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Q: Which cranial nerve frequently impaired in childhood onset metabolic storage diseases

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Q: Which cranial nerve frequently impaired in childhood onset metabolic storage diseases

Post  Admin on Thu Apr 18, 2013 6:40 pm


Q: Which Cranial Nerve is Most Frequently Involved (or damaged) in Childhood Onset Metabolic Storage Diseases?
(a) Olfactory (I)
(b) Optic (II)
(c) Trigeminal (V)
(d) Acoustic (VIII)


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Post  koustubh.bagul on Sat Apr 20, 2013 1:19 am

B OPTIC

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Post  Admin on Sat Apr 20, 2013 6:33 pm

koustubh.bagul wrote:B OPTIC

Yes, you are right koustubh.bagul. Good job.
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Answer: Optic nerve (II)

The optic nerve, unlike other cranial nerves, are actual myelin coated projection of the brain, which makes them part of CNS. They are susceptible to CNS illness including Childhood Onset Metabolic Storage Diseases, Migraines and Multiple Sclerosis induced optic neuritis.

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