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Cranial nerve exam: A cranial nerve exam is an inexpensive method of assessing the set of 12 cranial nerves that lie at the bottom of the brain and control sensorimotor function, vision, smell, and speech; visual acuity, visual field, pupils, eye movements, smell, taste, hearing, facial movements, and the gag reflex are commonly tested.
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