Multiple Cranial Nerve Palsies

James R. Keane
2005 Archives of Neurology  
To my knowledge, no large series of multiple cranial neuropathies is available. Objectives: To examine the seats and causes of multiple cranial neuropathies in a large group of inpatients. Design: Personal case series. Setting: Wards of a large municipal hospital and affiliated rehabilitation hospital. Patients: A consecutive series of 979 unselected inpatients with simultaneous or serial involvement of 2 or more different cranial nerves. Results: Cranial nerves VI (565 cases), VII (466 cases),
more » ... V (353 cases), and III (339 cases) were most commonly
doi:10.1001/archneur.62.11.1714 pmid:16286545 fatcat:7r2ah5ar2rgyxmx5azzs7ncssq