22.A patient has an unusual form of polio in which only the anterior horn motor neurons in the C3-C5 part of the spinal cord are damaged. Which muscle will be the weakest? A.Psoas major B.External intercostal C.Diaphragm D.Iliacus E.External abdominal oblique 23.Which of the following parts of the urinary system is retroperitoneal? 24.Which of the following structures is CORRECTLY paired with an artery that directly supplies it? 25.The coronal suture separates the ___________ bones.
Page 8Questions 26-30 refer to the picture of the skull base below. Choose the labeled foramen that transmits the cranial nerve most likely involved in the clinical scenarios described in Questions 26-30. Each lettered answer may be used once, more than once, or not at all.
Page 926.A patient has trouble speaking due to weak laryngeal muscles. 27.A patient is deaf in one ear due to a tumor on the nerve that innervates the inner ear. 28.A patient has difficulty chewing due to weakness of the masseter muscle. 29.A patient has lost the sense of taste on the posterior 1/3 of the tongue. 30.A patient has reduced sense of smell. 31.General sensation from the anterior 2/3 of the tongue travels in the _______ nerve, a branch of cranial nerve _______. A.Superior laryngeal X B.Inferior alveolar V3 C.Lingual V3 D.Lingual IX E.Glossopharyngeal V3 32.A fracture of the skull at the pterion will often tear the _________, causing bleeding into the _________ space. 33.Which cranial nerve innervates most of the muscles of the palate?
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