painful oclomotor palsy

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painful oclomotor palsy

Post by puma » Mon Jul 11, 2005 9:01 am

I have a question.
What is the origin of pain in the oclomotor palsy?
oculomotor itself? tissue of oclomotor nerve? trigeminal nerve?

Is there any neurologist?

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Post by victor » Mon Jul 11, 2005 11:55 am

Oculomotor and Trigerminal nerve are included into 12 cranial nerve, which oculomotor nerve is called as nerve III and trigerminal nerve is called as IV nerve.
Oculomotor nerve is a nerve that control our eyes muscle to the right and left. It's located at the most bottom location of retina and ended in the eyes muscle.
Trigerminal like its name bearing three functions...I think it's grouped in the sensoric nerve while oculomotor is grouped into motoric nerve...

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Post by victor » Tue Jul 12, 2005 11:56 am

Oops..guess I made a little bit mistake yesterday..please apologize... :wink:
Nerve IV is throclear not trigerminal..it's located from the bottom of mencephlon and goes to the eyes muscles...its function is moving our eyes to the top or bottom. Nerve IV is the same as nerve III which is motoric type.
Nerve III or Oculomotoric is located from the bottom of mencephalon and goes to the eyes muscle, irises and retina. its function is moving our eyes to the left and right. Nerve III is motoric type.
Nerve V or Trigerminal is like as its name holds up three functions. it's located from the mencephalon to the eyes, nose and near teeth. its functions are for see (eyes), smell (nose) and move our tongue (near teeth). This kind of nerve is called combination nerve which combine sensoric type (eyes and nose) and motoric type (tongue).
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Post by chemistry_freako » Tue Jul 12, 2005 3:32 pm

Hmms is there a site for more reference with regards to this topic?
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Post by victor » Thu Jul 14, 2005 12:48 pm

What is that??I really interested in human anatomy.. :wink:
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