Expert’s Comment concerning Grand Rounds Case entitled “Permanent twelfth nerve palsy secondary to C0 and C1 fracture in patient with craniocervical pneumatisation” (R. Kaiser and H. Mehdian, Eur Spine J; 2014: DOI 10.1007/s00586-014-3360-5)

An otorhinolaryngological approach to the assessment and management of a hypoglossal nerve palsy

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(Original illustration from Gray’s “Anatomy of the Human Body”, Fig. 794) [2]

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(Edited with permission, from original illustration—Gray’s “Anatomy of the Human Body”, Fig. 795) [2]

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Constable, J., Bathala, S. & McGlashan, J. Expert’s Comment concerning Grand Rounds Case entitled “Permanent twelfth nerve palsy secondary to C0 and C1 fracture in patient with craniocervical pneumatisation” (R. Kaiser and H. Mehdian, Eur Spine J; 2014: DOI 10.1007/s00586-014-3360-5). Eur Spine J 30, 385–388 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00586-016-4705-z

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