foramen fissures and sinuses NBEO.txt

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  1. What passes through the carotid foramen?
    • Sympathetic fibers for eyes
    • Internal carotid artery
  2. What passes through the cribaform foramen?
    CN1
  3. What nerve passes through the hypoglossal foramen?
    CN12
  4. What passes through the infraorbital foramen?
    • Infraorbital nerve
    • CNV2 (Maxillary)
  5. What nerves passes through the jugular foramen?
    • CN9
    • CN10
    • CN11
  6. What passes through the foramen magnum?
    • CN11
    • Vertebral arteries
    • Posterior spinal arteries
    • Dural veins
  7. What passes through the optic foramen?
    • CN2
    • Ophthalmic artery
  8. What nerve passes through the foramen ovale?
    CNV3 (mandibular)
  9. What passes through the foramen rotundum?
    CNV2 (maxillary)
  10. What nerve passes through the stylomastoid foramen?
    CN7
  11. What passes through the supraorbital foramen?
    • Supraorbital nerve
    • Supraorbital artery
  12. What passes through the zygomaticofacial foramen?
    Infraorbital nerve
  13. What passes through the internal auditory meatus?
    • CN7
    • CN8
  14. What passes through the superior orbital fissure?
    • CN3
    • CN4
    • CNV1
    • Superior ophthalmic vein
    • Inferior ophthalmic vein
  15. What passes through the inferior orbital fissure?
    • CNV2
    • Inferior ophthalmic vein
  16. What passes through the superior orbital fissure and the common tendonous ring?
    • NOA
    • Nasociliary nerve
    • Oculomotor nerve
    • Abducens nerve
  17. What passes through the superior orbital fissure but above the CTR?
    • Frontal nerve
    • Trochlear nerve
    • Lacrimal nerve
    • Superior ophthalmic vein
  18. Where is Tolosa-Hunt Syndrome located?
    Cavernous Sinus
  19. What passes through the cavernous sinus?
    • CN3
    • CN4
    • CN6
    • CNV1
    • CNV2
    • Carotid artery
    • Post-ganglionic sympathetic fibers

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