ANAT 2626 Final Questions 2

ANAT 2626 Final Questions 2 - Gross I Final Exam Study Q...

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Gross I Final Exam Study Q & A’s -From Class Notes/ Ameripress; Lynne’s Notes -What are the sensory receptors in the retina? - rods and cones -What is the Optic Disc - Where the optic nerve exit the eyeball, no rods and cones, covered by dura -What muscles does Spinal Accessory innervate -traps, SCM -What segment does Spinal accessory originate from -C4 -what “glossus” muscle does hypoglossal not innervate -palatoglossus -What is the only CN to exit dorsall and decussate - Trochlear -What muscle does abducens innervate -lateral rectus -What muscles change the shape of the lense to control light to the retina -cilliary muscles -innervation to the dilator pupillae -sympathetics, from symp chain/ sup cerv. Ganglion -motor to the muscles of mastication -trigeminal -trigeminal innervate muscles from what embryonic origin? -1 st brachial arch, mesoderm from neural crest cells -action of tensor palitenae -raise soft palate -only motor innervation of Glossopharyngeal - stylopharyngeous musc. -Innervates muscles of facial expression -facial -ganglion in myenteric /auerbauch’s plexii
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-vagus -What arises from the inferior salvatory nucleus? -parasympathetics -Otic ganglion refers to what CN, and innervates what? -glossopharyngeal, parotid gland -facial parasympathetic nucleus -superior salvatory nucleus -innervates anterior 2/3 of the tounge -facial -CN’s that innervate the eyeball (was on a quiz) -optic, occulomoror, trigeminal, abducens, trochlear, facial -CN’s to nasal cavity -olfactory, facial, trigeminal -CN”s to tounge -facial, glossopharyngeal, hypoglossal, trigeminal -Levels of the hyoid, thyroid cartilage, & cricoid -C3, C4/5 disc, C6 -What muscle subdivides anterior and posterior triangles -omohyoid -C2 and C3 dermatomes -bottom jaw, and neck respectively -Which Spinal nerve is in the posterior triangle -C4 -Which spinal segments make up the supraclavicular nerves -C3&C4 -Superficial fascia only contains which muscles -facial expression -Facial nerve innervates muscles of what embryonic origin -2ond pharyngeal/brachial arch, mesoderm from neural crest cells -1 st layer of fascia, under platysma, around SCM, continuous w/ lig. Nuchae -investing layer of cervical fascia (superficial layer deep cervical fascia)
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-Investing layer cerv. Fascia is continuous w/ what inferiorly - thoracolumbar fascia -which fascia encapsulates all muscles attached to vertebrae -prevertebral layer -Which layer encapsulated the viscera of the neck (esophagus/trachea) -pre-tracheal fascia (changes name from buccopharyngeal fascia) -which layers contribute to the carotid sheath - investing, prevertebral, pretracheal -the retropharyngeal space lies between which 2 layers of fascia -prevertebral and pretracheal -external jugular lies superior to which layer -investing layer -spinal segments making up transverse cervical nerve -C2/C3 -Spinal segments making up supraclavicular -C3/C4 -Great auricular follows what vein & is made of which spinal segments -ext. jugular, C2/C3 -what makes up Lesser occipital nerve
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This note was uploaded on 11/22/2011 for the course ANAT 2626 taught by Professor Ronaldg.mayne during the Winter '11 term at Life Chiropractic College West.

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ANAT 2626 Final Questions 2 - Gross I Final Exam Study Q...

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