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In station three you are tested in your ability to conduct a cardiovascular and neurological examination.

You have a maximum of six minutes to assess your patient, followed by a minimum of four minutes in which you will need to discuss with the examiners your findings and face down their questions.

In this section we present videos of abnormalities of the cranial nerves.

Watch our videos then answer the accompanying MCQ’s.

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