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30

Name two nerve which communicate with the posterior auricular nerve of the facial nerve.

GREAT AURICULAR NERVE
LESSER AURICULAR NERVE

31

Name the nerve which innervates the corrugator supercilii.

TEMPORAL Nerve

32

Name the intrinsic muscles of the auricle. (6)

helicis major & minor
tragicus
antitragicus
transversus auriculae
oblique auriculae

33

The procerus is innervated by the ________.

SUPERFICIAL BRANCHES of ZYGOMATIC NERVE

34

Name the nerve which innervates the zygomaticus major.

UPPER DEEP BRANCHES of ZYGOMATIC NERVE

35

Name the nerve which innervates the risorius.

MARGINAL MANDIBULAR of FACIAL N

36

The transverse cutaneous cervical nerve communicates with _______ of the facial nerve

CERVICAL NERVE

37

Name the sequential nerves from the superior salivatory nucleus to the submandibular ganglion.

Superior Salvitory Nucleus-->Facial Nerve-->Chorda Tympani--> Lingual Nerve-->Submandibular Ganglion

38

Facial paralysis is known as ________

Bell’s Palsy

39

The cochlear nerve arises from the _______ ganglion

spiral ganglion of Corti

40

The hair cells of the organ of Corti are for (hearing/balancing) sense.

hearing

41

The foraminous spiral tract becomes the ____________.

cochlear root aka radix cochlearis

42

The cochlear nerve terminates in the _________.

ventral/anterior cochlear nucleus and
dorsal/posterior cochlear nucleus

43

The nerve fibers from the basal cochlear convolution terminate in the__________ part of the posterior cochlear nucleus for the tonotopic organization

medial

44

The trapezoid body contains ______, _______ & ______ nuclei

posterior
medial
anterior

45

Name the connection between the dorsal cochlear nucleus to opposite side of the lemniscus.

Posterior acoustic striae aka medullary striae

46

The Probst’s commisure connects the right & left ____________

posterior nuclei of the lateral lemnisci

47

The peduncle of the inferior colliculi connects from the ____________ to the ________ for sound information.

commisure of the inferior colliculi
medial geniculate body

48

The right & left medial geniculate bodies are inter-connected by the ___________.

inferior supraoptic commisure or Gudden’s Commissure

49

The auditory cortex is located in the ________ gyrus.

superior temporal

50

The vestibular nerve originated from the _______ ganglion in the __________.

vestibular
internal acoustic meatus

51

The superior part of the vestibular ganglion receives nerves from the ______________.

anterior ampullary nerve
lateral ampullary nerve
utricular nerve
part of the saccular nerve

52

Name the first nucleus where the vestibular nerve enters centrally.

Lateral Vestibular Nucleus/Deiter’s Nucleus

53

Name the four vestibular nuclei in the caudal pons.

Lateral vestibular/Deiter’s nucleus
superior vestibular/Bechterew’s nucleus
medial vestibular/Schwalbe’s nucleus
the inferior vestibular nucleus

54

The vestibular nuclei connect to the _________ of the cerebellum.

nodulus and the flocculus

55

Name the tract which originates from the lateral vestibular nucleus to the sacral spinal cord for antigravity reflexes.

Vestibulospinal tract

56

Name five commisures connecting the vestibular tract in the central nervous system.

Probst’s Commissure
commissure of the inferior colliculi
inferior supraoptic commisure/Gudden’s Commissure
trapezoid body
medullary striae/posterior acoustic striae

57

Name four cranial nuclei and their target organ(s) related with the facial nerve.

Nucleus of the facial nerve - facial and auricular muscles
Superior salivatory ganglion - submandibular, sublingual, anterior lingual, lacrimal, pharyngeal, nasal, and palatine glands
Tractus solitarius nucleus - ventral lateral thalamic nuclei?
Spinal nucleus of the trigeminal nerve - skin of the auricular concha and external acoustic meatus

58

Name the nucleus, which sends visceral motor fibers to the submandibular, sublingual & lacrimal glands. ________________

Superior salivatory nucleus

59

Name the visceral efferent cranial nucleus and their peripheral ganglion.

Edinger-Westphal/accessory oculomotor nucleus - ciliary ganglion
Inferior salivatory nucleus -
Superior salivatory nucleus -
Dorsal Vagal nucleus -