Cranial Nerve Quiz Human A&p

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Cranial Nerve Quiz Human A&P

  
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1.  Which nerve arises from the olfactory epithelium and functions solely by carrying afferent impulses for the sense of smell?
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2.  Which nere functions soley by carrying afferent impulses for vision and arises from the retina?
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3.  Cranial Nerve III Oculomotor functions in the following:
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4.  Which nerve is primarily a motor nerve that directs the eyeball
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5.  Cranial Nere V Trigeminal has which three divisions?
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6.  Which nerve conveys sensory impulses from various areas of the face (V1) and (V2), and supplies motor fiers (V3) for mastication?
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7.  Cranial nerve VI Abdcuens
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8.  Cranial Nerve VII has both sensory and motor functions.. What is the motor function and what is the sensory function?
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9.  This nerve functions soley sensory-providing equilibrium and hearing
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10.  This nerve is a mixed nerve with motor and sensory functions, Motor function is to innervate part of the tongue and pharynx, and provide motor fibers to the partoid salivary gland Sensory funtion is conduct taste and general sensory impulses fromt eh ongue and pharynx
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11.  This is the only cranial nerve that extends beyond the head and neck. This is a mixed nerve that's sensory function is taste
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12.  XI Acessory :
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13.  Cranial Nerve XII Hpoglossal
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14.  All of the cranial nerves serve only the head and neck structures except which one?
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15.  Which Nerve has a name meaning "eye mover" because it supplies of the six extrinsic muscles that move the eyeball into orbit?
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16.  This nerve names means "pulley" and it innervates an extrinsic eye muscle that loops through a pulley-shaped ligament in orbit
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17.  Which nerve abducts the eyeball?
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18.  Nerve that innervates the muscles of facial expression
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19.  Its name meaning "tongue and pharynx" reveals the structures that it helps to innervate
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20.  Nerve meaning "vagabond" is the only nerve to extend beyond the head and neck to the thorax an abdomen
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21.  Considered an acessory part of the vagus nerve, this nerve was formely called the spinal accessory nerve
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22.  This nerve runs inferior to the tounge and innervates some toungue-moving muscles, as reflected byt the name "under the toungue
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23.  Trauma to this nerve will cause double vision and reduced ability to rotate eye
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24.  Damage to this nerve could cause impairment in swallowing an taste
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25.  Injur to this nerve could make shrugging the shoulder difficult
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26.  Damages to this nerve could cause dizziness, loss of balance, vomiting and rapid involuntary eye movements
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