|cranial nerves iii iv and vi||1.41||0.2||7475||44|
|cranial nerves iii||1.44||0.2||2243||94|
|cranial nerves iii vii ix and x||0.91||0.7||7858||48|
|cranial nerves iii iv||0.7||0.2||7960||79|
|cranial nerves iii-xii||0.32||0.4||4557||77|
|cranial nerves ii-xii||0.07||0.9||9624||26|
|cranial nerves ii-xii grossly intact||1.27||0.5||2803||55|
|cranial nerves ii and iii||0.6||0.8||1908||50|
|cranial nerves ii through 12||1.03||1||6784||72|
|cranial nerves ii through xii||1.94||1||9857||80|
|cranial nerves cn iii iv and vi||0.34||0.8||1860||35|
|cranial nerves iii iv and vi names||1.47||0.5||208||72|
If any of the three cranial nerves that control eye movement (3rd, 4th, or 6th cranial nerve) is damaged, people cannot move their eyes normally. Symptoms include double vision when looking in certain directions. If the 3rd cranial nerve (oculomotor nerve) is paralyzed, the upper eyelid is paralyzed.What are the symptoms of cranial nerve dysfunction?
Symptoms of cranial nerve disorders depend on which nerves are damaged and how they were damaged. Cranial nerve disorders can affect smell, taste, vision, sensation in the face, facial expression, hearing, balance, speech, swallowing, and muscles of the neck.What causes oculomotor dysfunction?
Oculomotor dysfunction, when a child cannot shift their eyes from one point to another for reading and tracking, occurs when these muscles are not coordinating properly. The causes of oculomotor dysfunction range from slow development in a child to disease or problems with the central nervous system.