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2 / 2 ptsQues!on 13A pa#ent has decreased hand strength in her right hand. She also has numbness inher first three digits. What is most likely the cause?Spinal cord injuryCarpal tunnel syndromeCorrect!Correct!Ulnar nerve damageCVA in the parietal lobe10 / 10 ptsQues!on 14Your Answer:Label the following spinal cord regions in the diagram below:1: _____________________3: _____________________4: _____________________6: _____________________11: ____________________1. Lateral Column3. Gray Commissure4. Anterior Column6. Anterior or Ventral Horn11. Ventral Root1: Lateral Column3: Gray Commissure4: Anterior Column6: Anterior/Ventral Horn11: Ventral Root3 / 3 ptsQues!on 15What cranial nerve is highlighted in blue (also indicated by the arrow) in the figurebelow?Op#cOculomotorCorrect!Correct!TrochlearAbducensSpinal Accessory0 / 3 ptsQues!on 16What type of nerve is the cranial nerve below and what does it control? (Highlightedin blue, also indicated by the arrow)Mixed: Sensa#on of diges#ve tract and Regula#on of heart rateMotor: Tongue movementSensory: Hearing/balanceYou AnsweredYou AnsweredMixed: Facial muscles and TasteCorrect AnswerCorrect Answer4 / 4 ptsQues!on 17Which of the following istrueabout the trigeminal nerve?The mandibular branch receives sensory informa#on from taste buds.The ophthalmic branch controls eye movements.The maxillary branch receives informa#on from the upper lip.Correct!Correct!The maxillary branch controls the muscles of mas#ca#on.0 / 10 ptsQues!on 18Your Answer:Use the figure below to answer the following ques#ons. Answer by wri#ng the le!er(A-J) from the figure that corresponds with the correct cranial nerve.1. This cranial nerve receives sensory informa#on for smell.2. This cranial nerve controls the inferior oblique muscle.3. This cranial nerve has three branches.4. This cranial nerve is responsible for taste on the anterior por#on of the tongue.5. This cranial nerve is responsible for taste on the posterior por#on of the tongue.1. B, Op#c Nerve2. I, Vagus Nerve3. E, Abducens Nerve4. G, Ves#bulocochlear Nerve5. J, Hypoglossal Nerve1.A. (Olfactory)2.C. (Oculomotor)3.D. (Trigeminal)4.F. (Facial)5.H. (Glossopharyngeal)10 / 10 ptsQues!on 19Your Answer:

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