Cranial Nerves: Morphology and Clinical Relevance.Anat Rec (Hoboken). 2019 04; 302(4):555-557.AR
This Special Issue entitled "Cranial Nerves: phylogeny, ontogeny, morphology and clinical significance" has been divided into two consecutive volumes. This second volume is devoted to morphology and clinical relevance. Articles in this volume examine these topics from a macroscopic point of view and with a surgical interest. This volume includes articles on oculomotor nerves III, IV, and VI and their course in the orbit; intracranial and extracranial views of the V and VII pairs; and branching patterns of IX, X, XI, and XII pairs with medical significance. Together, these articles provide a general overview of cranial nerves' gross anatomical organization, as well as improving on the knowledge necessary for clinical approaches. Anat Rec, 302:555-557, 2019. © 2019 Wiley Periodicals, Inc.