DH 1330 Quiz 9 chapter 8 nerves

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  1. Which of the following effects is prevented on the target nerve during the administration of a local anesthetic agent?

    Resting potential
    Action potential
    Refractory period
    Repolarization
    Action potential
  2. Sympathetic and parasympathetic nerves are
    antagonistic to one another. BOTH nerve systems function as part of the somatic nervous system.

    Both statements are true.

    Both statements are false.

    The first statement is true; the second is false.

    The first statement is false; the second is true.
    The first statement is true; the second is false
  3. Which of the following actions could result from involvement by the efferent part of the fifth cranial nerve?

    Puckering the lips
    Feeling of pain when biting the tongue
    Toothache in the jawbone
    Chewing a piece of gum
    Chewing a piece of gum
  4. Which of the following skull foramina are associated with the pathway of the seventh cranial nerve from the brain to the facial region?

    Foramen ovale and foramen rotundum

    Foramen spinosum and external acoustic meatus

    Internal acoustic meatus and external acoustic meatus

    Internal acoustic meatus and stylomastoid foramen
    Internal acoustic meatus and stylomastoid foramen
  5. When a patient complains of pain associated with a burn caused by hot coffee on the anterior dorsal surface of the tongue, which of the following nerves transmits this pain?

    Glossopharyngeal nerve
    Facial nerve
    Vestibulocochlear nerve
    Hypoglossal nerve
    Facial nerve
  6. Discomfort from an infection of BOTH the frontal and ethmoidal sinuses would be associated with involvement of which of the following nerves?

    Facial nerve
    Frontal nerve
    Nasociliary nerve
    Optic nerve
    Nasociliary nerve
  7. Which of the following nerves listed below does NOT form the maxillary nerve in the pterygopalatine fossa?

    Nasopalatine nerve
    Infraorbital nerve
    Incisive nerve
    Anterior superior alveolar nerve
    Incisive nerve
  8. During a dental procedure on the buccal surface of the maxillary molars, a patient reports discomfort in the buccal gingival tissue. Which of the following nerves carries this sensation to the brain?

    Buccal nerve
    Posterior superior alveolar nerve
    Zygomaticofacial nerve
    Chorda tympani nerve
    Posterior superior alveolar nerve
  9. During a surgical procedure on the posterior hard palate, which of the following nerves MUST be anesthetized to provide patient comfort?

    Nasopalatine nerve
    Posterior superior alveolar nerve
    Greater palatine nerve
    Lesser palatine nerve
    Greater palatine nerve
  10. Which of the following nerves communicates with the lingual nerve in the submandibular ganglion?

    Chorda tympani nerve
    Hypoglossal nerve
    Greater petrosal nerve
    Mylohyoid nerve
    Chorda tympani nerve
  11. After administration of an inferior alveolar nerve block, the patient reports that the lingual gingival tissue of the mandibular premolars and molars is still sensitive. Which nerve provides sensation from the gingival tissue in this area?

    Mylohyoid nerve
    Lingual nerve
    Mental nerve
    Incisive nerve
    Lingual nerve
  12. Which of the following nerve branches of the facial nerve supplies motor innervation to the buccinator, risorius, and upper lip muscles?

    Temporal nerve branch
    Zygomatic nerve branch
    Buccal nerve branch
    Mandibular nerve branch
    Buccal nerve branch
  13. Which of the following pair of nerves merges posterior to the mental foramen to form the inferior alveolar nerve?

    Incisive and lingual nerves
    Incisive and mental nerves
    Mylohyoid and mental nerves
    Mylohyoid and dental plexus nerves
    Incisive and mental nerves
  14. Which of the following structures are innervated by the motor fibers within the  mandibular division of the trigeminal nerve?

    Muscles of mastication
    All parts of the tongue
    Sternocleidomastoid muscle
    Submandibular salivary glands
    Muscles of mastication
  15. After a serious car accident, a fracture of the ramus of the mandible has damaged nerves within the mandibular canal. The tissue MOST likely to be affected by this nerve damage would be the

    tongue.
    posterior buccal mucosa.
    lingual alveolar mucosa.
    mandibular teeth
    mandibular teeth
  16. Which of the following structures is innervated by the vagus nerve?

    Parotid salivary gland
    Floor of the mouth
    Sternocleidomastoid muscle
    Soft palate muscles
    Soft palate muscles
  17. Which of the following nerves is NOT part of the maxillary division of the trigeminal nerve?

    Anterior superior alveolar nerve
    Infraorbital nerve
    Buccal nerve
    Zygomaticotemporal nerve
    Buccal nerve
  18. Which of the following associations of nerve to bony opening is INCORRECT?

    Mandibular division of the trigeminal nerve: foramen ovale
    Olfactory nerve: cribriform plate
    Oculomotor nerve: inferior orbital fissure
    Vagus nerve: jugular foramen
    Oculomotor nerve: inferior orbital fissure
  19. Where does the infraorbital nerve receive the posterior superior alveolar nerve in order to form the maxillary nerve?

    Infratemporal fossa
    Inferior orbital fissure
    Maxillary tuberosity
    Pterygopalatine fossa
    Pterygopalatine fossa
  20. Which of the following nerves carry pulpal
    sensations from the maxillary canine?

    Nasopalatine nerve
    Anterior superior alveolar nerve
    Middle superior alveolar nerve
    Greater palatine nerve
    Anterior superior alveolar nerve
  21. Which of the following nerves provide motor
    innervation to the floor of the mouth?

    Inferior alveolar nerve
    Hypoglossal nerve
    Glossopharyngeal nerve
    Mylohyoid nerve
    Mylohyoid nerve
  22. Which part of the brain is involved in the regulation of BOTH the heartbeat and breathing?

    Medulla
    Pons
    Cerebellum
    Midbrain
    Medulla
  23. Branches of the facial nerve traverse all of the following openings EXCEPT the

    foramen rotundum.
    internal auditory meatus.
    stylomastoid foramen.
    pterygoid canal
    foramen rotundum.
  24. Which of the following nerves convey
    parasympathetic fibers to the lacrimal gland?

    Chorda tympani nerve
    Occulomotor nerve
    Glossopharyngeal nerve
    Zygomatic nerve
    None of the above
    None of the above
  25. What structure could be DIRECTLY damaged resulting in disruption of the nasopalatine nerve?

    Nasal bones
    Nasal septum
    Frontal bone
    Bridge of nose
    Nasal septum
  26. MULTIPLE ANSWERS

    From the following list of descriptions, select those which can be used for the middle  superior alveolar nerve (MSA).

    Present in all patients
    Communicates with adjacent nerves
    May be absent in some patients
    Never communicates with adjacent nerves
    • Communicates with adjacent nerves
    • May be absent in some patients
  27. MULTIPLE ANSWERS

    From the following list of nerves, select those nerves that supply the parotid salivary gland.

    Glossopharyngeal nerve
    Hypoglossal nerve
    Auriculotemporal nerve
    Facial nerve
    Accessory nerve
    • Glossopharyngeal nerve
    • Auriculotemporal nerve
  28. MULTIPLE ANSWERS

    From the following list of terms, select those terms that can be used to describe the part of the fifth cranial nerve that is formed by the merger of two trunks.

    Second division
    Maxillary nerve
    Third division (V3)
    Mandibular nerve
    • Third division (V3)
    • Mandibular nerve
  29. MULTIPLE ANSWERS

    From the list of regions of the oral cavity, select the regions where crossover of nerves occurs in the jaws of patients which may complicate local anesthesia procedures.

    Maxillary anterior sextant
    Maxillary posterior sextants
    Mandibular anterior sextant
    Mandibular posterior sextants
    • Maxillary anterior sextant
    • Mandibular anterior sextant
  30. MULTIPLE ANSWERS

    From the following list of descriptions, select those which can be used for the chorda tympani nerve.

    Afferent taste sensation for base of tongue

    The lingual nerve that communicates with the pterygopalatine ganglion

    Parasymphathetic efferent nerve for salivary glands

    Exits the skull by way of the petrotympanic fissure
    • Parasymphathetic efferent nerve for salivary glands
    • Exits the skull by way of the petrotympanic fissure

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