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  1. what are the two main branches of the nervous system
    central nervous and peripheral nervous system
  2. two branches of the central nervous system
    brain and spinal cord
  3. two branches of the peripheral nervous system
    • motor efferent neurons
    • sensory afferent neurons
  4. what are the two categories of the efferent nuerons
    automatic and somatic
  5. two categories of the automatic nervous system
    sympathetic and parasympathetic
  6. hole: cribiform plate
    function: smell
    cranial nerve I  olfactory nerve
  7. cranial nerve I (olfactory nerve)
    • hole: cribiform plate
    • function:smell
  8. hole: optic foramen
    function: vision
    cranial nerve II (optic nerve)
  9. Cranial nerve II (optic nerve)
    • hole: optic foramen
    • function: vision
  10. hole: superior orbital fissure
    function: side to side and up and down eye movement
    optic nerve III (oculomtor nerve)
  11. Optic nerve III (Oculomotor)
    • hole: superior orbital fissure
    • function: side to side and up and down eye movement
  12. hole: superior orbital fissure
    function: rotational eye movement
    Cranial nerve IV ( trochlear nerve)
  13. Cranial nerve IV ( trochlear nerve)
    • hole: superior orbital fissure
    • function: rotational eye movement
  14. largest of the nerves, has three branches, automatic and motor
    cranial nerve V (trigeminal nerve)
  15. cranial nerve V (trigeminal)
    largest of the nerves, automatic and motor, has three branches...opthalmic, maxillary, mandibular.
  16. hole: superior orbital fissure
    function: sensory for the eye ball and forehead
    opthalmic branch of cranial nerve V (trigeminal nerve)
  17. opthalmic branch of cranial nerve V (trigeminal nerve)
    • hole: superior orbital fissure
    • function: sensory for the eye and forehead
  18. hole: foramen rotundum
    function: sensory for upper teeth and gums
    maxillary branch of cranial nerve V (trigeminal nerve)
  19. maxillary branch of cranial nerve V (trigeminal nerve)
    • hole: foramen rotundum
    • function: sensory for the upper teeth and gums
  20. hole: foramen ovale, mental foramen, mandibular foramen
    function: sensory for lower teeth and gums
    inervates: masseter and the buccinator
    mandibular branch of cranial nerve V (trigeminal nerve)
  21. mandibular branch of cranial nerve V (trigeminal nerve)
    • hole: foramen ovale, mental foramen, mandibular foramen.
    • function: sensory for the lower teeth and gums
    • inervates: the masseter and the buccinator
  22. hole: superior orbital fissure
    function: ABducts the eye
    Cranial nerve VI (ABducens nerve)
  23. Cranial nerve VI (ABducens nerve)
    • hole: superior orbital fissure
    • functions: Abduct the eye
  24. hole: internal acoustic meatis out the stylomastoid foramen
    function: taste and facial expression
    •Cranial Nerve VII (Facial Nerve)
  25. •Cranial Nerve VII (Facial Nerve)
    • hole: internal acoustic meatis and out the stylomastoid foramen
    • function: taste and facial expression
  26. •Cranial Nerve VIII (Vestibulocochlear)
    • hole: internal acoustic meatis
    • function: hearing/ balance
  27. Cranial Nerve IX (Glossopharyngeal)
    • hole: jugular foramen
    • function: taste, tongue movement, swallowing
  28. hole: jugular foramen
    function: taste, tongue movement, swallowing
    Cranial Nerve IX (Glossopharyngeal)
  29. what nerve inervates the levator scapulae
    dorsal scapular (DS)
  30. what muscle does the dorsal scapular nerve inervate
    levator scapulae
  31. what is the orgin of the levator scapulae
    transverse process of cervical vertibrae
  32. what is the insertion of the levator scapulae
    the medial border of the scapula
  33. what muscle does the suprascapular (SS) inervate
    infraspinatus/ supraspinatus
  34. orgin of the infraspinatus/supraspinatus
    infraspinous fossa/supraspinous fossa
  35. what is the insertion of the infraspinatus/supraspinatus
    greater tubricle
  36. what nerve inervates the infraspinatus/supraspinatuss
    suprascapular (SS)
  37. what muscle does the lateral pectoral (LP) inervate
    pectoralis major &minor
  38. what nerve inervates the pectoralis major & minor
    the lateral pectoral (LP)
  39. what is the orgin of the pectoralis minor
    upper ribs
  40. what is the insertion of the pectoralis minor
    corocoid process
  41. what does the musculocutaneous (MC) nerve inervate
    anterior brachium (biceps)
  42. what nerve inervates the anterior brachium (biceps)
    musculocutaneous (MC)
  43. what is the orgin of the anterior brachium (biceps)
    corocoid process and top of the glenoid cavity
  44. what is the insertion of the anterior brachium (biceps)
    radial tuberosity
  45. what muscle does the median (M) nerve inervate
    anterior antibrachium (hand)
  46. what nerve inervates the antibrachium (hand)
    Median (M)
  47. what muscle does the ulnar (U) nerve inervate
    anterior antebrachium/hand
  48. what muscle does the medial pectoral (MP) inervate
    the pectoralis major and minor
  49. what muscle does the long thoracic (LT) nerve inervate
    serratus anterior
  50. what nerve does the serratus anterior muscle inervate
    the long thoracic (LT)
  51. what muscle does the uppersubscapular (US) nerve inervate
    subscapularis and the teres major
  52. what nerve inervates the subscapularis and the teres major
    the uppersubscapularis (US)
  53. what is the orgin of the subscapularis
    subscapular fossa
  54. what is the insertion of the subscapularis
    the lesser tubricle
  55. what muscle does the thoracodorsal (T) nerve inervate
    latisimus dorsi
  56. what nerve inervates the latissimus dorsi
    thoracodorsal (T)
  57. what muscle does the lower subscapular (LS) inervate
    teres major
  58. what nerve inervates the teres major
    the lower subscapular (LS)
  59. what is the orgin of teres major
    lateral edge of the scapula
  60. what is the insertion of the teres major
    intertubecular groove
  61. what muscle does the radial (R) nerve inervate
    posterior brachium and posterior antebrachium
  62. what nerve inervates the posterior brachium and the posterior antebrachium
    the radial (R) nerve
  63. what muscle does the axillary (A) nerve inervate
    deltoid and teres minor
  64. what nerve inervates the deltoid and teres minor
    the axillary (A) nerve
  65. what is the orgin of the deltoid
    spine of scapula, acromian, clavical
  66. what is the insertion of the deltoid
    the deltoid tuberosity
  67. what is the orgin of the teres minor
    lateral border of the scapula
  68. what is the insertion of the teres minor
    greater tubricle
  69. what is the action of the levator scapulae
    raises shoulders
  70. what is the action of the infraspinatus
    ADduction
  71. what is the action of the supraspinatus
    ABduction
  72. what is the action of the pectoralis minor
    raises ribs
  73. what is the action of the anterior brachium (biceps)
    flexes elbow
  74. what is the action of the supraspinatus
    medial rotation
  75. what is the action of the deltoid
    ABduction
  76. what is the action of the teres minor
    ADduction
  77. cranial nerve x (vagal nerve)
    • hole: jugular foramen
    • function: heart and GI
  78. hole: jugular foramen
    function: heart and GI
    cranial nerve X (vagal nerve)
  79. cranial nerve XI (spinal accessory)
    • hole: jugular foramen
    • function: sternocleidomastoid and trapezius
  80. hole: jugular foramen
    function: sternocleidomastoid and trapezius
    cranial nerve XI (spinal accessory)
  81. cranial nerve XII (hypoglossal)
    • hole: hypoglossal canal
    • function: tongue movement, swallowing
  82. hole: hypoglossal canal
    function: tongue movement, swallowing
    cranial nerve XII ( hypoglossal)

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