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  1. Facial nerve emerges from what foramen?
    Stylomastoid
  2. Maxillary branch (V2) of the trigeminal nerve goes through what foramen?
    Foramen rotundum
  3. Mandibular branch (V3) of the trigeminal nerve goes through what foramen?
    Foramen ovale
  4. Middle meningeal artery goes through what foramen?
    Foramen spinosum
  5. What vessels form the circle of Willis?
    Posterior cerebral, posterior communicating, internal carotid (turn into middle cerebral), anterior cerebral, anterior communicating
  6. Where do the Posterior cerebral arteries originate?
    Basilar artery
  7. Where do the Anterior and Middle cerebral arteries originate?
    Internal carotid artery
  8. What nerves run in the cavernous sinus?
    CN III, CNIV, CN V1 and V2
  9. What is the main action of the masseter muscle?
    close the jaw
  10. What is the main action of the tmeporalis muscle?
    Elevates mandible, and retracts mandible
  11. Action of the lateral pterygoid muscle?
    Opens jaw, depresses chin, swings jaw from side to side, produces larger lateral chewing motions
  12. Action of the medial pterygoid?
    Acts with masseter to eleveate mandible and protrudes jaw
  13. Where does the facial vein drain?
    Internal jugular vein
  14. What nerves runs along the posterior aspect of the thryoid gland?
    recurrent laryngeal
  15. What is the usual source of epidural bleeding?
    Arterial
  16. What is th usual source of subdural bleeding?
    venous
  17. Where do the cranial sinuses drain into?
    Internal jugular vein
  18. What glands are on the posterior apect of the thyroid gland?
    Parathyroid glands
  19. Facial nerve courses through what structure?
    Parotid gland
  20. Knife wound near the anterior surface of anterior scalene muscle would injur what nerve?
    Phrenic
  21. Thyroidectomy, attempting to ligate the superior thyroid arteries, the nerve that courses close to this artery is?
    External laryngeal nerve

    • Which is infrahyoid muscle that is innervated by branches of the ansa cervicalis?
    • Sternohyoid

    • Which would normally be found in the carotid sheath
    • Internal jugular vein (sympathetic trunk is closley related, not inside)
  22. Accessory nerve to the right SCM injured by gunshot, most likely finding of what motor deficit?
    Weakness in turning head to the left

    • During surgery to thyroid gland, the surgeon should be concerned about damaging a structure that is located close to the posterior aspect of the gland, what structure?
    • Recurrent laryngeal nerve
  23. What are the content of the carotid sheath?
    Internal jugular vein, external carotid artery, vagus nerve
  24. What are the infrahyoid muscles?
    Sternohyoid, Sternothyroid, Thyrohyoid, Omohyoid (superior and inferior bellies)
  25. What are the suprahypid muscles?
    Mylohyoid, DIgastric (anterior and posterior bellies), Stylohyoid
  26. What nerves traverse the floor of the posterior triangle of the neck?
    Accessory nerve to the trapezius and the brachial plexus can be seen between anterior and posterior scalene
  27. Function of Suprahyoid muscles
    pull the hyoid up, larynx goes with it
  28. Function of Infrahyoid muscles
    depress the hyoid-laryngeal apparatus
  29. What is th eorigin of ansa cervicalis?
    C1-C3 of cervical plexus
  30. What nerve courses with the ansa cervicalis for part of its length?
    Hypoglossal
  31. What is the origin of te phrenic nerve?
    C3,4,5
  32. What gives main blood suply for the face and neck?
    External carotid artery
  33. What is the main blood supply to the thyroid gland?
    inferior thyroid artery (from thyrocervical trunk) and superior thyroid artery (from external carotid artery)
  34. What does the cervical plexus provide innervation for?
    sensory to skin on neck and head, supra and infrahyoid muscles, deep neck muscles, phrenic nerve and ansa cervicalis
  35. Where is the retropharyngeal space?
    in front of prevertebral fascia
  36. Maxillary artery
    enters skull through foramen spinosum, supplies the cranial dura mater (branch from maxillary artery)
  37. Facial Nerve (CN VII)
    Enters skull through stylomastoid foramen
  38. Cavernous sinus
    located in middle cranial fossa lateral to body of sphenoid recieves superior ophthalmic vein and sphenoparietal sinus
  39. Straight sinus
    formed by the union of inferior sagittal sinus and great cerebral vein
  40. Supraclavicular nerves
    from C3, C4
  41. Carotid sheath
    fascial compartment contains internal jugular vein, common/internal carotid artery, vagus nerve, some deep cervical lymph nodes, and the inferior root of an ansa cervicalis
  42. Anterior triangle
    Bounded by the anterior cervical midline, inferior border of the mandible, and sternocleidomastoid
  43. Submandibular triangle
    Bordered by the anterior and posterior bellies of the digastric and the inferior border of the mandible- hypolgossal nerve courses deep in this triangle
  44. Carotid triangle
    Bordered by the posterior belly of the digastric, superior belly of the omohyoid, and the upper part of sternocleidomastoid, contains external carotid artery
  45. Muscular triangle
    bordered by the superior belly of the omohyoid, anterior cervical midline, and the lower part of sternocleidomastoid; contains the sternohyoid, sternothyroid, and thyrohyoid muscles
  46. Submental triangle
    bordered by the anterior bellies of the digastric and body of the hyoid
  47. Posterior triangle
    Bordered by SCM, clavicle, anterior border of trapezius; accessory nerve descends across the triangle on levator scapulae
  48. Innervation of Sternocleidomastoid
    Accessory nerve
  49. Action of SCM
    laterally flexes head and neck and rotates head and neck to opposite side
  50. Infrahyoid muscles
    sternohyoid, omohyoid, thyrohyoid, sternothyroid
  51. Innervation of infrahyoid muscles
    ansa cervicalis (except for Thyrohyoid which is a branch of C1 via the hypoglossal)
  52. Suprahyoid muscles
    stylohyoid, digastric, mylohyoid, geniohyoid
  53. Stylohoid innervation
    facial nerve
  54. Digastric innervation
    posterior belly of facial nerve, anterior belly of nerve to mylohyoid, branch of mandibular division of trigeminal nerve
  55. Mylohyoid innervation
    nerve to mylohyoid
  56. Action of suprahyoid muscles
    elevation of hyoid, larynx, phraynx, motions used for vocalization and deglutition, assist in opening mouth when hyoid is fixed by infrahyoid muscles
  57. Branches of the External Carotid Artery
    Superior thryoid, lingual, facial, TERMINAL BRANCHES: Maxillary and superficial temporal arteries
  58. Vertebral artery
    Branches off subclavian, ascends to the angle between scalenus anterior and longus colli, and then traverses the transverse foramina of the upper six cervical vertebrae
  59. Branches of subclavian artery
    Vertebral, internal thoracic, thyrocervical trunk
  60. Inferior thyroid artery
    Branch off thyrocervial trunk ascends along the medial border of scalenus anterior, posterior to the carotid sheath, and then loops inferiorly to the thyroid gland
  61. Blood supply to thyroid gland
    superior thyroid artery (from external carotid) and inferior thyroid artery (from thyrocervical trunk)
  62. Venous drainage of thyroid gland
    internal jugular vein (via superior and middle thyroidvein) and brachiocephalic vein (via inferior thyroid vein)
  63. Lymphatic drainage of thyroid gland
    Deep cervical lymph nodes
  64. Action of Masseter Muscle
    elevation of mandible
  65. Innervation of Masseter muscle
    masseteric nerve (branch of mandibular nerve from CNV, trigeminal)
  66. Mandibular nerve
    branch of trigeminal (only branch that has motor fibers)
  67. Branches of the trigeminal nerve (CNV)
    opthalmic, maxillary, mandibular provide cutaneous innervation of the face
  68. Action and Innervation of Temporalis
    elevation and retraction of the mandible innervated by the anterior an dposterior temporal nerves (branches of mandibular nerve)
  69. What nerve does sensory and motor for the larynx?
    VAGUS!
  70. What is the main blood supply to the larynx?
    Superior thyroid artery
  71. What symptom results from improper vbration of the vocal folds?
    Hoarseness
  72. Arytenoid cartilages
    sit on the posterior aspect of the cricoid cartilage
  73. Cricoid cartilage
    ring of cartilage below throid cartilage, gets thicker posteriorly
  74. What vessel does the superior thyroid artery branch off of?
    external carotid
  75. What vessell does the inferior thyroid artery branch off of?
    thyrocervical trunk (branch from the subclavian)
  76. What does the vocalis muscle do?
    part of vocal fold, acts to produce sounds
  77. What nerve innervates the cricothyroid muscle?
    external laryngeal
  78. Action of posterior cricoarytenoid muscles
    abduction of vocal fold
  79. Action of lateral cricoarytenoid muscles
    adduction of vocal ligaments
  80. Muscles of the larynx
    Cricothyroid, posterior cricoarytenoid, lateral cricoarytenoid, thyroarytenoid, vocalis, transverse arytenoid,oblique arytenoid, aryepiglotticus
  81. Motor innervation to the intrinsic muscles of the larynx?
    Recurrent laryngeal nerve (except cricothyroid which is innervated by the external laryngeal nerve)
  82. What nerve provides the sensory innervation below the vocal cords?
    recurrent laryngeal nerve
  83. What bone is the tensor tympani muscle attached to?
    malleus
  84. What nerve does the chordae tympani come off of?
    Facial nerve
  85. Chordae tympani runs through what before it joins the lingual nerve?
    middle ear
  86. What provides sensory innervation to lower teeth and gums?
    inferior alveolar nerve (branch of V3)
  87. What provides sensory innervation of the lower lip and chin?
    mental nerve (branch of V3)
  88. What branch of V3 carries postganglionic parasympatetic secretomotor fibers from the otic ganglion to the facial nerve?
    auriculotemporal
  89. What provides general sensory innervation to the anterior 2/3 of the tongue?
    lingual nerve
  90. What provides taste to the anterior 2/3 of the tongue?
    chorda tympani (branch of facial that joins the lingual)
  91. What nodes do the thyroid gland drain into?
    deep cervical nodes
  92. The carotid sinus recieve sensory information via what nerve?
    glossopharyngeal
  93. Does the sympathetic trunk travel anterior or posterior to the carotid sheath?
    posterior
  94. What nerves make up the ansa cervicalis
    superior roots= C1, inferior root= C2,3
  95. What branch of the vagus gives sensory innnervation for auricle, exnternal acoustic meatus and tympanic membrane?
    Auriculotemporal nerve
  96. What branch of the vagus gives motor innnervation to the pharynx and palate?
    pharyngeal branch
  97. What branch of the vagus gives sensory innnervation to the larynx above the vocal folds and general sensory and taste for epilgottis?
    Internal laryngeal nerve
  98. What branch of the vagus pierces the thyrohyoid membrane?
    Internal laryngeal nerve
  99. What branch of the vagus gives motor innnervation to the cricothyroid muscle?
    External laryngeal
  100. What muscles of the neck and posterior to the retropharyngeal space
    Longus capitis and longus coli
  101. Where does the vertebral artery originate from?
    Subclavian artery
  102. What does the inferior thyroid artery branch off of?
    thyrocervical trunk (a branch of subclavian)
  103. What nerves innervate the medial and lateral pterygoid muscles?
    mandibular (V3)
  104. What branch of trigeminal contains post ganglions sympathetic and parasympathetic fibers to the lcarimal gland?
    maxillary
  105. What nerve contains preganglionic parasympathetic fibers to the pteryogpalatine ganglion?
    Lingual nerve (a branch of facial, CN VII)
  106. What artery does the middle meningeal arty branch off of?
    Maxillary artery (branch of external carotid)
  107. What foramen does the inferior alveolar artery travel through (and with what nerve)?
    It travels with inferior alveolar nerve (branch of V3) into the mandibular foramen
  108. What forms the cruciform ligaments of the atlas?
    transverse ligament of atlas and inferior and superior longitudinal band
  109. What do the alar ligaments attach to
    from the dens to the occipital condyles, prevent excess rotation of atlantoaxial joints
  110. What muscles attach to the cartilagious part of the auditory tube that help in equalization of air pressure?
    alpingopharyngeus, levator veli palatini, tensor veli palatini
  111. How does the nasopharynx communicate with nasal cavities?
    Chooanae
  112. What are the upper and lower borders of the nasopharynx?
    base of skull to soft palate
  113. What are the upper and lower borders of the oropharynx?
    Soft palate to epiglottis
  114. What important structures are in the oropharynx?
    pharyngela tonsils and pharyngeal opening to the auditory tube
  115. What are the lateral borders of the oropharynx that connect it with the oral cavity?
    palatoglossal and palatopharyngeal arches (created by folds)
  116. What is located between the palatoglossal and palatopharyngeal arches?
    palatine tonsils
  117. What are the uppe rand lower borders of the laryngopharynx?
    epiglottis to the esophagus
  118. What innervates the pharyngeal constrictors?
    vagus via the pharyngeal plexus (part of the inferior pharyngeal constrictor is by the external laryngeal branch of vagus)
  119. What is the function of glossopharyngeal nerve (CN IX)?
    sensory to mucosa of oropharynx and only motor fibers to the stylopharyngeus
  120. What nerve innervates pharyngeal muscles?
    vagus (except stylopharyngeus is by glossopharyngeal)
  121. What does marks the site of origin of the thyroid gland?
    foramen cecum on the tongue
  122. What attaches the inferior surface of the tongue to the floor of the mouth?
    lingual frenulum
  123. What is the function of the genioglossus?
    deviation of tongue to opposite side, when both act they protrude the tongue
  124. What is the function of the hyoglossus?
    depression of the tongue
  125. What is the function of styloglossus?
    elevation and retraction of the tongue
  126. What is the function of palatoglossus?
    elevation of the tongue
  127. What are the extrinsic tongue mucles innervated by?
    hypoglossus (except palatoglossus which is vagus)
  128. What nerve is the submandibular ganglion suspended from?
    lingual nerve
  129. What nerve fibers does the lingual nerve carry to the sublingual and submandibular glands?
    Preganglionic parasympathetic fibers from the chorda tympani
  130. What two muscles does the hypoglossal nerve course between?
    mylohyoid and hyoglossus
  131. What nerve courses deep to the palatine tonsil and is subject to being injusted during tonsillectomy?
    glossopharyngeal
  132. What nerve provides taste and general sensation to the posterior 1/3 of tongue?
    glossopharyngeal
  133. What innervates tensor veli palatini
    nerve to tensor veli palatini (branch of nerve to medial pterygoid, branch of mandibular nerve)
  134. What provides sensory innervation to the hard palate as far as the incisor teeth?
    greater palatine nerve (branch of the maxillary nerve)
  135. What nerve exits from the greater palatine foramen?
    greater palatine nerve *branch of maxillary nerve)
  136. What fibers from the pterygopalatine ganglion coursw with the greater palatine, lesser palatine and nasopalatine nerves to stimlate secreton from palatal glands?
    postganglionic parasympathetic secretomtor fibers from pterygopalatine ganglion
  137. Where to the vocal cords attach?
    from the posterior surface of thryoid cartilage to the vocal process of the arytenoid cartilage
  138. What recess is on each side of the epiglottis?
    piriform recess
  139. What do the vocal folds contain?
    vocal ligaments
  140. What space is formed between vestibular and vocal folds?
    ventricle
  141. What is the action of the cricothyroid muscle?
    tilt thyroid cartilage forward, tensing and adducting the vocal ligament
  142. What is the action of the posterior cricoarytenoid?
    laterally rotates arytenoids, ABDUCT vocal ligaments (only abductors of vocal ligament)
  143. What is the action of the cricoarytenoid?
    Medially rotates the arytenoids which adducts the vocal ligament
  144. Transverse and oblique arytenoids
    Adduct the vocal ligaments
  145. What is the action of vocalis muscle?
    varies length and tension of vocal ligament to produce variations in pitch
  146. What innervates laryngeal muscles?
    recurrent laryngeal nerves (except cricothyroid which is by external laryngeal nerve)
  147. What nerve pierces the thyrohyoid membrane?
    internal laryngeal nerve (branch of superior laryngeal nerve)
  148. What nerve provides sensory innervation to the laryngeal mucosa superior to the vocal folds?
    internal laryngeal nerve
  149. What nerve descends with the superior thyroid artery?
    external laryngeal nerve
  150. What provides sensory to the laryngeal mucosa inferior to the vocal folds?
    recurrent laryngeal nerve
  151. What nerve pierces the thyrohyoid membrane with the internal laryngeal nerve?
    superior larygneal artery (branch of superior thyroid artery)
  152. What recess is posterior to the epiglottis?
    vallecula
  153. What muscles are supplied by the motor branches of the mandibular nerve (V3)?
    Masseter, Temporal, Medial and lateral pterygoids, Mylohyoid, Anterior belly of digastric, Tensor tympani, Tensor veli palatini
  154. What are the symptoms of trigeminal nerve damage?
    Loss of sensation in the face, loss of function of muscles of mastication, loss of taste on the anterior 2/3 of tongue
  155. What is the sensory ganglion for the facial nerve?
    geniculate ganglion
  156. What is the sensory ganglion for the vestibulocochlear nerve?
    Vestibular and cochlear ganglia
  157. What muscles does the facial nerve supply?
    Muscles of facial expression, posterior belly of the digastric, stylohyoid, stapedius
  158. What is the motor branch of the corneal reflex?
    facial (7, close your eyelid)
  159. What is the sensory branch for the corneal reflex?
    Maxillary nerve (V1)
  160. Only muscle glossopharyngeal nerve supplies
    Stylophayrngeus
  161. What nerve is responsible for the afferent component of the gag reflex?
    Glossopharyngeal
  162. What nerve is responsible for the efferent component of the gag reflex?
    Vagus
  163. What is damaged if the pharynx deviates to the left when eliciting the gag reflex?
    the right CN IX/X
  164. What will result from a left sided CN XII injury?
    tongue will deivate to the left upon protrusion
  165. What nerve is the watchdog of the larynx?
    internal laryngeal nerve
  166. What is the deficit caused by injury of the superior laryngeal branch of the vagus nerve?
    weakness of voice because of injury to the cricothyroid muscle abd anestesia to the superior part of the larynx
  167. What is the deficit caused by injury of the recurrent laryngeal branch of the vagus nerve?
    hoarseness and dysphonia (difficulty speaking) because of paralysis of vocal folds
  168. What is the deficit caused by injury of both recurrent laryngeal nerves?
    aphonia (inability to speak) and inspiratory stridor
  169. What muscles are innervated by the hypoglossal nerve?
    genioglossus, styloglossus, hyoglossus
  170. From what nerve does the superior root of the ansa cervicalis branch?
    hypoglossal
  171. What muscles does the ansa cervicalis supply?
    infrahyoid muscles
  172. Does CN I emerge from brainstem
    No
  173. Does CN II emerge from brainstem
    No
  174. Where does CN III emerge?
    Interpeduncular foramen, Just over bridge of pons
  175. Where does CN IV emerge?
    Dorsal surface of the midbrain, wraps around peduncles
  176. Where does CN V emerge?
    pons
  177. Where does CN VI emerge?
    Pontomedullary junction
  178. Where does CN VII emerge?
    Pons/Pontomedullary junction
  179. Where does CN VIII emerge?
    Pontomedullary junction
  180. Where does CN IX emerge?
    Medulla posterior to olive
  181. Where does CN X emerge?
    Medulla posterior to olive
  182. Where does CN XI emerge?
    Medulla posterior to olive
  183. Where does CN XII emerge?
    Medulla anterior to olive
  184. What is the course of CN V2?
    Passes through the maxillary bone, exits infraorbital foramen
  185. What is the course of CN VI?
    Through petrous part of temporal bone, Near ICA, through the cavernous sinus, exits through superior orbital fissue to supply lateral rectus
  186. What ganglion is associated with CN V?
    trigemnical ganglion
  187. What ganglion is associated with CN VII?
    geniculate
  188. What are the motor, autonomic and sensory functions of the facial nerve?
    Motor: muscles of facial expression, Autonomic: lacrimal gland and some salivary glands, Sensory: taste anterior 2/3 of tongue, skin of external ear
  189. What foramen does CN VII come out of?
    sytlomastoid foramen
  190. What bone is the geniculate ganglion embedded in?
    temporal bone
  191. What ganglia are associated with the CN IX?
    superior and inferior glossopharyngeal (sensory), otic ganglion (parasympathetic to parotid gland)
  192. What motor, sensory and autonomic function does CN IX do?
    Motor to stylopharyngeus, sensory to posterior 1/3 of tongue (and special taste), skin of ear, carotid sinus (BP), carotid body (gases), parasympathetic to parotid
  193. What ganglia are associated with the vagus nerve?
    superior and inferior vagal
  194. What is the function of the hypoglossal nerve?
    Motor to all the intrinsic and extrinside muscles of the tongue (except palatoglossus, which is by vagus)
  195. How do sympathetic nerve fibers reach the ciliary ganglion?
    Through the opthalmic artery nerve plexus or long ciliary nerves
  196. What kind of fibers are in short ciliary nerves
    sympathetic (post ganglionic from SCG), parasympathetic (pre andpost ganglionic from CN III), sensory (post ganglionic from V)
  197. What symptoms would result from sympathetic nerve injury at the ciliary ganglion?
    ptosis and pupillary constriction
  198. What are the branches of the mandibular nerve (V3)?
    inferior alveolar, lingual, buccal, chorda tympani, otic ganglion closely associated
  199. What ligament attaches from the dens to the occipital bone
    alar ligament
  200. What thick ligament at the base of skull travels down the posterior aspect of the vertebral bodies at the posterior longitudinal ligament?
    Tectorial membrane
  201. What ligament holds the dens against the anterior arch of the atlas?
    cruciate ligament
  202. Patient with hoarse voice, uvula deviates to the left, what is the damaged nerve?
    Right vagus
  203. What are the tonsils in the nasopharynx?
    Pharyngeal tonsils
  204. What are the tonsils inthe oropharynx?
    palatine and lingual
  205. Which part of the pharynx is the eustachian tube in?
    Nasopharynx
  206. Where is the ethmoidal bulla located?
    in the middle nasal meatus?
  207. What are the openings in the middle nasal meatus?
    mopening to maxillary sinus, opening of middle ethmoidal air cells, semilunar hiatus (connect to frontonasal sinus)
  208. What are the opening in the superior nasal meatus?
    Posterior ethmoidal cells, opening of the sphenoid sinus
  209. Where are the openings of the sumandibular and sublingual ducts?
    between the floor of the mouth and root of the tongue
  210. The hypoglossal nerve innervates all the muscles of the tongue except which one?
    palatoglossus (by vagus)
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