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Chapter 7 - Cranial Nerve I: Olfactory Nerve

Richard L. Doty

Definitions

Clinical History

Anatomy of Cranial Nerve I

Sensory Receptors and Primary Neurons

Secondary Sensory Neurons: Olfactory Bulb and Projections

Central Connections

Neurochemical Olfactory Transduction Processes

Examination of Cranial Nerve I

Directed Neurological Examination

Associated Neurological Findings

Associated Medical Findings

Evaluation Guidelines

Clinical Syndromes

Anosmia and Hyposmia

Dysosmia

Hyperosmia

Dissociated Olfactory Function Syndromes General Management Goals Reviews and Selected Updates References

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