CN6

AcronymDefinition
CN66th Cranial Nerve (abducens)
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Neuroimaging (CT and MRI) findings of Mobius syndrome include hypoplasia of the pons or medulla with correspondent CN6 and CN7 hypoplasia, absence of the medial colliculus at the level of the pons, absence of the hypoglossal prominence suggestive of CN12 nuclei hypoplasia, cerebellar hypoplasia, depression of the 4th ventricle, and calcification in the pons in the region of the CN6 nuclei.
Diferencias de medias en los Conceptos de la prueba de Noviembre Conceptos GC1 GE1 MC1 ME1 DC1 DE1 t CN1 54 54 0,500 0,593 0,505 0,496 -0,962 CN2 54 54 0,315 0,444 0,469 0,502 -1,387 CN3 54 54 0,259 0,407 0,442 0,496 -1,638 CN4 54 54 0,500 0,630 0,505 0,487 -1,358 CN5 54 54 0,426 0,537 0,499 0,503 -1,152 CN6 54 54 0,222 0,315 0,420 0,469 -1,081 CN7 54 54 0,259 0,352 0,442 0,482 -1,040 CN8 54 54 0,111 0,148 0,317 0,359 -0,568 CN9 54 54 0,167 0,241 0,376 0,432 -0,951 CN10 54 54 0,093* 0,259 0,293 0,442 -2,309 Conceptos p COHEN CN1 0,338 -0,185 CN2 0,168 -0,267 CN3 0,104 -0,315 CN4 0,177 -0,261 CN5 0,252 -0,222 CN6 0,282 -0,208 CN7 0,301 -0,200 CN8 0,571 -0,109 CN9 0,344 -0,183 CN10 0,023 -0,444
Helen Sewell, 4A Newton Grove, Great Dimmow, Essex, CN6 1EF.