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Cranial Nerves

Cranial Nerves

Cranial Nerves. Inferior surface of the brain as it appears on gross dissection. The Olfactory nerve (I) – for sense of smell. Nerves in nasal cavity synapse within olfactory bulbs. The Optic nerve (II) - carries visual information. The Oculomotor nerve (III) - Controls 4 of

By elina
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NERVE SUPPLY OF FACE 5 TH & 7 TH CRANIAL NERVES

NERVE SUPPLY OF FACE 5 TH & 7 TH CRANIAL NERVES

NERVE SUPPLY OF FACE 5 TH & 7 TH CRANIAL NERVES. By : Prof Saeed Abuel Makarem & Dr.Sanaa Alshaarawi. OBJECTIVES. By the end of the lecture, students shouldbe able to : List the nuclei of the deep origin of the trigeminal and facial nerves in the brain stem.

By odell
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SPINAL CORD AND NERVES

SPINAL CORD AND NERVES

SPINAL CORD AND NERVES. Outline. Spinal cord - General considerations - Gray matter: arc reflex - White matter: Sensory and motor tracts Nerves - Cranial nerves - Spinal nerves. Outline. Spinal cord - General considerations - Gray matter: arc reflex

By memphis
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Optic nerve, from retina, through optic canals, to diencephalon; special sensory

Optic nerve, from retina, through optic canals, to diencephalon; special sensory

Optic nerve, from retina, through optic canals, to diencephalon; special sensory. Facial nerve, mixed, info between face and pons; to differentiate from trigeminal: facial is generally more superficial. Trigeminal nerve, mixed, info between face and pons .

By hannibal
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Trigeminal nerve

Trigeminal nerve

Trigeminal nerve. The largest cranial nerves H as three major branches: the ophthalmic nerve (V1), the maxillary nerve (V2), and the mandibular nerve (V3). The ophthalmic and maxillary nerves are purely sensory, and the mandibular nerve has sensory and motor functions. Trigeminal nerve.

By Ava
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Lab Activity 19 & 20

Lab Activity 19 & 20

Lab Activity 19 & 20. Cranial Nerves General Senses. Portland Community College BI 232. Cranial Nerves. Nerves that originate from the brain rather than the spinal cord Part of the peripheral nervous system (not the central nervous system) May contain one or more of the following: Sensory

By klaus
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Lab exam extra credit BY: HODA ABDI

Lab exam extra credit BY: HODA ABDI

Lab exam extra credit BY: HODA ABDI. CH.1. 1. 4. 2. 3. 5. 6. Answer:. 1) Cranial cavity 2)Dorsal Cavity 3)Vertebral Cavity 4)Thoracic Cavity 5)Abdominal cavity 6)Pelvic Cavity. Planes of dissection. 1. 2. 3. answer. 1) coronal plane 2) Mid- sagittal plane 3) Transverse plane.

By gannon
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Nervous System

Nervous System

Nervous System. The study of the structure and function of the nervous system is Neurology . Doctors who study it are called Neurologists . The basic unit of the nervous system is the Neuron which consists of two parts. The body(gray) matter which is called the Nerve Cell .

By tryna
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Chapter 7—The Nervous System Part 3

Chapter 7—The Nervous System Part 3

Chapter 7—The Nervous System Part 3. Cerebellum. Figure 7.15a. Protection of the Central Nervous System. Scalp and skin Skull and vertebral column Meninges Cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) Blood-brain barrier. Figure 7.16a. Protection of the CNS. Figure 7.17a. Meninges.

By kaipo
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H S V - 1

H S V - 1

H S V - 1. Biological properties. 1.Morphology and structure 1>120-200 nm spherical icosahedral . 2>core dsDNA linear (L segment and S segment ) 3>capsid 162 capsomeres . HSV-1 -capsid from 400kV Spot-scan Electron Cryomicroscopy. 4>envelope

By chase
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12

12

12 . The Central Nervous System: Part B. Lateralization of Cortical Function. Lateralization Division of labor between hemispheres Cerebral dominance Designates the hemisphere dominant for language (left hemisphere in 90% of people). Lateralization of Cortical Function. Left hemisphere

By aric
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Cranial nerves

Cranial nerves

Cranial nerves. Nervi craniales. Cranial nerves. 12 pairs Emerging from the brain stem ( except CN I and CN II), where they have their nuclei ( somatomotor , somatosensitive , sensoric , parasympathic ) Outside brain - ganglias (sensitive, parasympathetic )

By traci
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Cranial Nerves

Cranial Nerves

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.

By garran
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Clivus Bone Metastasis: Review of Cranial Nerves

Clivus Bone Metastasis: Review of Cranial Nerves

Clivus Bone Metastasis: Review of Cranial Nerves. Morning Report July 8, 2009 Chris Caulfield. Clivus Bone. Clivus Metastases: Report of seven patients and literature review. Of 46 patients that had surgery for clivus bone tumors in a 12 year period, seven patients proved to have metastasis

By ronnie
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Section 2 The Cranial Nerves ( 脑神经 )

Section 2 The Cranial Nerves ( 脑神经 )

Section 2 The Cranial Nerves ( 脑神经 ). I. Olfactory n. ( 嗅神经 ) II. Optic n. ( 视神经 ) III. Oculomotor n. ( 动眼神经 ) IV. Trochlear n. ( 滑车神经 ) V. Trigeminal n. ( 三叉神经 ) VI. Abducent n. ( 展神经 ) VII. Facial n. ( 面神经 ). The Cranial Nerves. VIII. Vestibulocochlear n. ( 前庭蜗神经 ) ( 位听神经 )

By tania
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Cranial Nerve Innervation of Ocular Structures

Cranial Nerve Innervation of Ocular Structures

Cranial Nerve Innervation of Ocular Structures. You’ve Got a Lot of Nerve(s)!. Introduction. Orbital structures are innervated by cranial nerves (CNs) II, III, IV, V, VI, and VII

By aldis
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Headache

Headache

Headache. University of Utah Emergency Medicine Medical Student Rotation. Objectives. Describe high risk features of headaches Describe appropriate work-up for high risk headache List common causes of headaches Describe treatment for common headache syndromes. Case 1.

By gitel
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Trigeminal nerve nuclei

Trigeminal nerve nuclei

Innervation of face . The main clinical syndromes of some Cranial Nerves’ ( Trigeminal , Facial , Glossopharyngeal) lesion. Trigeminal nerve nuclei. Nucleus of Pons Nucleus of spinal cord pathway Nucleus of midbrain pathway Motor nucleus. Trigeminal nerve functions.

By nasia
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S ection 2 The Brain (Encephalon) ( 脑 )

S ection 2 The Brain (Encephalon) ( 脑 )

S ection 2 The Brain (Encephalon) ( 脑 ). T HE B RAIN S TEM ( 脑干 ) T HE C EREBELLUM ( 小脑 ) T HE D IENCEPHALON ( 间脑 ) T HE T ELENCEPHALON ( 端脑 ) Average Total Weight: 1400 g. A. Divisions of Brain ( 脑的分部 ). Early embryo ( 早期胚胎 ). Late embryo ( 晚期胚胎 ). Adult ( 成人 ).

By minowa
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Cranial Nerves

Cranial Nerves

Cranial Nerves. IIIrd Nerve 3 Oculomotor. Edinger Westphal nucleus (constricts the pupil). Oculomotor nucleus (motoneurons for eye muscles). Oculomotor nerve (to eye muscles & pupil muscles). (from oculomotor). (from Edinger-Westphal). IVth Nerve 4 Trochlear. IV Nerve 4 Trochlear.

By candra
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