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Name four subdivisions of the peripheral nervous system.

Cranial nerves, spinal nerves, ANS, ENS

1

Name five special senses.

Taste, olfaction, vision, hearing, and balance

2

The nervous system is divided functionally into the ____ and the ____ or ____ and ____.

SNS & ANS or efferent & afferent

3

Name the structural and functional unit of the nervous system.

Neurons

4

Which is a correct description of neuroglia?
A. They are less than the neurons in number.
B. They are excitable cells.
C. They support the neurons.
D. They are supported by the neurons.

C. They support the neurons.

5

In the PNS, neuroglia include:
A. Ependymal cells
B. Neurolemma cells
C. Astrocytes
D. Oligodendroglia

B. Neurolemma cells

6

Schwann cell is also called:
A. Satellite cell
B. Neuroglia cell
C. Neurolemma cell
D. Ependymal cell

C. Neurolemma cell

7

Th cranial ventricles are lined by
A. Oligodendroglia cells
B. Ependymal cells
C. Astrocytes
D. Satellite cells

B. Ependymal cells

8

A collection of nerve cells in the CNS is known as:
A. Nucleus
B. Plexus
C. Ganglion
D. Tract

A. Nucleus

9

The white matter in the CNS includes:
A. Cranial nucleus
B. Dorsal horn of the spinal cord
C. Cranial tract
D. Ventral horn of the spinal cord

C. Cranial tract

10

The meninges include _____, _____, and _____.

Pia mater
Arachnoid mater
Dura mater

11

Name the layer that provides an effective barrier of nerve fibers.

Perineurium

12

The endoneurium surrounds the axon and the ______ cell.

Neurolemma

13

Name the two types of ganglia in function.

Autonomic (visceral motor)
Sensory

14

Name the structure which carries impulses away from the nerve cell body.

Axon

15

In the PNS, the sensory nerve fibers are also known as ______.

Afferent fibers

16

How many cranial nerves arise from the brain?

11

17

What is the descriptive name of the cranial nerve which arises from the upper cervical spinal cord?

Spinal accessory nerve (CN XI)

18

Spinal nerves arise from the spinal cord as:
A. Anterior and posterior roots
B. Anterior and posterior rootlets
C. Mixed spinal nerves
D. Ventral and dorsal rami

B. Anterior and posterior rootlets

19

The unilateral area of skin innervated by the fibers of a single spinal nerve is called a _____.

Dermatome

20

Which of the following is a correct description of proprioceptive sensation?
A. Proprioceptive sensations are usually conscious.
B. Proprioceptive sensation is related to visual input
C. Proprioceptive sensation concerning distension of the stomach
D. Proprioceptive sensation concerns the spatial orientation of the body and limbs.

D. Proprioceptive sensation concerns the spatial orientation of the body and limbs.

21

Visceral motor fibers transmit impulses to _____, _____, and _____.

Smooth muscle
Cardiac muscle
Glandular tissue

22

Branchial motor fibers innervate
A. Masseter
B. Sternohyoid
C. Thyrohyoid
D. Levator scapula

A. Masseter

23

Name three functionally different modalities of the nerve fibers which innervate the skeletal muscles.

Somatic efferent
Branchial efferent
Parasympathetic visceral efferent

24

Name four functional modalities of the nerve fibers which are carried by the facial nerve.

Branchial efferent
Visceral/parasympathetic efferent
General afferent
Special sensory

25

In general how many neurons are involved in a consecutive somatic motor pathway?

Two

26

The lower motor neurons are embedded in the _____ forming the nuclei of origin.

Anterior gray column of the spinal cord

27

The lower motor neuronal bodies are located in the _____ and _____ of the spinal cord as the nuclei of origin.

Brain stem and upper cervical

28

Which of the following symptoms is related with lower motor lesions?
A. Spastic paralysis
B. Hyper tonicity
C. Clonus
D. Atrophy

D. Atrophy

29

In general where are the secondary sensory cranial nuclei of termination?

Dorsal gray matter of the brainstem

30

The secondary sensory neurons decussate and project to the _____.

Thalamus

31

Tertiary sensory neurons are in the ________.

Ventral thalamic nucleus

32

What part of the internal capsule carries the tertiary sensory neuronal axons to the postcentral gyrus?

Posterior limb

33

Branchial efferent cranial nerves arise from:
(Which nuclei?)

Trigeminal Nucleus, Facial Nucleus, Nucleus Ambiguus, Accessory Nucleus

34

What neuronal type is for the primary sensory neurons?

Pseudounipolar

35

Name the patent opening for the four visceral efferent cranial nerves.

Superior orbital fissure of the lesser wing of the sphenoid, internal acoustic meatus of the temporal bone, jugular foramen of the occipital and temporal bones

36

Neurons communicate with each other at the
A. Axon
B. Dendrite
C. Cell body
D. Synapse

D. Synapse

37

Name the cranial nerves, which carry the visceral efferent fibers.

Oculomotor (CN III), Facial (CN VII), Glossopharyngeal (CN IX), and Vagus (CN X)

38

Name the cranial nerve, which carry the branchial efferent fibers.

Mandibular division of trigeminal (CN V3), Facial (CN VII), Glossopharyngeal (CN IX), Vagus (CN X) and Accessory (CN XI)

39

The nervous communication occurs by means of chemical reagents called _________.

Neurotransmitters

40

Name the cranial nerves, which have tractus solitarius as the nucleus of termination.

Facial (CN VII) and Glossopharyngeal (CN IX)

41

Name the patent openings for the facial nerve.

Internal acoustic meatus of the temporal bone

42

Name the patent openings for the Glossopharyngeal nerve.

Jugular foramen of the occipital and temporal bones

43

Name the nucleus for the vagal motor nerves.

Nucleus Ambiguus

44

Name the nucleus for taste sensation from the posterior 1/3 of the tongue.

Tractus (nucleus) solitarius - Glossopharyngeal nerve

45

Name two secondary olfactory neurons.

Mitral cells and tufted cells

46

All of the following are descriptions of the primary olfactory neurons EXCEPT:
A. The primary olfactory neurons are located on the superior nasal concha.
B. The primary olfactory neurons are multipolar neurons.
C. Numerous cilia attached to the olfactory vesicle of the primary olfactory neuron.
D. Axons of the primary olfactory neuron gathered into 20 fila olfactoria.

B. The primary olfactory neurons are multipolar neurons.

47

Name the neurons that are continually replaced throughout life.

Olfactory receptor neurons

48

The synapses between the primary and secondary olfactory neurons form ______ layer in the olfactory bulb.

Glomerular

49

Name the laminar structure of the olfactory bulb from the surface inward.

Olfactory nerve layer
Glomerular layer
External plexiform layer
Mitral cell layer
Internal plexiform layer
Granule cell layer
Olfactory nerve tract

50

Name the layer of the olfactory bulb where the incoming olfactory axons synapse with dendrites of the secondary olfactory neuron.

Glomerular layer

51

Name the layer of the olfactory bulb that becomes the anterior olfactory nucleus in the olfactory tract.

Granule cell layer

52

Name the two main intrinsic neurons of the olfactory bulb.

Periglomerular cells and granule cells

53

The olfactory trigone splits centrally into the _______ and the ______.

Medial olfactory striae and lateral olfactory striae

54

Name the neuron that has no axon in the olfactory bulb.

Granule cells

55

The medial stria of the olfactory nerve ends to the subcallosal area, which consists of _____ and _____.

Paraolfactory area and paraterminal area

56

The subcallosal area is connected with ________ gyrus by way of the Cingular gyrus.

Para-hippocampal

57

All of the following are connected by the lateral stria of the olfactory nerves EXCEPT:
A. Gyrus semilunaris
B. Amygdaloid body
C. Entorhinal area
D. Subcallosal area

D. Subcallosal area

58

The olfactory nerve fibers are extremely minute and unmyelinated. True/false

True

59

Damage to any part of the olfactory system may result in _____ or ________.

Anosmia or hyposmia

60

Damage to the olfactory system may cause total loss of smell, which is known as ________.

Anosmia

61

All the neuronal elements of the eye are derived from _______ of the _______.

Optic vesicle of the prosencephalon

62

The optic nerves are composed of axons of _______ of the ______ layer.

Multipolar neurons of the granular layer

63

The layer of the optic nerve in the retina is formed by the axons of ______ neurons.

Multipolar ganglionic

64

Name the three layers of the eyeball.

Fibrous tunic
Vascular tunic (uvea)
Internal sensory/Sensory tunic/Retina

65

The uvea is formed by the ______, ______ and ______.

Iris
Ciliary body
Choroidea

66

Name the vascular tunic located in the posterior portion of the eyeball.

Choroidea

67

Name the vertical cells that mark the internal and external limiting membranes.

Glial cells of Mueller

68

A. Name the retinal layer where horizontal cells are located.

B. Name the retinal layer where amacrine cells are located.

A. Outer plexiform layer

B. Inner plexiform layer

69

Name the outtermost layer of the retina.

Pigmented epithelium

70

Name the very thin choroid and sclera layers, which are penetrated by the optic nerve fibers at the optic disc.

Lamina cribrosa

71

The optic nerve enters the cranial cavity through the _____ of the _____ of the sphenoid bone.

Optic canal
Lesser wing

72

At the optic chiasma the optic nerve fibers from the (medial/lateral) half of both eyes decussate.

Medial

73

The left optic tract carries optic nerve fibers only from the left half of both eyes. (True/False)

True

74

The axons of primary optic neurons end at the __________ layer of the retina to synapse with the secondary neurons.

Inner plexiform

75

Name the principle neurons of termination of the optic nerves.

Lateral geniculate body

76

Name the nucleus of termination of the reflex movement of the sphincter papillae.

Pretectal nucleus

77

The right and left cortical centers of vision are interconnected by the ______ of the _____.

Major forceps, Corpus callosum

78

An optic tract lesion might cause ______ or ______.

Hemianopia or hemianopsia

79

Name the visceral nucleus of origin of the oculomotor nerve for parasympathetic nervous system.

Edinger-Westphal nucleus or accessory oculomotor nucleus

80

All of the following describe the passage of the oculomotor nerve, EXCEPT:
A. Passes through the tegmentum and the red nucleus.
B. Passes through the medial part of the substantia nigra.
C. Emerges in the interpeduncular sulcus.
D. Passes through the pontine cistern.

D. Passes through the pontine cistern.

81

Name the nerves that pass through the lateral wall of the cavernous sinus.

Oculomotor (CN III)
Trochlear (CN IV)
Ophthalmic nerve of the trigeminal (CN V1)
Maxillary nerve of the trigeminal (CN V2)
Abducens (CN VI)
Internal carotid plexus

82

On the lateral wall of the cavernous sinus, the oculomotor nerve communicates with the _______ nerve for the proprioceptive information from the five extrinsic eye muscles.

Ophthalmic nerve of the trigeminal

83

Name the two muscles which are innervated by the superior ramus of the oculomotor nerve.

Levator palpebra superioris
Superior (orbital) rectus

84

The inferior ramus of the oculomotor nerve innervated all of the following EXCEPT:
A. Medial rectus
B. Superior rectus
C. Inferior rectus
D. Inferior oblique

B. Superior rectus

85

Name the ganglion where the most presynaptic neurons of the Edinger-Westphal nucleus synapse with the postganglionic fibers.

Ciliary ganglion

86

Name the nerve that receives proprioceptive fibers from the five extrinsic eye muscles.

Ophthalmic nerve of the oculomotor nerve

87

Name the nerve that controls the vasomotor of the extrinsic eye muscles.

Internal carotid plexus
Oculomotor nerve

88

The cortical center of the oculomotor nerve is Brodmann's Area ___.

8

89

Name the cortical center for eye movement.

Superior frontal gyrus

90

Name the visceral muscle that is not controlled by the sympathetic nervous system.

Constrictor pupillae

91

The major sympathetic nerves for the head are carried by the internal plexus of the ________.

Internal carotid nerve of the superior cervical ganglion

92

The trochlear nerve decussates in the
A. Tectum
B. Tegmentum
C. Pons
D. Mesencephalon

A. Tectum

93

Name the nerve that enters the dura mater at the anterior margin of the cerebellar tentorium.

Trochlear nerve

94

Name the nerve that communicates with the trochlear nerve for the proprioceptive fiber from the superior oblique.

Ophthalmic nerve of the Gasserian (trigeminal) nucleus of the trigeminal nerve

95

Name the nerve that communicates with the trochlear nerve for vasomotor fibers.

Internal carotid plexus of the internal carotid nerve

96

A lesion that affects cranial nerve ___ could not cause the eye to look down and medially.

CN IV, trochlear

97

Name the visceral efferent pathway from the Edinger-Westphal nucleus to the constrictor pupillae.

Fibers from the nucleus of the oculomotor nerve and E-W nucleus pass through the tegmentum, red nucleus, and medial part of the substantia nigra to emerge in the interpeduncular sulcus, just medial to the cerebral peduncle. The oculomotor nerve passes forward through the CSF of the interpeduncular cistern, through the lateral wall of the cavernous sinus, then through the superior orbital fissure. The visceral branch from the E-W nucleus synapses in the ciliary ganglion and becomes the short ciliary nerves, which innervated the ciliary body and the constrictor pupillae.

98

Name four primary mastication muscles which are innervated by the somatic (branchial) motor nerve of the mandibular nerve of the trigeminal nerve.

Temporalis
pterygoid internis
pterygoid externis
masseter

99

Name two deglutinating muscles which are innervated by the trigeminal nerve.

Anterior belly of the digastric muscle
Mylohyoid muscle

100

The sensory root of the trigeminal nerve is smaller than the motor root. True/False

False

101

The trigeminal ganglion is located in the dura mater fold on the ______ of the petrosal portion of the ________ bone.

Trigeminal impression
Temporal

102

The cell bodies of primary sensory neurons of the trigeminal nerve lie in the ________ ganglion.

Trigeminal/Gasserian/Semilunar

103

Three nuclei of termination of the trigeminal nerve are ______, ______ & ______.

Mesencephalic nucleus
Pontine nucleus
Spinal nucleus

104

The central process of the trigeminal ganglion synapses within all of the following nuclei of termination EXCEPT
A. mesencephalic nucleus.
B. pontine nucleus.
C. spinal nucleus
D. ambiguous nucleus.

D. ambiguous nucleus.

105

All of the following cranial nerves send their primary sensory neuron from their sensory ganglia to the spinal nucleus of the trigeminal, except
A. trochlear nerve.
B. facial nerve.
C. glossopharyngeal nerve.
D. vagus nerve

A. Trochlear nerve.

106

The spinal nucleus of the trigeminal nerve in the medulla oblongata is continuous in the spinal cord as _____________.

Substantia gelatinosa of Roland

107

The ophthalmic nerve communicates with the ___, ___ & ___ nerves for the proprioceptive sensory nerves.

Oculomotor nerve
Trochlear nerve
Abducens nerve

108

Name the nerve which carries the recurrent meningeal nerve of the ophthalmic nerve to the tentorium cerebelli.
A. oculomotor nerve
B. trochlear nerve
C. abducens nerve
D. maxillary nerve

B. trochlear nerve

109

The ophthalmic nerve exits the cranial cavity through the superior orbital fissure. True/False

True

110

At the superior orbital fissure, the ophthalmic nerve divides into the ___, ___ & ___ nerves.

Lacrimal
Frontal
Nasociliary

111

Name the nerve which enters the orbit through the lateral part of the superior orbital fissure and receives a branch from the zygomaticotemporal nerve of the maxillary nerve.

Lacrimal branch of the ophthalmic division of the trigeminal

112

Which of the following nerves pass through the superior orbital fissure?
A. lacrimal nerve
B. frontal nerve
C. nasociliary nerve
D. ophthalmic nerve

D. ophthalmic nerve

113

Name the nerve which lies above the levator palpebra superioris.

Frontal nerve of the ophthalmic division of the trigeminal nerve

114

Which nerve receives fibers from the zygomaticotemporal nerve of the zygomatic nerve?
A. ophthalmic nerve.
B. abducens nerve
C. lacrimal nerve
D. nasociliary nerve

C. lacrimal nerve

115

Name the nerve which innervates the skin of the forehead, the scalp & frontal sinus mucosa.

Supraorbital nerve of the ophthalmic branch of the trigeminal nerve

116

All of the following nerves pass through the common tendinous ring of the extrinsic eye muscles, except
A. nasociliary nerve.
B. lacrimal nerve.
C. oculomotor nerve
D. abducens nerve.

B. lacrimal nerve.

117

Name the nerve which enters the nasal cavity through a slit in the lateral side of the crista galli.
A. nasociliary nerve
B. anterior ethmoidal nerve
C. posterior ethmoidal nerve
D. anterior meningeal nerve

B. anterior ethmoidal nerve

118

The nasociliary nerve communicates with the ciliary ganglion mainly for the fibers of
A. somatic sensory nerve.
B. parasympathetic nerve.
C. somatic efferent nerve
D. sympathetic nerve.

A. somatic sensory nerve.

119

Name the nerve which runs anteriorly in the eyeball between the sclera and the choroid to the ciliary body, iris and cornea.
A. nasociliary nerve.
B. long ciliary nerve.
C. optic nerve.
D. anterior ethmoidal nerve

B. long ciliary nerve.

120

The short ciliary nerve includes all of the following fibers, except
a. sympathetic fibers.
b. parasympathetic fibers.
c. somatic sensory fibers.
d. somatic motor fibers

d. somatic motor fibers

121

The sphenoid sinuses are innervated by
a. posterior ethmoidal nerve.
b. anterior ethmoidal nerve.
c. pharyngeal branch of the nasal nerve.
d. palatine branch of the pterygopalatine ganglion.

a. posterior ethmoidal nerve.

122

Name the nerve which passes horizontally forward along the lower part of the lateral wall of the cavernous dura venous sinus.
a. ophthalmic nerve
b. oculomotor nerve
c. maxillary nerve
d. mandibular nerve

c. maxillary nerve

123

All of the following nerves enter the orbit through the inferior orbital fissure, except
a. zygomatic nerve of the maxillary nerve.
b. maxillary nerve.
c. orbital nerve of the pterygopalatine ganglion
d. mandibular nerve.

d. mandibular nerve.

124

Name the nerve which branches off the maxillary nerve in the pterygopalatine fossa.
a. meningeal nerve
b. posterior superior alveolar nerve
c. middle superior alveolar nerve
d. palpebral nerve.

b. posterior superior alveolar nerve

125

Name the nerve which accompanies the frontal branch of the middle meningeal artery.
a. tentorial nerve
b. zygomatic nerve
c. middle meningeal nerve
d. nervus spinosus

c. middle meningeal nerve

126

The ganglionic nerves of the maxillary nerve connect to
a. ciliary ganglion.
b. pterygopalatine ganglion.
c. otic ganglion.
d. trigeminal ganglion.

b. pterygopalatine ganglion.

127

Name the nerve which innervates the skin on the prominence of the cheek.
a. zygomaticotemporal nerve
b. zygomaticofacial nerve
c. zygomatic nerve
d. maxillary nerve

b. zygomaticofacial nerve

128

The middle superior alveolar nerve arises from the
a. ophthalmic nerve.
b. infraorbital nerve.
c. zygomatic nerve.
d. supraorbital nerve.

b. infraorbital nerve.

129

Name the largest peripheral ganglion of the parasympathetic nervous system.
a. ciliary ganglion
b. trigeminal ganglion
c. pterygopalatine ganglion
d. submandibular ganglion

c. pterygopalatine ganglion

130

The pterygopalatine ganglion receives three roots including all of the following except
a. sympathetic visceral root of the superior cervical ganglion.
b. parasympathetic visceral root from the facial nerve.
c. somatic sensory root of the mandibular ganglionic nerve.
d. somatic sensory root of the maxillary ganglionic nerve.

c. somatic sensory root of the mandibular ganglionic nerve.

131

Name the nerve lying in the vomer groove of the nasal septum.
a. nasopalatine nerve
b. nasal nerve
c. greater palatine nerve
d. lateral internal nasal nerve

a. nasopalatine nerve

132

Name the nerve which innervates the palatine tonsil.
A. palatine nerve of pterygopalatine ganglion
B. pharyngeal nerve of nasal nerve
C. greater palatine nerve of pterygopalatine nerve
D. lesser palatine nerve of pterygopalatine nerve

D. lesser palatine nerve of pterygopalatine nerve

133

Name the pathway of the taste impulse from the palate to the tractus solitarius in sequence.

The taste impulses from the palate pass via the palatine nerve to the pterygopalatine ganglion & then via the nerve of the pterygoid canal & the greater petrosal nerve of the genicular ganglion.
The central possesses from the facial ganglion pass through the nervus intermedius to reach the tractus solitarius.

134

The sensory root of the mandibular nerve emerges from the cranial cavity through the _____________.

Foramen ovale of the sphenoid bone

135

Name the nerve which locates between the tensor veli palatini medially and the lateral pterygoid laterally just outside of the foramen ovale in the infratemporal region.
A. Ophthalmic nerve
B. Mandibular nerve
C. maxillary nerve
D. abducens nerve

B. Mandibular nerve

136

Name the branch from the posterior trunk of the mandibular nerve.
A. Nervus spinosus
B. Deep temporal nerve
C. auriculotemporal nerve
D. lingual nerve

C. auriculotemporal nerve

137

The meningeal nerve of the mandibular nerve enters the skull through ____ of ____.

Foramen spinosum of the sphenoid bone

138

The tensor veli palatini is innervated by the
A. buccal nerve.
B. masseteric nerve.
C. nerve to the medial pterygoid
D. nerve to the lateral pterygoid.

C. Nerve to the medial pterygoid

139

Name the nerve which encircles the middle meningeal artery.
A. auriculotemporal nerve
B. lingual nerve
C. buccal nerve
D. masseteric nerve

A. auriculotemporal nerve

140

Name the nerve, which passes between the sphenomandibular ligament and the neck of the mandible.

The auriculotemporal nerve

141

Name the nerve, which passes between the sphenomandibular ligament and the ramus of the mandible.
A. Masseteric nerve
B. Inferior alveolar nerve
C. auriculotemporal nerve
D. deep temporal nerve

B. Inferior alveolar nerve

142

Name the nerve which innervates the temporomandibular joint.
a. Deep temporal nerve
b. Auriculotemporal nerve
c. lingual nerve
d. masseteric nerve

D. Masseteric nerve

143

The chorda tympani nerve of the facial nerve carries the parasympathetic efferent fibers to the submandibular ganglion through the
a. Auriculotemporal nerve.
b.Glossopharyngeal nerve.
c. lingual nerve of the mandibular nerve.
d. oculomotor nerve.

C. Lingual nerve of the mandibular nerve

144

The secretomotor fibers to the parotid gland are carried by the parotid branches of
a. Auriculotemporal nerve
b. Lingual nerve.
c. facial nerve.
d. buccal nerve.

A. Auriculotemporal nerve

145

Name the nerve which is closely related with the submandibular ganglion.
a. Auriculotemporal nerve
b. Deep temporal nerve
c. lingual nerve
d. buccal nerve

c. lingual nerve

146

The postganglionic fibers from the submandibular ganglion distribute all of the following except
a. Sublingual gland.
b. Submandibular gland.
c. anterior lingual gland.
d. parotid gland.

D. Parotid gland

147

The mylohyoid nerve passes above the mylohyoid muscle. True/False

False - below

148

Pain from an ulcer of the tongue can radiate to the ear and temporal fossa over the distribution of
a. Masseteric nerve
b. Inferior alveolar nerve.
c. buccal nerve.
d. auriculotemporal nerve.

D. Auriculotemporal nerve

149

Name the artery, which accompanies the inferior alveolar nerve in the mandibular canal.

Inferior alveolar artery of the maxillary artery.

150

The mylohyoid nerve is located in the ________ sulcus that is under the mylohyoid line of the mandible.

Mylohyoid groove

151

The trigeminal neuralgia is known as ____________.

Tic douloureux

152

Name the nucleus of origin which lies in the floor of the rhomboid fossa beneath the colliculus facialis.
a. Nucleus of facial nerve
b. Nucleus of the trochlear nerve
c. nucleus of the oculomotor nerve
d. nucleus of abducens nerve

D. Nucleus of the abducens nerve

153

What nerve causes the colliculus facialis?

The abducens nerve

154

Name the nerve which runs upwards, forwards and laterally through the pontine cistern, and pierces the dura mater lateral to the dorsum sellae.

The abducens nerve

155

Name the nerve which travels through the cavernous sinus lying inferolateral to the internal carotid artery.
a. Mandibular nerve
b. Oculomotor nerve
c. maxillary nerve
d. abducens nerve

D. Abducens nerve

156

Name the nerve which passes through the common tendinous ring.
a. frontal nerve
b. trochlear nerve
c. abducens nerve
d. lacrimal nerve

C. Abducens nerve

157

The abducens nerve communicates with ____ for the sympathetic nervous system.

Internal carotid plexus

158

Name the nerve which might cause converging strabismus with its lesion.

The abducens nerve

159

The ciliary ganglion gives off the ______ nerves to the ciliary body, iris, and corneal.

Long ciliary

160

Name the nerve that innervated the mucous membrane on the torus tubaris.
A. Orbital nerve of the pterygopalatine ganglion
B. Palatine nerve of the pterygopalatine ganglion
C. Greater palatine nerve of the nasal nerve
D. Pharyngeal nerve of the nasal nerve

D. Pharyngeal nerve of the nasal nerve

161

All of the following might innervate the temporalis except the
A. Buccal nerve of the mandibular nerve
B. massateric nerve
C. Deep temporal nerve
D. Superficial temporal nerve

D. Superficial temporal nerve