regroup neuroanatomy crash course
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V1 supplies which of the following regions?
Tip of the nose
How does the mandibular nerve leave the skull?
Superior orbital fissure
What innervates the temporalis muscle?
How many nuclei power the trigeminal nerve?
You use a cotton wisp to elicit the blink reflex. Which nerves have you tested?
Which cranial nerve is most at risk of an internal carotid aneurysm in the cavernous portion of the artery course?
What is the function of CNVI?
Globe superior deviate
Globe inferior deviate
Globe lateral deviate
Globe medial deviate
Which is not a constituent of the basal ganglia?
Forehead sparing indicates which lesion?
UMN lesion to cranial nerve five
LMN lesion to cranial nerve six
UMN lesion to cranial nerve six
LMN lesion to cranial nerve seven
UMN lesion to cranial nerve seven
Hyperacusis unilaterally is indicative of which lesion?
Where does the second order nucleus arise in the lateral spinothalamic tract?
Dorsal root ganglion
VPL thalamic nucleus
Primary somatosensory cortex
Which of the following best describe the function of nucleus ambiguous?
Sensory to CN IX
Sensory to CN X
Motor to CN VIII
Motor to CN IX
Motor to CN X
What supplies sense to the posterior third of the tongue?
Testing the gag reflex uses which two nerves?
The sub-thalamic nucleus regulates which part of the basal ganglia?
The globus pallidus internus
The globus pallidus externus
The cerebral cortex
Which organs are not supplied by the vagus nerve?
Which muscles are innervated by CN XI?
A tongue deviates to the left when protruded. Where could the lesion be?
Left upper motor neuron
Left lower motor neuron
Right upper motor neuron
Right lower motor neuron
None of the above
What is the lateral-most tract in the spinal cord?
Anterior spinocerebellar tract
Lateral spinothalamic tract
Anterior spinothalamic tract
The cuneate fascicle carries
lower limb light touch
upper limb pain
lower limb vibration sense
upper limb fine touch
lower limb crude touch
Where is the decussation of the tract carrying fine touch to the brain?
Level of spinal cord entry
What is the blood supply of the gracile fasciculus?
Posterior spinal artery
Anterior spinal artery
Posterior inferior cerebellar artery
Anterior inferior cerebellar artery
Which nerve(s) do not emerge from the brainstem?
Where does the corticospinal tract fibre-set run in the midbrain?
Which cranial nerves are represented in the nucleus of the solitary tract?
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