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  hopkinsk - 06/18/17 13:16
 
  A 60-year-old male presented with a number of unusual signs and symptoms in the facial region. Among others, it was found that the right side of his face was flushed (red). Further testing revealed a lack of ability to sweat in the same cutaneous region. Which nervous structures were most likely implicated in this set of clinical abnormalities?

A. Cranial outflow of the ANS

B.Dorsal roots of cervical nerves

C.Gray rami communicantes of T 5

D.Sympathetic nerve fibers

E.Vagus nerves
 
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