8. Cranial nerves

Tanya Suhinthan
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Question 1

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The optic nerve is formed by the axons of the ganglion cells in the retina
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  • True
  • False

Question 2

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The vagus nerve is secremotor to the glands of the stomach
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  • True
  • False

Question 3

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The Opthalmic division of the trigeminal nerve lies on the medial wall of the cavernous sinus
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  • True
  • False

Question 4

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Abducent nerve is a pure somatomotor nerve
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  • True
  • False

Question 5

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Ganglion vestibulare is located in the depth of meatus acusticus internus
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  • True
  • False

Question 6

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The hypoglossal nerve has a nucleus in the floor of the fourth ventricle
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  • True
  • False

Question 7

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The vestibular part of the vestibulocochlear (eigth cranial) nerve is entirely sensory.
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  • True
  • False

Question 8

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The vagus nerve is entirely motor nerve
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  • True
  • False

Question 9

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The vestibular part of the vestibulocochlear (eigth cranial) nerve has first neurons which are pseudunipolar
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  • True
  • False

Question 10

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The ciliary muscle is supplied by the oculomotor nerve
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  • True
  • False

Question 11

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The facial nerve
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  • is medial to the styloid process
  • is deep to the retromandibular (posterior facial ) vein in the parotid gland
  • leaves the skull through the stylomastoid foramen
  • contains parasympathetic nerve fibres which innervate the parotid gland

Question 12

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Which of the following cranial nerves can cause movement of trapezius muscle?
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  • IV
  • VII
  • X
  • XI

Question 13

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Which of the cranial nerve nuclei below is somatomotor (supply striated muscle)
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  • nucleus dorsalis n. vagi
  • nucleus n. hypoglossi
  • nucleus spinalis n. trigemini
  • nucleus solitaris
  • n. salvitorius caudalis

Question 14

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The superior orbital fissure transmits all of the following except
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  • optic nerve
  • oculomotor nerve
  • trochlear nerve
  • trigeminal nerve
  • abducent nerve

Question 15

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Which of the following nerves is NOT contained within the cavernous sinus
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  • optic nerve
  • oculomotor nerve
  • trochlear nerve
  • trigeminal nerve (specifically the opthalmic division)
  • abduecent nerve

Question 16

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Which of the following is NOT a branch of the facial nerve?
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  • temporal
  • zygomatic
  • buccal
  • mental
  • cervical

Question 17

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Which of the following does NOT contribute to innervation of the dura matter?
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  • opthalmic division of the trigeminal nerve
  • maxillary division of the trigeminal nerve
  • mandibular division of the trigeminal nerve
  • facial nerve
  • C1, C2 & C3

Question 18

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Which of the following cranial nerves exits the brainstem via the preolivary sulcus
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  • abducens (VI)
  • facial (VII)
  • hypoglossal (XII)
  • vagus (X)
  • trigeminal (V)

Question 19

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Which of the following cranial nerves exits the posterior (dorsal) aspect of the brainstem?
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  • abducens (VI)
  • hypoglossal ((XII)
  • trigeminal (V)
  • trochlear (V)
  • vestibulocochlear (VIII)

Question 20

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A lesion involving the root of which of the following nerves would most likely have an effect on the gag (pharayngeal reflex) reflex?
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  • accessory
  • facial
  • glossopharyngeal
  • hypoglossal
  • trigeminal

Question 21

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The oculomotor nerve (T)
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  • has its nucleus in the mid brain
  • lies between the posterior cerebral and superior cerebellar arteries
  • contains postganglionic parasympathetic nerve fibres
  • supplies the levator palpebrae superioris muscle with sypmathetic nerve fibres
  • supplies the ciliary muscles

Question 22

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he glossopharyngeal nerve (T)
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  • is entirely sensory
  • contains fibres associated with taste from the posterior third of the tongue
  • is the only sensory nerve from the mucous membrane of the pharynx
  • leaves the skull through the jugular foramen
  • is connected with the glossopharyngeal nucleus in the floor of the fourth ventricle

Question 23

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The hypoglossal nerve (T)
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  • supplies all the extrinsic muscles of the tongue
  • has a nucelus in the floor of the fourth ventricle
  • emerges from the hindbrain lateral to the pyramid
  • leaves the skull through a canal (foramen) int he occipital bone
  • lies between the external and internal carotid arteries

Question 24

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The vestibular part of the vestibulucochlear (eight cranial) nere
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  • is entirely sensory
  • is connected through its nuclei with the cerebellar hemisphere mainly of the opposite side
  • has first neurons which are psuedounipolar
  • has a ganglion which lies int he vestibule of the internal ear
  • is connected through its nuclei and the medial longitudinal tract with the motor nucleus of the facial nerve

Question 25

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The cranial accessory nerve (T)
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  • is the main nerve supply of the muscles of the pharynx
  • joins the vagus above the jugular foramen
  • contains sensory fibers from the layrnx
  • contains motor fibres from cell bodies forming a nucleus in the pons
  • emerges from the hindbrain lateral tot he olive

Question 26

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The facial nerve (T)
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  • contains parasympathetic fibers supplying the lacrimal gland
  • is deep to the external carotid artery in the parotid gland
  • supplies the muscle which closes the eye of the same side
  • runs between the semicircular canals and the cochlea
  • emerges from the brain at the lower border of the pons, lateral to the vestibulocochlear (eighth cranial) nerve

Question 27

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The vagus nerve (T)
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  • has a motor nucleus int he floor of the fourth ventricle medial tot he nucleus of the hypoglossal nerve
  • emerges from the medulla oblongata medial to the olive
  • contains taste fibers
  • has cardiac branches originating only in the thorax
  • leaves the skull through the jugular foramen

Question 28

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The abducent nerve
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  • has a nucleus which lies in the floor of the fourth ventricle
  • has part of its course in the posterior cranial fossa
  • is lateral to the internal carotid artery
  • enters the orbit through the tendinous ring at the back of the orbit
  • supplies the lateral rectus muscle

Question 29

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The opthalmic division of the trigeminal nerve (T)
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  • lies on the medial wall of the cavernous sinus
  • has fibres which end in the upper part of the descending (spinal) nucleus of the trigeminal nerve
  • supplies the skin of the lower eyelid
  • is sensory to the cornea

Question 30

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The hypoglossal nerve
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  • contains fibers supplying some of the muscles attached tot eh hyoid bone
  • lies deep to the hyoglossus muscle
  • after emerging from the skull lies medial to the vagus nerve
  • supplies the anterior belly of the digastric muscle
  • is similar tot he anterior roots of a spinal nerve

Question 31

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Provide motor (somatomotor and specific visceromotor) nuclei of cranial nerves located in the pons. A. [blank_start]nucleus n. abducens[blank_end] B. [blank_start]Nucleus motorius n. trigeminus[blank_end] C. [blank_start]Nucleus n. facialis[blank_end]
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  • nucleus n. abducens
  • Nucleus motorius n. trigeminus
  • Nucleus n. facialis

Question 32

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Sensory ganglion of n. facialis is called [blank_start]ganglion geniculi[blank_end] , and is located in [blank_start]canalis nervi facialis[blank_end].
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  • ganglion geniculi
  • canalis nervi facialis

Question 33

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Nucleus ambiguous is a common nucleus for the following cranial nerves: A. [blank_start]N. glosspharyngeus[blank_end] B. [blank_start]N. vagus[blank_end] C. [blank_start]N. accessorius[blank_end]
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  • N. glosspharyngeus
  • N. vagus
  • N. accessorius

Question 34

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Specify the nerves that conduct taste sensation : A. [blank_start]n. facialis[blank_end] B. [blank_start]n. glossopharyngeus[blank_end] C. [blank_start]n. vagus[blank_end]
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  • n. facialis
  • n. glossopharyngeus
  • n. vagus

Question 35

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The cranial nerve that can be injured during operation of the tympanic cavity and antrum mastoideum is the [blank_start]n. facialis[blank_end]
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  • n. facialis

Question 36

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The main terminal nucleus of the medulla oblongata is [blank_start]nucleus tractus solitarii[blank_end]
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  • nucleus tractus solitarii

Question 37

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The examination of the pupillary reaction is a test for functional integrity of which cranial nerve - [blank_start]n. oculomotorius (III)[blank_end]
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  • n. oculomotorius (III)

Question 38

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Corneal reflex is a test for the integrity of cranial nerves [blank_start]n. trigeminus[blank_end] and [blank_start]n. facialis[blank_end]
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  • n. trigeminus
  • n. facialis

Question 39

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Pain sensation from the head is conducted to [blank_start]nucleus spinalis n. trigemini[blank_end]
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  • nucleus spinalis n. trigemini

Question 40

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Sensory supply of the layrnx is provided by [blank_start]n. vagus[blank_end]
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  • n. vagus