Exam II - Functions

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  1. Dorsal root C2
    Gen Sens
  2. Ventral root C2
    Motor
  3. Dorsal ramus C2 (at its origin)
    • Gen Sens
    • Motor
    • Post Symp
  4. Ventral ramus C2 (immediately distal to gray ramus)
    • Gen Sens
    • Motor
    • Post Symp
  5. Dorsal root C8
    Gen Sens
  6. Ventral root C8
    Motor
  7. Dorsal ramus C8 (at its origin)
    • Gen Sens
    • Motor
    • Post Symp
  8. Ventral ramus C8 (immediately distal to the gray ramus)
    • Gen Sens
    • Motor
    • Post Symp
  9. Dorsal root T1
    Gen Sens
  10. Ventral root T1
    • Motor
    • Pre Symp
  11. Dorsal ramus T1 (at its origin)
    • Gen Sens
    • Motor
    • Post Symp
  12. Ventral ramus T1 (immediately distal to the gray ramus)
    • Gen Sens
    • Motor
    • Post Symp
  13. Greater occipital nerve (at its origin)
    • Gen Sens
    • Motor
    • Post Symp
  14. Transverse cervical nerve (at its origin)
    • Gen Sens
    • Post Symp
  15. Inferior root of the ansa cervicalis (at its origin)
    • Gen Sens
    • Motor
    • Post Symp
  16. Phrenic nerve (at its origin)
    • Gen Sens
    • Motor
    • Post Symp
  17. Oculomotor nerve (at its origin from the brainstem)
    • Motor
    • Pre Para
  18. Oculomotor nerve (as it enters the SOF from the cavernous sinus)
    • Motor
    • Post Symp
    • Pre Para
  19. Oculomotor nerve (as it enters the orbit from the SOF)
    • Gen Sens
    • Motor
    • Post Symp
    • Pre Symp
  20. Oculomotor nerve, superior ramus (at its origin in the orbit)
    • Gen Sens
    • Motor
    • Post Symp
  21. Oculomotor nerve, inferior ramus (at its origin in the orbit)
    • Gen Sens
    • Motor
    • Post Symp
    • Pre Para
  22. Trochlear nerve (at its origin in the brainstem)
    Motor
  23. Trochlear nerve (as it enters the orbit from the SOF)
    • Gen Sens
    • Motor
    • Post Symp
  24. Trigeminal nerve (at its origin in the brainstem)
    • Gen Sens
    • Motor
  25. Opthalmic nerve (as it enters the SOF)
    • Gen Sens
    • Post Symp
  26. Opthalmic, frontal nerve (at its origin)
    • Gen Sens
    • Post Symp
  27. Opthalmic, lacrimal nerve (at its origin)
    • Gen Sens
    • Post Symp
  28. Opthalmic, lacrimal nerve (as it enters the lacrimal gland)
    • Gen Sens
    • Post Symp
    • Post Para
  29. Opthalmic, nasociliary nerve (at its origin)
    • Gen Sens
    • Post Symp
  30. Opthalmic, short ciliary nerve (at its origin from the ciliary ganglion)
    • Gen Sens
    • Post Symp
    • Post Para
  31. Maxillary nerve (in foramen rotundum)
    • Gen Sens
    • Post Symp
  32. Maxillary, posterior superior nasal nerves (at their origin)
    • Gen Sens
    • Post Symp
    • Post Para
  33. Maxillary, greater palatine nerve (at its origin)
    • Taste
    • Gen Sens
    • Post Symp
    • Post Para
  34. Maxillary, lesser palatine nerve (at its origin)
    • Taste
    • Gen Sens
    • Post Symp
    • Post Para
  35. Maxillary, Zygomatic nerve (as it enters the orbit)
    • Gen Sens
    • Post Symp
    • Post Para
  36. Maxillary, posterior superior alveolar nerve (at its origin)
    • Gen Sens
    • Post Symp
    • Post Para
  37. Maxillary, infraorbital nerve (as it enters the infraorbital groove)
    • Gen Sens
    • Post Symp
    • Post Para
  38. Mandibular nerve (in foramen ovale)
    • Gen Sens
    • Motor
  39. Mandibular, meningeal branch (at its origin)
    • Gen Sens
    • Post Symp
  40. Mandibular, deep temporal nerve (at its origin)
    • Gen Sens
    • Motor
    • Post Symp
  41. Mandibular, nerve to the medial pterygoid (at its origin)
    • Gen Sens
    • Motor
    • Post Symp
  42. Mandibular, buccal branch (at its origin)
    • Gen Sens
    • Post Symp
  43. Mandibular, auriculotemporal nerve (at its origin)
    • Gen Sens
    • Post Symp
    • Post Para
  44. Mandibular, lingual nerve (at its origin)
    • Gen Sens
    • Post Symp
  45. Mandibular, lingual nerve (at the level of the mandibular foramen)
    • Taste
    • Gen Sens
    • Post Symp
    • Pre Para
  46. Mandibular, inferior alveolar nerve (at its origin)
    • Gen Sens
    • Motor
    • Post Symp
  47. Mandibular, inferior alveolar nerve (in the mandibular foramen)
    • Gen Sens
    • Post Symp
  48. Abducens nerve (at its origin in the brainstem)
    Motor
  49. Abducens nerve (as it enters the orbit from the SOF)
    • Gen Sens
    • Motor
    • Post Symp
  50. Facial nerve (at its origin from the brainstem)
    • Taste
    • Motor
    • Pre Para
  51. Facial (at the internal auditory meatus)
    • Taste
    • Motor
    • Pre Para
  52. Facial nerve, chorda tympani (at its origin)
    • Taste
    • Pre Para
  53. Facial nerve, greater petrosal nerve (at its origin)
    • Taste
    • Pre Para
  54. Facial nerve, nerve of the pterygoid canal (as it exits the pterygoid canal)
    • Taste
    • Post Symp
    • Pre Para
  55. Facial nerve, temporal branch (at its origin)
    • Motor
    • Post Symp
  56. Facial nerve, buccal branch (at its origin)
    • Motor
    • Post Symp
  57. Vestibulocochlear nerve (at its origin in the brainstem)
    Hearing
  58. Glossopharyngeal nerve (at its origin in the brainstem)
    • Taste
    • Gen Sens
    • Motor
    • Pre Para
  59. Glossopharyngeal, tympanic nerve (at its origin)
    • Gen Sens
    • Pre Para
  60. Glossopharyngeal, lingual nerve (at its origin)
    • Taste
    • Gen Sens
    • Post Symp
  61. Glossopharyngeal, N. to stylopharyngeus (at its origin)
    • Gen Sens
    • Motor
    • Post Symp
  62. Vagus nerve (at its origin from the brainstem)
    • Taste
    • Gen Sens
    • Motor
    • Pre Para
  63. Vagus, pharyngeal nerve (at its origin)
    • Gen Sens
    • Motor
    • Post Symp
  64. Vagus, internal laryngeal nerve (at its origin)
    • Taste
    • Gen Sens
    • Post Symp
    • Pre Para
  65. Vagus, external laryngeal nerve (at its origin)
    • Gen Sens
    • Motor
    • Post Symp
  66. Vagus, left nerve (at the level of the 1st rib)
    • Gen Sens
    • Motor
    • Post Symp
    • Pre Para
  67. Vagus, left recurrent laryngeal (at its origin)
    • Gen Sens
    • Motor
    • Post Symp
    • Pre Para
  68. Accessory nerve, (at its origin from the spinal cord)
    Motor
  69. Accessory nerve (as it enters the SCM)
    • Motor
    • Post Symp
  70. Hypoglossal nerve (at its origin from the brainstem)
    Motor
  71. Hypoglossal nerve (as it passes lateral to the hyoglossus muscle)
    • Gen Sens
    • Motor
    • Post Symp

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Exam II - Functions
Updated:
2010-11-21 23:31:45
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Periphery Nerves
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Functions of periphery nerves and associated ventral and dorsal roots and rami.
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