Cranial Nerves


  1. The following is a branch of n. facialis:
    1. n. petrosus minor
    2. n. tympanicus
    3. r. auricularis
    4. n. cardiacus superior
    5. none of the answers
  2. It is true that:
    1. Chorda Tympani is a branch of n. glossopharyngeus (n. IX)
    2. n. vagus inervates muscles of larynx too
    3. n. cardiacus major is a branch of n. accessorius
    4. n. glossopharyngeus has its nuclei located in the pons Varoli
    5. none of the answers are correct
  3. It is true that:
    1. n. facialis contains brachimotor, visceromotor and sensory neurons.
    2. n. facialis contains somatomotor, viceromotor and sensory neurons.
    3. n. facialis leaves the skull via foramen jugulare
    4. n. facialis leaves the skull via foramen rotundum
    5. no statement is valid
  4. It is true that:
    1. n. IX runs out from the dorsal side of mesencephalon
    2. n. facialis inervates m. rectus lat. in orbit
    3. n. XII inervates the muscles of the larynx
    4. n. IX has no visceromotor neurons
    5. no statement is valid
  5. n. oculomotorius (n. III) runs out from
    1. medulla oblongata via sulcus lat. post.
    2. a fissure between pons and medulla oblongata
    3. medulla oblongata via sulcus lat. ant.
    4. mesencephalon between fossa interpeduncularis and crus cerebri
    5. no statement is correct
  6. It is true that:
    1. r. internus n. accessorii (n. XI) inervates m. sternocleidomastoideus and m. trapezius
    2. ncl. n. vestibulocochlearis (n. VIII) are located in medulla oblongata
    3. n. IX has no visceromotor neurons
    4. ncl. n. facialis (n. VII) are located in medulla oblongata
    5. no statement is correct
  7. n. trigeminus (n. V) runs out off:
    1. medulla oblongata via sulcus lat. post.
    2. a fissure between pons and medulla oblongata in angulus pontocerebellaris
    3. medulla oblongata via sulcus lat. ant.
    4. mesencephalon between fossa interpeduncularis and crus cerebri
    5. none of the statements are correct
  8. It is true that:
    1. Visceromotor parasymathetic neurons are present in the III; VII; and X CN only
    2. n. lacrimalis is a branch of n. maxillaris
    3. n.zygomaticus is a branch of n. mandibularis
    4. n.infraorbitalis is a branch of n. mandibularis
    5. no statement is correct
  9. It is true that:
    1. r. externus n. accessorii innervates m. sternocleidomastoideus and m. trapezius
    2. n. facialis innervates m. rectus medialis in the orbit
    3. n. glossopharyngeus has its nuclei in pons
    4. n. facialis leaves the skull through foramen jugulare
    5. no statement is correct
  10. It is true that:
    1. Mimetic muscles are innervated by the VIth cranial nerve
    2. Mimetic muscles are innervated by the IXth cranial nerve
    3. n.X CN does not innervate the heart
    4. Glandula parotis obtains secretory parasympathetic fibers from ncl. salivatorius inf. n. IX, but via branches of n. V.
    5. None of the statements  are true
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