Cranial Nerve VII (Facial)
by Cathy Parkes September 07, 2023
The motor function of Cranial Nerve VII (Facial) can be assessed by asking the patient to smile, frown, puff out their cheeks, and raise their eyebrows. Movements should be symmetrical on both sides of the face!
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