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What does V1 stand for?

V1 stands for Trigeminal Nerve (fifth cranial, ophthalmic division)

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a California-based medical device company, today announced that the results of the first-ever pediatric clinical trial of external Trigeminal Nerve stimulation (eTNS (TM)) for the treatment of attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) will be presented at the American Psychiatric Association annual meeting in San Francisco on May 20, 2013.
a Fellow in the UCLA Department of Neurology, will present a case study in which external Trigeminal Nerve Stimulation (eTNS) was used successfully at UCLA as an adjunctive treatment of refractory status epilepticus on a patient who had failed multiple drug therapies prior to eTNS and was in a medication-induced coma.
5, the trigeminal nerve pair, relays "somatosensory" information such as pressure and pain from the face and head and also from muscles used in chewing; each half of the pair works on one side of the head, and each has three branches: one to the forehead, upper eyelid and eye; another from the lower eyelid down to the nose, cheek and upper portion of the mouth; and the third to the lower lip and jaw.
The prevalence of olfactory and trigeminal nerve sensitivity loss was significantly greater in the WTC-exposed group compared with a comparison group; individuals caught in the dust cloud from the collapse of the WTC exhibited the most profound trigeminal loss.