5 The protocol may additionally reinforce the function of the retinal photoreceptors, release intracranial entrapment neuropathies of the 3rd, 4th and 6th cranial nerves, strengthen eye-mind correlation, and improve synchronization of the left and right brain hemispheres.
What does CN6 stand for?
CN6 stands for 6th Cranial Nerve (abducens)
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- 11th Cranial Nerve (spinal accessory)
- 12th Cranial Nerve (hypoglossal)
- 2nd Cranial Nerve (optical)
- Carnosinase 2
- 3rd Cranial Nerve (oculomotor)
- 4th Cranial Nerve (trochlear)
- Clonal Borrelia Burgdorferi N40
- Cornwall Neighbourhoods for Change (UK)
- Community Network for Manchester (UK)
- 5th Cranial Nerve (trigeminal)
- 8th Cranial Nerve (vestibulocochlear or auditory)
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- 9th Cranial Nerve (glossopharyngeal)
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- Caisse Nationale des Autoroutes (French: National Motorways Fund; est. 1963)
- California Nurses Association
- Campus Numérique des Alpes (French: Digital Campus of the Alps; education)
- Canadian Nanobusiness Alliance
- Canadian National Anthem
- Canadian Naturopathic Association
Samples in periodicals archive:
Lateral haemorrhage and necrosis leads to deficits in the 3rd, 4th, 5th (1st and 2nd branches) and 6th cranial nerves.
The trochlear nuclei in the lower midbrain and abducens nuclei in the pons are the origins of the 4th and 6th cranial nerves innervating, respectively, the superior oblique (SO) and lateral rectus (LR) muscles.