Hypoglossal nerve

Genetic testing

Hypoglossal Nerve Test

Fig. 14. Hypoglossal nerve lesions. A Left hypoglossal peripheral paresis. Note deviation of the tongue to the left. B Right sided hypoglossal paresis, in a patient with meningeal carcinomatosis. Midline of the tongue shifted to the right. C Amyloid tongue in a patient with multiple myeloma. Patient's subjective impression was, that the tongue was "too big"

Fig. 14. Hypoglossal nerve lesions. A Left hypoglossal peripheral paresis. Note deviation of the tongue to the left. B Right sided hypoglossal paresis, in a patient with meningeal carcinomatosis. Midline of the tongue shifted to the right. C Amyloid tongue in a patient with multiple myeloma. Patient's subjective impression was, that the tongue was "too big"

Somatic motor intrinsic and extrinsic muscles of tongue except palatoglossus Quality muscle.

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