Which of the following four statements about the posterior cricoarytenoid

Which of the following four statements about the

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38. Which of the following four statements about the posterior cricoarytenoid muscle is FALSE? A. It abducts the vocal folds. B. It is innervated by a branch of the internal laryngeal nerve. C. It takes origin from the cricoid lamina. D. It inserts onto the muscular process of the arytenoid cartilage. 39. What nerve supplies the lining of the larynx inferior to the vocal folds with sensation? 40. Which of the following statements about the eye is TRUE? 41. Three cranial nerves provide motor innervation to the muscles that move the eye. What are they?
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CHA 101 Final Exam Spring 2018 Page 1442. You observe an emergency room physician making an eye exam. How does she test the right superior oblique muscle? A. While looking at the patient’s right eye, she asks the patient to watch her finger as she moves it to the patient’s left. From that position, she asks the patient to watch her finger as she moves it downward. B. While looking at the patient’s right eye, she asks the patient to watch her finger as she moves it to the patient’s right. C. While looking at the patient’s right eye, she asks the patient to watch her finger as she moves it to the patient’s right. From that position, she asks the patient to watch her finger as she moves it downward. D. While looking at the patient’s right eye, she asks the patient to watch her finger as she moves it to the patient’s left. From that position, she asks the patient to watch her finger as she moves it upward. E. While looking at the patient’s right eye, she asks the patient to watch her finger as she moves it to the patient’s right. From that position, she asks the patient to watch her finger as she moves it upward.
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