I received a VERY helpful email about how to change the audio here, to make it clearer for viewers, given the video was very new I thought it reasonable to make those changes and will hopefully now have better audio going forward :) Thank you !!
The cranial nerve examination is often one of the biggest fears when it comes to medical school examinations.
This neurological clinical skill is a real departure from the "standard" approach of inspection, palpation, percussion, auscultation, which can initially cause issues when this clinical examination is encountered for the first time. Thankfully, the twelve cranial nerves have a good flow, and with appropriate practice can easily be completed in a 10-minute OSCE station
For other cranial nerve examination explanation videos please look here:
Cranial Nerve Examination Demonstration:https://youtu.be/nLsv38ybGJE
Cranial Nerve I - Olfactory Nerve:https://youtu.be/vWssH1ZAWs0
Cranial Nerve II - Optic Nervehttps://youtu.be/6rELhtingO4
Cranial Nerves III, IV & VIhttps://youtu.be/-VoWWDFB_ys
Cranial Nerve V - Trigeminal Nervehttps://youtu.be/-RiulvMEzg8
Cranial Nerve VII - The Facial Nervehttps://youtu.be/MZcti2MzjbY
Cranial Nerve VIII - The Vestibulocochlear Nervehttps://youtu.be/ZdxzfUazDL8
Cranial Nerve IX & X - Glossopharyngeal & Vagus Nervehttps://youtu.be/f_hCm_vSOPE
Cranial Nerve XI & XII - Accessory & Hypoglossal Nervehttps://youtu.be/nt6CjHtl3oA
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