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NEUROANATOMY

1. Vagus nerve
a) Superior laryngeal nerve passes between external & internal carotids.
b) External laryngeal nerve is found in the mucosa of the piriform fossa.
c) Voice is lost completely in complete damage of both recurrent laryngeal nerves.
d) External laryngeal nerve goes with superior thyroid artery.
e) Supplies stylopharyngeus muscle.

2. T/F
a) Perkinje cells are the only outgoing pathways from cerebrum.
b) Facial colliculus is formed by facial nucleus.
c) Crus cerebri are made up of Cerebral peduncles and substantia nigra.
d) Ligamentum denticulatum is a thickening of pia mater.
e) Posterior column contains 1st order neurons.
f) Damnage to abducent nerve results in paralysis of lateral rectus muscle.
g) Sigmoid sinus drains into the jugular foraman to form the internal jugular vein.
h) Stylopharyngeus muscle is supplied by the glossopharyngeal nerve.
i) Facial nerve curves over the 6th cranial nerve to form facial colliculus.
j) Spinal lemnisci are most posterior in the lower part of the mid brain.
k) Lacrimal nerve supplies lower eyelid.
l) Optic radiation is close to posterior limb of internal capsule.
m) Lateral geniculate body is associated with hearing.

3. Regarding the thalamus


a) Has the body of the fornix on its superior aspect.
b) I s separated from the lentiform nucleus by the external capsule.
c) Has bands of gray matter connecting the thalami of both sides.
d) Has the medial leminiscus ending in its VPL.
e) Has the anterior pole forming the posterior boundary of the interventricular foraman.

4. Following tracts go through inferior cerebellar peduncle


a) Anterior spinocerebellar tract
b) Rubrospinal tract
c) Posterior spinocerebellar tract

5. The 3rd cranial nerve


a) Is related to the 4th and the 6th in the cavernous sinus.
b) Closely related to the posterior communicating artery.

6. Regarding the cerebrum,


a) Motor area for speech is supplied by the central branch of the middle cerebral artery.
b) The lower limb areas extend to the medial surface.
c) The fibres of the cortical tract lie in the genu and the posterior limb of the internal
capsule.
d) Fibres in the optic radiation pass to both parietal and temporal lobes.
7. Regarding the basal ganglia
a) The lentiform nucleus joins the head of the caudate nucleus.
b) The head of the caudate nucleus lies in the floor of the anterior horn of the lateral
ventricle.
c) The internal capsule lies between the caudate and lentiform nuclei.
d) In damage to the basal ganglia there is paralysis of the muscles of the opposite side of
the body.
e) Dopamine is the chief neurotransmitter.

8. Loss of pain & temperature of the opposite side of the body occurs as a result of lesion
in the
a) Posterior column of spinal cord
b) Lateral part of medulla oblongata
c) Anterior gray commisure
d) Anterior limb of internal capsule
e) Posterior ventral nucleus of the thalamus.

9. Uncrossed tracts in spinal cord


a) Vestibulospinal
b) Anterior corticospinal
c) Lateral corticospinal
d) Dorsal column
e) Lateral spinothalamic

10. Inferior peduncle carries


a) Posterior spinocerebellar tract
b) Vestibulocerebellar
c) Rubrocerebellar tract
d) Cuneocerebellar tract
e) Tecto cerebellar tract