Which foramen transmits the cranial nerve that provides taste sensation from

Which foramen transmits the cranial nerve that

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53.Which foramen transmits the cranial nerve that provides taste sensation from the posterior 1/3 of the tongue? 54. A patient suffers a fracture of the ramus of the mandible in a bar fight. In the emergency room, his lower lip and chin are numb. What nerve has been severed? A.Lingual B.Mental C.Inferior alveolar D.Facial E.Buccal 55.Sensory innervation to the carotid sinus and carotid body is provided by cranial nerve
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CHA 101 Final Exam W’2016 Page 14 *** It is unlawful to reproduce (copy, photograph, scan, etc.), distribute or post electronically this exam, or any part of this exam, without the expressed written permission of the authors/editors: Douglas S. Gross, MD, PhD & Jennifer Plasse, MS(c) *** 56.What is located on a small papilla on the side of the lingual frenulum? DIRECTIONS for QUESTIONS 57-59:From the list below, choose the nerve that innervates each muscle. Each answer choice may be used once, more than once, or not at all. 57.Opponens digiti minimi 58.Flexor carpi ulnaris 59.Supinator 60.In a patient with an indirect inguinal hernia, the herniated loop of bowel could be located A.distal to the deep inguinal ring B.distal to the superficial inguinal ring C.in the scrotum D.All of the above E.None of the above 61.Do you think Questions 61-63 will count?
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CHA 101 Final Exam W’2016 Page 15 *** It is unlawful to reproduce (copy, photograph, scan, etc.), distribute or post electronically this exam, or any part of this exam, without the expressed written permission of the authors/editors: Douglas S. Gross, MD, PhD & Jennifer Plasse, MS(c) *** 62.What is her name? 63.How old is Michael in this picture?
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CHA 101 Final Exam W’2016 Page 16 *** It is unlawful to reproduce (copy, photograph, scan, etc.), distribute or post electronically this exam, or any part of this exam, without the expressed written permission of the authors/editors: Douglas S. Gross, MD, PhD & Jennifer Plasse, MS(c) *** GRIPE SHEET NAME (please print clearly) Please write any comments regarding the accuracy or fairness of specific questions found on this exam. Remove this page and turn it in along with your SCANTRON. Dr. Gross will read this page, and your comments will be considered carefully. QUESTION #COMMENTS
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