part of the neck over sternocleidomastoid muscles as well as

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Unusual insidious spinal accessory nerve palsy: a case report

Introduction Isolated spinal accessory nerve dysfunction has a major detrimental impact on the functional performance of the shoulder girdle, and is a well-documented complication of surgical procedures in the posterior triangle of the neck. To the best of our knowledge, the natural course and the most effective way of handling spontaneous spinal accessory nerve palsy has been described in

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Neurocranial Osteology and Neuroanatomy of a Late Cretaceous

Tidwell and Carpenter (: fig. 2A) identified an independent accessory nerve (XI) at mid-distance between the fissura metotica/jugular foramen and a single hypoglossal foramen. This is most probably incorrect as this stands out in sharp contrast with the general condition, in which the accessory nerve (XI) has joined the vagus (X) (see e.g., [44] ).

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Neurological Exam | Johns Hopkins Medicine

Cranial nerve X (vagus nerve). This nerve is mainly responsible for the ability to swallow, the gag reflex, some taste, and part of speech. The patient may be asked to swallow and a tongue blade may be used to elicit the gag response. Cranial nerve XI (accessory nerve). This nerve is involved in the movement of the shoulders and neck.

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Unusual insidious spinal accessory nerve palsy: a case report

Introduction Isolated spinal accessory nerve dysfunction has a major detrimental impact on the functional performance of the shoulder girdle, and is a well-documented complication of surgical procedures in the posterior triangle of the neck. To the best of our knowledge, the natural course and the most effective way of handling spontaneous spinal accessory nerve palsy has been described in

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MRI findings of spinal accessory neuropathy - ScienceDirect

Introduction. The trapezius has been described as a major muscular stabiliser of the shoulder girdle and back. Dysfunction results in loss of scapular stability and impaired function of the remaining shoulder girdle muscles. 1 The “shoulder syndrome” following injury to the spinal accessory nerve (SAN) is characterised by poorly localised shoulder pain, limited and weak abduction, full

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Pharyngeal plexus | Radiology Reference Article | Radiopaedia.org

Motor fibers of the pharyngeal branch of the vagus originating from the cranial part of the accessory nerve are described as acting as the major motor drive to the pharyngeal plexus 3,9,10 . Although, recently, discussion regarding the accessory nerve’s contribution has arisen on the basis of connections between the accessory nerve and vagus

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Neurological Exam | Johns Hopkins Medicine

Cranial nerve X (vagus nerve). This nerve is mainly responsible for the ability to swallow, the gag reflex, some taste, and part of speech. The patient may be asked to swallow and a tongue blade may be used to elicit the gag response. Cranial nerve XI (accessory nerve). This nerve is involved in the movement of the shoulders and neck.

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Unusual insidious spinal accessory nerve palsy: a case report

Introduction Isolated spinal accessory nerve dysfunction has a major detrimental impact on the functional performance of the shoulder girdle, and is a well-documented complication of surgical procedures in the posterior triangle of the neck. To the best of our knowledge, the natural course and the most effective way of handling spontaneous spinal accessory nerve palsy has been described in

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Pharyngeal plexus | Radiology Reference Article | Radiopaedia.org

Motor fibers of the pharyngeal branch of the vagus originating from the cranial part of the accessory nerve are described as acting as the major motor drive to the pharyngeal plexus 3,9,10 . Although, recently, discussion regarding the accessory nerve’s contribution has arisen on the basis of connections between the accessory nerve and vagus

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Neurological Exam | Johns Hopkins Medicine

Cranial nerve X (vagus nerve). This nerve is mainly responsible for the ability to swallow, the gag reflex, some taste, and part of speech. The patient may be asked to swallow and a tongue blade may be used to elicit the gag response. Cranial nerve XI (accessory nerve). This nerve is involved in the movement of the shoulders and neck.

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Summary of Cranial Nerves | Basicmedical Key

a The traditional “cranial root of the accessory nerve” is considered here as part of the vagus nerve. b The spinal accessory nerve as listed here refers to only the traditional “spinal root of the accessory nerve.” FIGURE 9.4. Summary of cranial parasympathetic ganglia. TABLE 9.1.

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Cranial Nerves | Boundless Anatomy and Physiology

Most of the fibers of the accessory nerve originate in neurons situated in the upper spinal cord. The fibers that make up the accessory nerve enter the skull through the foramen magnum and proceed to exit the jugular foramen with cranial nerves IX and X. Due to its unusual course, the accessory nerve is the only nerve that enters and exits the

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Imaging of cranial nerves: a pictorial overview | Insights

XI cranial nerve - Accessory nerve. The accessory nerve has both cranial and spinal roots . Cranial roots emerge into the lateral cerebellomedullary cistern, while spinal roots emerge from upper cervical segment of the spinal cord (from C0 to C5) and pass superiorly through the foramen magnum into the cisterna magna.

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Human nervous system - Vestibulocochlear nerve (CN VIII or 8

Accessory nerve (CN XI or 11) The accessory nerve is formed by fibres from the medulla oblongata (known as the cranial root) and by fibres from cervical levels C 1 –C 4 (known as the spinal root). The cranial root originates from the nucleus ambiguus and exits the medulla below the vagus nerve. Its fibres join the vagus and distribute to some

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Table of cranial nerves - Wikipedia

This nerve is involved (together with nerve IX) in the pharyngeal reflex or gag reflex. XI Accessory. Sometimes: cranial accessory, spinal accessory. Mainly motor Cranial and Spinal Roots Located in the jugular foramen. Controls the sternocleidomastoid and trapezius muscles, and overlaps with functions of the vagus nerve (CN X). Symptoms of

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