Mouth Geniculate ganglion

Proprioception (pressure from sockets of teeth)Proprioception (pressure from sockets of teeth)
Trigeminal ganglion (pons ) Mesencephalic nucleus (midbrain)  decussates & ascends Ventral trigeminal tract (lemniscus)  vpm of thalamus  cortex. Geniculate ganglion
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The Seventh Cranial Nerve The Facial By Prof. Dr. Muhammad Imran QureshiThe Seventh Cranial Nerve The Facial By Prof. Dr. Muhammad Imran Qureshi
Gve: Fibers derived from superior salivatory nucleus and relayed in pterygopalatine and submandibular ganglia. The postganglionic fibers supply lacrimal, submandibular and sublingual glands. Geniculate ganglion
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Review of Spinal Nerves The pns is divided anatomically into two sets of nervesReview of Spinal Nerves The pns is divided anatomically into two sets of nerves
The cranial nerves (12 pairs): These are attached to the brain and use named foramen in the skull to go to and from their targets. Geniculate ganglion
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Nerve Course Major BranchesNerve Course Major Branches
Nasal septum, lateral aspect of nasal cavity. Geniculate ganglion
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Nerve/Origin Route BranchesNerve/Origin Route Branches
Axons of bipolar neurons form olfactory nerves which go thru cribiform plate of ethmoid bone and end in the olfactory bulb. Geniculate ganglion
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1 Olfactory Optic Ocularmotor Trochlear Trigeminal1 Olfactory Optic Ocularmotor Trochlear Trigeminal
Somatic Motor General somatic efferent, not from embryonic pharyngeal (branchial) arches. Geniculate ganglion
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All of the following statements concerning the glossopharyngeal nerve are correct except that itAll of the following statements concerning the glossopharyngeal nerve are correct except that it
B. contains fibers that conduct taste information from the posterior one third of the tongue. Geniculate ganglion
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An autonomic pathway from the central nervous system to the lacrimal gland includes a synapse in theAn autonomic pathway from the central nervous system to the lacrimal gland includes a synapse in the
All of the following statements concerning the orbicularis oculi muscle are correct except that it. Geniculate ganglion
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Cn I olfactory NerveCn I olfactory Nerve
These pass through cribriform plate of the ethmoid bone to synapse with mitral cells in olfactory bulbs. Mitral cell processes project as the olfactory tracts to the anterior perforated substance. Geniculate ganglion
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Neuro Cranial Nerves ReviewNeuro Cranial Nerves Review
In caudal medulla; as it moves rostrally forms hypoglossal trigone in floor of 4th ventricle. Geniculate ganglion
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