Traumatic cranial neuropathies are often seen with fractures involving the skull base. They most frequently involve the olfactory and optic nerves at the anterior skull base or the seventh and eighth cranial nerves in the temporal bone. In this updated clinical summary, Dr. Richard Polin of George Washington University adds epidemiological and incidence data on traumatic cranial neuropathy.
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