Ch12 - Brainstem - Cranial Nerves

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Neuroscience (Exam 3) Quiz on Ch12 - Brainstem - Cranial Nerves, created by Ben Williams on 03/21/2017.

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Question 1

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Which cranial nerves pass through the Auditory Canal?
Answer
  • CN VII
  • CN VIII
  • CN V
  • CN IX
  • CN XI

Question 2

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Which cranial nerves pass through the Jugular Foramen?
Answer
  • CN IX
  • CN X
  • CN XI
  • CN XII
  • CN VIII
  • CN VII

Question 3

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CN I :: [blank_start]Cribriform Plate[blank_end] CN V1 :: [blank_start]Superior Orbital Fissure[blank_end] CN V2 :: [blank_start]Foramen Rotundum[blank_end] CN V3 :: [blank_start]Foramen Ovale[blank_end] CN XII :: [blank_start]Hypoglossal Foramen[blank_end]
Answer
  • Cribriform Plate
  • Superior Orbital Fissure
  • Foramen Rotundum
  • Foramen Ovale
  • Hypoglossal Foramen
  • Auditory Canal
  • Jugular Foramen

Question 4

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CN i :: [blank_start]Ansomnia[blank_end] CN V :: [blank_start]Tix Douloureaux[blank_end] CN VII :: [blank_start]Bell's Palsy[blank_end] CN VIII :: [blank_start]Meninere's Disease[blank_end] CN IX :: [blank_start]Glossopharyngeal Neuralgia[blank_end] CN X :: [blank_start]Aphonia[blank_end]
Answer
  • Anosmia
  • Tix Douloureaux
  • Bell's Palsy
  • Meninere's Disease
  • Glossopharyngeal Neuralgia
  • Aphonia

Question 5

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The face receives sensory innervation and motor innervation from what CN’s?
Answer
  • CN V
  • CN VII
  • CN VIII
  • CN IX
  • CN X
  • CN XI

Question 6

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Which cranial nerves are involved in taste?
Answer
  • CN VII
  • CN IX
  • CN X
  • CN XI
  • CN XII
  • CN V

Question 7

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Which cranial nerves provide sensory stimuli from the tongue and mouth?
Answer
  • CN V
  • CN IX
  • CN VII
  • CN XII
  • CN X

Question 8

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What cranial nerves innervate the pharynx and larynx to provide sensory and motor innervation? Pharynx Sensation: [blank_start]CN IX[blank_end] and [blank_start]CN X[blank_end] Pharynx Motor: [blank_start]CN X[blank_end] Larynx Sensation and Motor: [blank_start]CN X[blank_end]
Answer
  • CN IX
  • CN V
  • CN XII
  • CN X
  • CN VII
  • CN V
  • CN XII
  • CN X
  • CN V
  • CN VII
  • CN IX
  • CN XII
  • CN X
  • CN V
  • CN VII
  • CN IX
  • CN XII
  • CN VII

Question 9

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Which cranial nerves provide sensation for the ear?
Answer
  • CN IX
  • CN V
  • CN VII
  • CN X
  • CN VIII
  • CN I
  • CN II
  • CN XI
  • CN XII

Question 10

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CN V and CN VII provide motor innervation to the ear.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 11

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CN V and CN VII provide sensation for the Meninges.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 12

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CN I – [blank_start]Olfactory[blank_end] CN II – [blank_start]Optic[blank_end] CN III – [blank_start]Oculomotor[blank_end] CN IV – [blank_start]Trochlear[blank_end] CN V – [blank_start]Trigeminal[blank_end] CN VI – [blank_start]Abducens[blank_end] CN VII – [blank_start]Facial[blank_end] CN VIII – [blank_start]Vestibulocochlear[blank_end] CN IX – [blank_start]Glossopharyngeal[blank_end] CN X – [blank_start]Vagus[blank_end] CN XI – [blank_start]Spinal Accessory[blank_end] CN XII - [blank_start]Hypoglossal[blank_end]
Answer
  • Olfactory
  • Optic
  • Oculomotor
  • Trochlear
  • Trigeminal
  • Abducens
  • Facial
  • Vestibulocochlear
  • Glossopharyngeal
  • Vagus
  • Spinal Accessory
  • Hypoglossal
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