Though previously this page held a massive table of cranial nerve information "to simplify revision", it has been re-dedicated to the clinical examination of the cranial nerves. It therefore presents a summary of the steps taken to perform a thorough cranial nerve exam, and has greatest bearing for the hot cases of the CICM fellowship. In the SAQs one also frequently finds gaze palsies and cranial nerve signs. Given the college's tendency to ask about cranial nerve signs, familiarity with this material seems essential - its easy marks, and rapidly earned. Not to mention the enhancement of one's clinical abilities, and whatnot.