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Anatomy Lecture 3
Created by Wintrode Tutor Jenn Vipond
What type of fluid is found in the posterior chamber of the eye?
None of the above
You were in a terrible motorcycle accident and you could taste blood in your mouth but could not feel pain in your face or move your jaw. What cranial nerves were damaged?
CN V1, V3, VI
CN VII, X, XI
CN V1, V2, V3
CN I, II, IV
Which ventricle contains the pineal gland?
None of these options are ventricles …again, read carefully!
Where does blood flow after the inferior sagittal sinus to get to the jugular vein?
Superior sagittal sinus
Confluence of sinuses
None of the above
Which cranial nerve innervates the levator palpebrae superioris?
SO4LR6 (superior oblique is CN IV, lateral rectus is CN VI) All other extrinsic muscles of the eye are innervated by CN III.
What is found within each dorsal root ganglion?
Cell bodies of motor neurons
Cell bodies of cervical neurons
Cell bodies of efferent neurons
Cell bodies of sensory neurons
Which vesicle is correctly paired with the structure it contains?
Myelencephalon (epi-, thalamus, hypo-)
Telencephalon (cerebellum and pons)
Metencephalon (medulla oblongata)
Which of the following dural reflections and dural sinuses are incorrectly paired?
Superior sagittal sinus – falx cerebri
Transverse sinus - tentorum cerebelli
Inferior sagittal sinus – falx cerebelli
All of the above
What type of receptor enables you to feel stretch?
Which of these, if damaged, would interfere with movement of your limbs but not with the feeling of your limbs?
Which of these, if damaged, would interfere with movement of your limbs but not with feeling of your limbs?
Which type of neuroglia make up the blood-brain barrier?
Ouch! Sally bit the tip of her tongue. What cranial nerve was responsible for the pain?
Make sure you know the difference between taste, sensory (pain), and motor!
What are the spinal segments of the brachial plexus?
Which of the following is true about a person who has presbyopia?
Their lens is constantly constantly bulged
They are far-sighted
Their ciliary muscles no longer function correctly
They have had it their whole life
Which of these surrounds a single axon?
The difference between vesicles and ventricles
Nerves do not move muscles – they innervate them
Papilla are NOT taste buds
Triple check what Doc is specifically asking for in cranial nerve questions (sensory, special sensory, or motor)
**READ AND REREAD the questions on this exam. Otherwise you could do poorly just because you read the questions wrong, not because you didn’t know the information! You got this is CN IV, lateral rectus is CN VI) All other extrinsic muscles of the eye are innervated by CN III.
Which type of neuroglia