vestibulocochlear nerve

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ves·tib·u·lo·coch·le·ar nerve

 (vĕ-stĭb′yə-lō-kŏk′lē-ər, -kō′klē-)
n.
Either of the eighth pair of cranial nerves, each of which divides to form the cochlear nerve and the vestibular nerve. Also called acoustic nerve, auditory nerve.

vestibulocochlear nerve

(vɛˌstɪbjʊːlə ˈkɒklɪə)
n
(Anatomy) either one of the eight pairs of cranial nerves that supply the cochlea and semicircular canals of the internal ear and contribute to the sense of hearing. Formerly called: acoustic nerve
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Noun1.vestibulocochlear nerve - a composite sensory nerve supplying the hair cells of the vestibular organ and the hair cells of the cochlea
auditory system - the sensory system for hearing
cranial nerve - any of the 12 paired nerves that originate in the brain stem
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62%, P = 0.8968).[26] One possible explanation was that larger tumors might compress the vestibulocochlear nerve complex and lead to a lower radiation exposure for this neural structure.
An investigation for PFO should be considered in the history of cerebral, spinal, vestibulocochlear or cutaneous DCS, cryptogenic stroke, PFO or atrial septal defect in first degree relatives and current or past history of migraine with aura.
Vestibulocochlear (42%) and facial (41%) nerves are the most commonly affected ones followed by the other cranial nerves (2,3).
Herein, we report a case with MS with a very rare symptom; unilateral vestibulocochlear nerve involvement and aimed to emphasize the importance of electrophysiological studies in the diagnosis.
The acousticofacial bundle (vestibulocochlear nerve: CN VIII and facial nerve: CN VII), fundus of the internal acoustic canal, and anterior inferior cerebellar artery (AICA) were observed at the central compartment of CPA (Figure 3).
VR consists of a set of exercises aimed at stimulation of the vestibulocochlear, vestibulocervical and vestibulospinal reflexes to accelerate the functional balance recovery process [9].
These nerves are the acoustic (or vestibulocochlear) nerve (the nerve connecting the brain and the inner ear controlling hearing and balance) and the oculomotor nerve (the nerve connecting the brain to the muscles of the eyes).(4) ENG is used to determine the origin of various disorders that affect the hearing and vision problems.
It is where the inner ear is just one cavity and you don't have the vestibulocochlear."
Enhancement was also found within the cisternal segment of the vestibulocochlear nerve complex and the facial nerve on gadolinium-enhanced T1-weighted imaging (Figure, panel B).
Oculomotor, trochlear, trigeminal, abducens, facial, and vestibulocochlear nerve palsies are all recognised complications following spinal and epidural anaesthesia.
Works not focused on aspects of interest in the vestibulocochlear system were excluded.