Anatomical consideration of the temporal bone as a pathogenesis of Bell’s palsy of individual segments of the facial nerve canal but also to view variable anatomic variations in the intratemporal facial canal. Some suggest that anatomical variation may predispose the nerve to inflammatory processes and also there can be peculiar Cited by: 5.
Anatomical consideration of the temporal bone as a pathogenesis of Bell’s palsy. Author links open overlay panel Jin Kim a Gu-Hyun Jung a See-Young Park a Seung-Hyun Ko b Won Sang Lee bCited by: 5.
The pathways follow by the facial nerve and the relation are very important and carry great significance for anatomist, neurosurgeon and clinicians in order to made accurate diagnosis and effective surgical intervention. The main anatomical consideration will be described in order to Cited by: 1.
Mar 13, 2013 · Nerve N. Anatomy is still a field rich in findings, and as regards the data collected so far, nothing can be taken for granted. There are many reference texts on anatomical dissection that demonstrate numerous variations in the human body.5–8 In humans, nerve N is composed of a small tract of nerves with nonmyelinated fibers. Unlike the other cranial nerves, nerve N lies in the most Cited by: 8.
11 Oliver J. Smith, Gary L. Ross, Variations in the anatomy of the posterior auricular nerve and its potential as a landmark for identification of the facial nerve trunk: a cadaveric study, Anatomical Science International, 2012, 87, 2, 101CrossRef.