Navigated dorsolateral suboccipital transcondylar (NADOSTA) approach for treatment of hypoglossal
nerve is the twelfth cranial nerve, and is a pure motor nerve that is involved in the movements of the tongue and infrahyoid muscles.
The sensors detect the inhalation effort of the thorax and transmit the signal to the IPG, which sends electric impulses to the hypoglossal
nerve through the electrode.
Other nerves can be involved, such as trigeminal NV (sensory), hypoglossal
N XII, and the rest of cranial nerves with their own numbers.
A fracture extended to the left jugular foramen and hypoglossal
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ImThera said that the THN3 Study (Targeted Hypoglossal
Neurostimulation Study #3) is a FDA-approved, randomized, controlled, prospective, multi-center clinical trial.
Physical examination confirmed a right hypoglossal
nerve palsy but other cranial nerves were intact and there were no signs of myelopathy.
One of the newest treatments for OSA is hypoglossal
nerve stimulation, in which a pacemaker-like device implanted in the upper right chest constantly monitors your breathing patterns while you sleep.
Postoperative transient hypoglossal
nerve palsy was present in three (1%) patients, of whom two were diabetic and one non-diabetic (p=0.
Anterior part of the occipital condyle presents a canal called as hypoglossal
canal or anterior condylar canal, whereas posterior to the occipital condyle, there is a depression known as posterior condylar fossa.
A novel implantable electrical stimulation device stimulates the hypoglossal
nerve, which activates the genioglossus muscle, thus moving the tongue forward to open the airway.