ANAT 2626 Cranial Nerves, Components and Ganglis Q&A's

ANAT 2626 Cranial Nerves, Components and Ganglis...

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a. SSE b. SVE c. SSA d. SVA 2. Fibers transmitting general sensation (temperature, pressure, touch, etc.) from the skin and mucus membranes are: a. GSA b. GVA c. GSE d. GVE 3. Motor fibers involved in innervating involuntary muscles or glands: a. GSA b. GVA c. GSE d. GVE 4. Fibers conveying sensations from the viscera: a. GSA b. GVA c. GSE d. GVE 5. Fibers transmitting unique sensations of taste and smell: a. SSE b. SVE c. SSA d. SVA 6. This innervates the tastebuds on the epiglottis: a. superior laryngeal nerve b. superior constrictor nerve c. glossopharyngeal nerve d. vagus nerve 7. What nerve(s) supplies special sensory innervation for taste to the anterior 2/3 of the tongue? a. Lingual nerve b. Chorda Tympani nerve c. Glossopharyngeal nerve d. Trigeminal nerve 8. The vallate papillae are supplied by: a. Facial nerve b. Chorda Tympani nerve c. Glossopharyngeal nerve
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d. Trigeminal nerve 9A. All muscles of the tongue except this one receive motor innervation from the hypoglossal nerve: a. Palatoglossus muscle
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