figure 16 opthalmic of trigeminal

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  1. you never want to anesthetize which nerve?
    opthalmic nerve
  2. the lacrimal nerve innervates: (3)
    • lateral upper eyelid
    • conjunctiva
    • lacrimal gland
  3. what is the conjunctiva?
    outer layer of the eye
  4. the supraorbital nerve innervates: (2)
    • forehead
    • anterior scalp
  5. the supratrochlear nerve innervates: (3)
    • bridge of the nose
    • medial upper eyelid
    • medial forehead
  6. the ciliary nerve innervates: (1)
    eyeball
  7. the infratrochlear nerve innervates: (2)
    • medial eyelid
    • side of the nose
  8. the anterior ethmoidal nerve innervates: (2)
    • nasal cavity
    • paranasal sinuses
  9. the external nasal nerve innervates: (2)
    • skin of the apex of the nose
    • skin of the ala (the rest is cartilage)
  10. the internal nasal nerve innervates: (2)
    • nasal cavity
    • nasal septum
  11. what is the only nerve to anesthetize (just different branches)?
    trigeminal nerve
  12. what does transient mean?
    not permanent
  13. when a scientist doesn't know why something happens (i.e. bells palsy)
    idiopathic
  14. the facial nerve innervates the muscles of ________ ________.
    facial expression
  15. the facial nerve passes ________ the ________ gland but does not __________ it.
    • through
    • parotid
    • innervate
  16. the facial nerve has a branch called the ______ _________ that innervates the _________ and ___________ salivary glands.
    • corda tympani
    • sublingual
    • subnadibular
  17. usually caused by stroke or injury to the nerve
    facial paralysis
  18. the facial nerve can be injured during an incorrectly administered ___, but is usually only ________.
    • IA
    • transient
  19. an idiopathic facial paralysis, abrupt and can be permanent
    bells palsy
  20. trigeminal neuralgia is ________ and treated by _________ the nerve
    • idiopathic
    • killing
  21. tic douloureux
    trigeminal neuralgia
  22. excruciating short-term pain caused by touching trigger zones which vary but can include areas around the eye and ala of the nose
    trigeminal neuralgia

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