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  • [[Image:Cranial nerve origins.gif|center|thumb|300px|A basal view of cranial nerve origins]] *[[Wikipedia:Cranial nerve]]
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  • '''Auerbach's nerve plexus''' (''aka'' myenteric plexus) is an autonomic nerve plexus in the [[stomach]] located between circular and longitudinal smooth
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  • The '''pudendal nerve''' is a somatic [[nerve]] of the [[pelvis]], running from S<sub>2</sub>-S<sub>4</sub>. Then, the pudendal nerve enters the [[perineum]] via the lesser sciatic foramen.
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  • ...''optic nerve''' is a [[cranial nerve]] (II) that is the special sensory [[nerve]] of sight. ...motor nerve|occulomotor]], [[trochlear nerve|trochlear]], and [[ophthalmic nerve|ophthalmic]]; V<sub>1</sub>) all pass through the superior orbital fissure.
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  • The '''oculomotor nerve''' is a motor [[cranial nerve]] (III) that supplies the ''[[levator palpabrae superioris]]'' (skeletal mu [[Category:Nerve]] [[Category:Neuroanatomy]] [[Category:Head]]
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  • The '''trochlear nerve''' is a motor [[cranial nerve]] (IV) that supplies the [[superior oblique]] muscle. [[Category:Nerve]] [[Category:Neuroanatomy]] [[Category:Head]]
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  • ...ve''' is a sensory branch of the [[ophthalmic nerve|ophthalmic]] [[cranial nerve]] (V<sub>1</sub>). #Infra-trochlear nerve, which exits the orbit medially, where it is sensory to the medial part of
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  • ...ve''' is a sensory branch of the [[ophthalmic nerve|ophthalmic]] [[cranial nerve]] (V<sub>1</sub>) which exits the [[orbit]] laterally, and is sensory to th [[Category:Nerve]] [[Category:Neuroanatomy]] [[Category:Head]]
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  • ...ve''' is a sensory branch of the [[ophthalmic nerve|ophthalmic]] [[cranial nerve]] (V<sub>1</sub>), which passes along the roof of the [[orbit]] to supply t [[Category:Nerve]] [[Category:Neuroanatomy]] [[Category:Head]]
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  • ...stem, be able to accurately localize a patient's problem to the peripheral nerve, neuromuscular junction or muscle. ...%202/CNS/NerveMuscleDiseasePowerpointDrMNicolle.ppt Approach to Muscle and nerve problems] Powerpoint slides from the lecture given on 2 December 2004.
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  • *#Vestibular nerve **motoneurons in the '''left abducens nerve (6th)''' become more active
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  • === How do these action potentials differ from those recorded from nerve or skeletal muscle? === *4,0, and 3 are relatively similar to skeletal muscle and nerve potentials
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  • ...he function is to "compress" data so that it can all fit through the optic nerve
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  • === Discuss inflammatory mediators and nerve fibres responsible for nociception ===
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  • ==== Some hearing aids stimulate the whole 8th nerve directly. Explain why these are not likely to be good hearing aids ====
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  • ...ye, and ''behind'' merges with the coverings ([[meninges]]) of the [[optic nerve]]. The ''[[optic nerve]] ([[Cranial nerve]] II) is a special sensory nerve responsible for vision.
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  • ...receptors? What is the relationship between arterial pressure and afferent nerve activity? === *permits either increase or decrease of nerve activity
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  • *squishes the 6th nerve often ==== Olfactory nerve ====
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  • *nerve cells have resting membrane potential 6.Give the equilibrium potentials for K+, Na+ and Cl- in a nerve membrane. What is the normal resting membrane potential?
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  • ...motor]] ([[cranial nerve]] III) and [[trochlear nerve|trochlear]] (cranial nerve IV) nerves. Also, superior colliculi neurons project to [[cranial nerve]] nuclei (III, IV and VI) responsible for movements of the extraocular musc
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  • ...he right tibia. The ulnar, popliteal and tibial nerves and the left radial nerve were clearly palpable. The patient�s left hand was in an unusual
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  • **To avoid injury to the sciatic nerve the '''upper outer quadrant''' (''gluteus medius'' muscle) is injected when
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  • *It travels up the nerve to the CNS and into the brain
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  • == Spinal Nerve, Reflex Arc, and Dermatome == === Define the term spinal nerve, and list its parts and functional components ===
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  • ...osition of the cord in the vertebral canal and on the length of the spinal nerve roots === *Cauda equina (horse's tail) is the bundle of nerve roots in the spinal canal below vertebral L2.
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  • [[Image:Cranial nerve origins.gif|center|thumb|300px|A basal view of cranial nerve origins]] *[[Wikipedia:Cranial nerve]]
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  • *adheres tightly to surface of spinal cord and to emerging nerve rootlets and roots.
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  • *#Pain and mechanoreceptors in the skin travel in nerve fibers of the 1st order neuron (pseudounipolar cell body is located in the
    9 KB (1,377 words) - 19:37, 27 October 2004
  • ...regions, including [[basal ganglia]] and [[cranial nerve]] II (the [[optic nerve]]).
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  • *The orientation of the image in each optic nerve is identical to that perceived in the retina of each eye *optic nerve fibres carrying the portion of the image perceived in the nasal fields [htt
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