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CRANIAL AND AUTONOMIC NERVES 01 RT LEVATOR PALPEBRAE SUPERIORS PARALYSIS (TOTAL PTOSIS): Which cranial nerve is involved in the abnormality?
CRANIAL AND AUTONOMIC NERVES 02 SIXTH ABDUCENT NERVE PARALYSIS: Which eye is involved?
CRANIAL AND AUTONOMIC NERVES 03 FACIAL PARALYSIS: Which side of the face is involved?
CRANIAL AND AUTONOMIC NERVES 04 FACIAL PARALYSIS: Which side of the face is involved?
CRANIAL AND AUTONOMIC NERVES 05 CONGENITAL HYPERTROPHIC PYLORIC STENOSIS: Discuss the diagnosis and etiology of this condition.
CRANIAL AND AUTONOMIC NERVES 06 CONGENITAL HYPERTROPHIC PYLORIC STENOSIS (CLOSE UP OF PYLORIC VALVE):
CRANIAL AND AUTONOMIC NERVES 07 CONGENITAL MEGACOLON (HIRSCHPRUNGS DISEASE): Discuss the diagnosis and etiology of this condition.
CRANIAL AND AUTONOMIC NERVES 08 CONGENITAL MEGACOLON (HIRSCHPRUNGS DISEASE): Note the distended abdomen.
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