Non-Bison Artiodactyla. Elise Barnes. Artiodactyla. Even toed ungulates (hoofed animals) Most of their weight is on two toes, may or may not have two additional toes Includes cattle, pigs, peccary, deer, camels, etc. Two major suborders- Suiformes and Selenodontia. Suiformes.By lefty
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Cranial nerves & Cranial nerve nuclei :. There are 12, paired cranial nerves . The first 2 cranial Ns. attach directly to forebrain (frontal lobe) , while the rest attach to brain stem.
Main Cavities of the Human Body. cranial cavity. vertebral cavity. mediastinum. pleural cavity. pericardial cavity. ventral cavity. (diaphragm). abdominopelvic. abdominal cavity. pelvic cavity.
Cranial Nerves. The “FACE” of Cranial Nerves. I Olfactory II Optic III Oculomotor IV Trochlear V Trigeminal. VI Abducens VII Facial VIII Acoustic IX Glossopharyngeal. X Vagus XI Spinal Accessory Xii Hypoglossal. Cranial Nerves. Cranial Nerves.
Cranial nerves. Assoc. prof. Stefan Sivkov, MD, PhD. Names. I N. olfactorius II N. opticus III N. oculomotorius IV N. trochlearis V N. trigeminus VI N. abducens VII N. facialis VIII N.vestibulocochlearis IX N. glossopharyngeus X N. vagus
Cranial Nerves. III. 1. V. VI. 2. VII. VIII. 3. IX. 4. XI. 5. XII. 1. 2. IV. 3. 4. 6. 5. 7. 9. 8. 10. Cranial Nerve 1: Olfactory Nerve. Anosmia Patients complain of loss of taste. Head injury is a common cause. Cranial Nerve II: Optic Nerve .
Cranial Nerves. R. Shane Tubbs, MS, PA-C, PhD. Embryological Derivative. Pharyngeal Arch Derivative. Autonomic Fibers. Motor/Sensory/Mixed. Origin- supratentorial, stem, cord. Functional Components. GSE GSA GVE GVA SSA SVA SVE. Olfactory nerve= SVA. Optic nerve= SSA.
CRANIAL NERVES. Health Assessment NUR 211. Medical ppt. http://hastaneciyiz.blogspot.com. Anatomy and Physiology. Central Nervous System Brain, spinal cord, motor and sensory pathways Peripheral Nervous System Spinal nerves, cranial nerves, autonomic nervous system.
Cranial Nerves. D. I through XII. Olfactory Nerve I. Sense of smell Damage causes impaired sense of smell. Optic Nerve II. Provides vision Damage causes blindness in visual field. Oculomotor Nerve III. Somatic and Autonomic motor function
Cranial Nerves. Med Sci 531 Spring 2008 D. M. Conley. What to do about all these cranial nerves???!!!! Here’s the important stuff NOW: Names Attachments to brain Exit/enter skull Functions Regions they supply Don’t sweat the details of topography and branches yet.
Cranial Nerves. Cranial Nerves. Cranial Nerves. Cranial Nerves. Mnemonic Aids for Cranial Nerves. On Old Olympus Towering Tops A Famous Vocal German Viewed Some Hops