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5(a) CN - Lecture 4: Mini Review Peripheral nerves are...

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Unformatted text preview: Lecture 4: Mini Review Peripheral nerves are classified by __________ and __________ . Which are the fastest? The slowest? What surrounds the bundles of axons called fascicles? Why is it so important that people with diabetic polyneuropathy practice proper foot care? What are the functional differences that you would see in a client with Klumpes Palsy versus Erbs Palsy? Lecture 5: PNS Cont. Cranial Nerves 1. Cranial Nerves Names & Functions 1. Clinical Correlates Trigeminal Neuralgia Bells Palsy Occulomotor Nerve Acoustic Neuroma Exchange information between the PNS and CNS Functionally analogous to spinal nerves DIFFERENCE: some CNs are only motor, some only sensory, some both 4 functions of CNs: 1. Supply motor innervation to muscles of the face, eyes, tongue, jaw and two neck muscles 2. Transmit somatosensory information from the skin and muscles of the face and the TMJ 3. Transmit special sensory information related to visual, auditory, gustatory, olfactory, and visceral sensations 4. Provide parasympathetic regulation of heart rate, blood pressure, breathing, digestion and pupil size CN order:...
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5(a) CN - Lecture 4: Mini Review Peripheral nerves are...

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