5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- What is the role of the otic ganglion?
- Explain the function of the submandibular ganglion.
- Explain the function of the pterygopalatine ganglion.
- Explain the function of the hypoglossal nerve (CNXII)
- What is the structure of duramatter.
- a Chorda typani (facial) post ganglionic parasympathtics to the submandibular gland and the submental gland.
- b glossopharngeal (CNIX) sends preganglionic parasymphatetics to the parotid gland.
- c Behind maxiallary sinus. Postganglionic sympathics from greater petrosal nerve (facial) for parasympth. of nasal/lacramal/palatine glands. also branches of the trigeminal
- d Two layers:
1. meningeal layer (to tissue)
2. periosteal layer (to the skull)
The area in between the two is sinus where vein can travel.
- e Supplies muscle of the tongue. Especially the genioglossus muscle going from the tip of the mandible to the posterior portion of the tongue.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Falx Cerebri: divides the cerebral lobes
Tentorium Cerebelli: Divides the cerebrum from the pons- except for the tentorial notch w/ allows communication
- 1. Supraorbital notch
2. Infraorbital foramen
3. Mental foramen
- Has voluntary movement and parasymphthetic constriction of the eye. As such- synapse in the ciliary ganglion behind the eye and the to the brain. REMEMBER THIS SYNAPSE before going to the brain.
- Sensory- glossopharngeal
- On the side of the foramen magnum
5 True/False Questions
Explain the peripheral pathway of the CNI- Olfactory nerve. → Has voluntary movement and parasymphthetic constriction of the eye. As such- synapse in the ciliary ganglion behind the eye and the to the brain. REMEMBER THIS SYNAPSE before going to the brain.
What muscles are responsible for opening and closing the eye? → Opening- Levator palpebrae superioris
Closing- orbicularis oculi
Explain the internal acoustic meatus? → CN 7 and CN 8 (Facial and vestibulacoclear) leave the skull.
Explain the flow of veins in the brain. → Down posterior through superior saggital sinus of the falx cerebri. then through the transverse sinus of the tentorium cerebelli. then to the internal jugular vein.
What muscles responsible for adduction and abduction of the eye? → Adduction: Medial, Superior, Inferior rectus
Abduction: Lateral, superior, inferior obliques