1. 06 Acoustic Nerve CN8

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    The Acoustic Nerve (Cranial Nerve 8) The acoustic nerve has two divisions: the cochlear (hearing) and the vestibular (balance). This video demonstrates the bedside technique for examining for hearing. Hearing is tested crudely by whispering numbers in one ear whilst blocking the other ear. If any deafness is found the tuning fork tests are then carried out. The details are outlined on Pages 26-27 of “Neurology in Africa”.

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    • 04 Trigeminal Nerve CN5

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      Video 4 04 Trigeminal Nerve CN5 The Trigeminal Nerve (Cranial Nerve 5) This video demonstrates the bedside technique for examining for facial sensation and mastication. Sensation is tested by comparing light touch at the same site on both sides of the face and mastication by resisting jaw opening and closure. The details are outlined on Pages 23-24 of “Neurology in Africa”.

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      • Anterior Cervical Discectomy and Fusion

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        This animation is a series of reusable, generic animation sequences demonstrating how a typical anterior cervical fusion procedure is performed. It is recommended that this animation be used in conjuction with a case specific illustration. The animation shows the “typical” procedure while case-specific illustration shows selected segments of a person's specific surgery. If you have questions or would like to purchase this animation, please contact Tara Rose at trose@medivisuals.com

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        • 09 The Hypoglossal Nerve (CN12)

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          Video 9 The Hypoglossal Nerve (Cranial Nerve 12) This video demonstrates the bedside technique for the neurological examination of the tongue. The tongue is examined by inspection at rest and on protrusion. The details are outlined on Page 28 of “Neurology in Africa”.

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          • 08 - The Accessory Nerve (CN11)

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            The Accessory Nerve (Cranial Nerve 11) This video demonstrates the bedside technique for examining for movement of the head and neck. Movement is tested by resisting head turning and shoulder elevation. The details are outlined on Page 27 of “Neurology in Africa”.

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            • 07 - The Glossopharyngeal and Vagus Nerve (CN 9 & 10)

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              The Glossopharyngeal and Vagus Nerve (Cranial Nerves 9 and 10) This video demonstrates the bedside technique for examining for movement of the palate. Palatal movement is tested by asking the patient to say “aah” and by touching the palate whilst at the same time inspecting the palate for movement. The details are outlined on Pages 26-25 of “Neurology in Africa”.

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              • 05 - The Facial Nerve (CN7)

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                The Facial Nerve (Cranial Nerve 7) This video demonstrates the bedside technique for examining for facial expression. Facial expression is tested by inspecting the patient’s face at rest, looking up, closing their eyes and smiling. The details are outlined on Pages 24-25 of “Neurology in Africa”.

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                • 03 Oculomotor, Trochlear and Abducens Nerves CN3, 4 and 6)

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                  Video 3 The Oculomotor, Trochlear and Abducens Nerves (Cranial Nerves 3, 4 & 6) This video demonstrates the bedside technique for examining eye movements. The three cranial nerves responsible for eye movements are tested together by asking the patient to follow the examiners finger as it traces a cross (+) or (H) sign in the air. The details are outlined on Pages 21-23 of “Neurology in Africa”.

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                  • 02 - The Optic Nerve (Cranial nerve 2)

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                    This video demonstrates the bedside technique for examining and testing vision and the pupillary reflexes. Testing for vision is comprised of three parts; visual acuity, fields and fundoscopy. Examining for visual acuity measures how well the patient sees and visual fields how well the patient sees in all directions. Fundoscopy involves inspecting the patient’s optic nerve and retina for signs of disease. The methods for eliciting the pupillary reflexes, the light reflex, the consensual response and the accommodation reflex are also demonstrated. The details are outlined on Pages 17-21 of “Neurology in Africa”.

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                    • 01 - The Olfactory Nerve (Cranial nerve 1)

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                      This video demonstrates the bedside technique for the testing of smell. The details are outlined on Page 16 of “Neurology in Africa”.

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