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90

Name the nerve, which innervates the risorius. ______ of ______

Marginal mandibular nerve of the facial nerve

91

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

Posterior branch of the great auricular
Lesser occipital nerve

92

Name the nerve, which innervates the corrugator supercilii.

Temporal nerves of the facial nerve

93

The procerus is innervated by the ________ of __________.

Superficial branches of the buccal nerve of the facial nerve

94

Name the nerve, which innervates the zygomaticus major. __________ of _________

Upper deep branches of the of the buccal nerve of the facial nerve

95

The transverse cutaneous cervical nerve communicates with ____ of the facial nerve.

Cervical nerve

96

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

Sup. Salivatory Nucleus, nervous intermedius, facial nerve, chorda tympani, lingual nerve, submandibular ganglion

97

Facial paralysis is known as ___________.

Bell's Palsy

98

The cochlear nerve arises from the ______________ ganglion.

Spiral ganglion of Corti

99

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

Hearing

100

The foraminous spiral tract becomes the ________ root or nerve.

Cochlear nerve or radix cochlearis

101

The cochlear nerve terminates in the ______ & _______ nuclei.

Anterior cochlear
Posterior cochlear

102

The nerve fibers from the basal cochlear convolution terminate in the _____ part of the (posterior)ventral cochlear nucleus for the tonotopic organization

Medial

103

The trapezoid body contains _____, ______ & _____ nuclei.

Posterior, medial, and anterior nuclei of the trapezoid body (superior olive)

104

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

Posterior acoustic (medullary) striae

105

The Probst’s commisure connects the right & left ________.

Lateral Commissure

106

The peduncle of the inferior colliculi connects from _____ to _____for sound information.

Inferior colliculus
Medial geniculate body

107

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

Inferior supraoptic (Gudden's) commissure

108

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

Trapezoid body
Posterior acoustic (medullary) striae
Probst's commissure
Commissure of the inferior colliculi
Gudden's commissure/inferior supraoptic commissure

109

The auditory cortex is located in the __________ gyrus.

Superior temporal

110

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

Vestibular ganglion
Internal acoustic meatus

111

The superior part of the vestibular ganglion receives nerves from the ___, ___, ____ & ___.

Anterior ampullary nerve
Lateral ampullary nerve
Utricular nerve
Part of the saccular nerve

112

Name the first nucleus where the vestibular nerve enters centrally.

Lateral vestibular/Deiter's nucleus

113

Name the four vestibular nuclei in the caudal pons.

Lateral vestibular/Deiter's nucleus
Superior vestibular/Bechterew's nucleus
Medial vestibular/Schwalbe's nucleus
Inferior vestibular nucleus

114

The vestibular nuclei connect to the ____, ____, & _____ of the cerebellum.

Nodulus
Flocculus
Uvula

115

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

Vestibulospinal tract

116

Name the nucleus for the taste sense of the glossopharyngeal nerve.

Nucleus of the tractus solitarius

117

Name the nucleus of the general sense of the glossopharyngeal nerve.

Spinal nucleus of the trigeminal nerve

118

Name the motor nucleus of the glossopharyngeal nerve for the stylopharyngeus.

Rostral nucleus Ambiguus

119

The parasympathetic fibers in the glossopharyngeal nerve are originated from the ___ nulceus.

Inferior salivatory nucleus