What is the diagnosis? Beckwith-Wiedemann syndrome  Hypoglossal nerve injury  Lingual carcinoma  Sarcoidosis  Vitamin B12 deficiency

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Damage to hypoglossal nerve
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Damage to the hypoglossal nucleus or hypoglossal nerve can cause denervation atrophy of the tongue, as seen in this patient. The patient had undergone right-sided radical neck dissection 7 years earlier for a malignant tumor of the right tonsil.
True Denervation atrophy of the tongue following the damage to Hypoglossal Nerve/ Nucleus. Paralysis of tongue due to its attachment to Medulla Obligenta is damaged.
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Yes case of hypoglosal nerve injury
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HYPOGLOSSAL NERVE. INJURY
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Hypoglossal nerve injury
Hypoglossal nerve injury
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Hypoglossal nerve injury
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Hypoglossal nerve injury
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Hypoglossal nerve injury
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