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Involuntary, often rhythmic, oscillatory movements about a fixed point due to alternating or synchronous contractions of agonist (i.e. the prime mover) and antagonist (i.e. the opposition to the agonist) muscles.
Cranial nerve V; controls the muscles involved in chewing and is responsible for sensation in the face and head.
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Inflammation of the trigeminal nerve resulting in the inability to close the mouth (drop jaw).
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Inability to open mouth, usually due to spasm of the jaw muscles.
Cranial nerve IV; font-size: small;"controls downward and rotational movement of the eye.
A new growth of tissue in which the multiplication of cells is uncontrolled and progressive; also called neoplasm.
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