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The Cranial NervesThe Cranial Nerves
The 12 pairs of cranial nerves are parts of the pns and pass through foramina or fissures in the cranial cavity. All but one, the Accessory Nerve [XI], originate from the brain. Glossopharyngeal nerve
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Anatomy Exam Review QuestionsAnatomy Exam Review Questions
Name the Fossa that the following Cranial Nerves go through when exiting the skull. Glossopharyngeal nerve
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Cranial Nerve Tracts: Question/AnswerCranial Nerve Tracts: Question/Answer
How does the cn III – Oculomotor divide after the axons leave the Oculomotor Nucleus (lmn)?. Glossopharyngeal nerve
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Round. E. Superior orbital fissureRound. E. Superior orbital fissure
During examination the doctor determined the inflammation of the second branch of the trigeminal nerve. Through what cranial foramen does this branch come out? A. Spinal. B. Lacerated. C. Oval. *D. Round. E. Superior orbital fissure. Glossopharyngeal nerve
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Cranial Nerve Assessment cn I: Olfactory nerveCranial Nerve Assessment cn I: Olfactory nerve
Glossopharyngeal nerve
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I olfactory NerveI olfactory Nerve
There are 12 pairs of cranial nerves and because they are nerves, they are considered to be a part of the peripheral nervous system (pns). Glossopharyngeal nerve
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Dr. Henry writes about Bulbar and spinal polio Bulbar polio involved the brain stem where the centers for the cranial nerves are locatedDr. Henry writes about Bulbar and spinal polio Bulbar polio involved the brain stem where the centers for the cranial nerves are located
It was difficult to have a tracheostomy and still be able to tolerate the air tight collar of an iron lung. Death also occurred from the overwhelming invasion of the virus into other parts of the brain causing coma and death. Glossopharyngeal nerve
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Summary of the Fiber Composition of Peripheral NervesSummary of the Fiber Composition of Peripheral Nerves
The peripheral nervous system consists of 1 the cranial nerves, 2 the spinal nerves, 3 the autonomic nervous system. In the pns all of the nerve fibers come from nerve cells in only four different general locations. They are as follows. Glossopharyngeal nerve
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Neuroscience 1c Organisation of Brainstem and Cranial NervesNeuroscience 1c Organisation of Brainstem and Cranial Nerves
With the aid of diagrams show the approximate position of the following structures in the brainstem and state their function. Glossopharyngeal nerve
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What is the name of the VII cranial nerve? +Facial nerveWhat is the name of the VII cranial nerve? +Facial nerve
Glossopharyngeal nerve
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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. Glossopharyngeal nerve
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