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corneal reflex


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A reflex closing of the eyelids when the cornea is touched or a puff of air is blown on to it, mediated by the fifth cranial trigeminal nerve (sensory) and the seventh cranial facial nerve (motor), often diminished or absent in people who wear contact lenses.

Subjects: Medicine and Health — Psychology.


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