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1

Lareral sulcus divides?

Frontal and temporal lobes

2

Diencephalon contains

Thalamus and hypothalmus

3

How is the medulla oblongata derived embryologically?

Rhomencephalon --> myencephalon --> MO

4

How is the diencephalon derived embryologically?

Prosencephalon -->diencephalon

5

2 layers of dura are called

Meningeal and periosteal

6

The middle cerebral artery is a continuation of what?

Internal carotid

7

From where does the posterior inferior cereballar artery arise?

Vertebral

8

From where does the posterior cerebral artery arise?

Inferior communicating

9

Weak area of the skull is called? What lies beneath it?

Pterion
Middle meningeal artery

10

What is the ciliary ganglion supplied by, and where does it go, via what?

CNIII, via V1 to sphincter pupillae

11

The facial nerve supplies which to ganglia? Where do these go and via what?

Pterygopalatine-->V2-->lacrimal gland
Submandibular --> V3 --> Submandibular and sublingual glands

12

How does information get from CNIX to the parotid?

Via the otic ganglion and V3

13

Third ventricle is between?

Thalami

14

Fourth ventricle is between?

Cerebellum and pons

15

What connects the third and fourth ventricles?

Cerebral aqueduct

16

Where is the reticular formation

Tegmentum

17

Reticular formation controls what?

Gives rise to motor pathways
Autonomic centres

18

Ascending reticular activating system involved in what?

Consciousness
Pain
Sleep cycle
Arousal

19

Where do superficial veins of the brain drain to?

Superior sagittal sinus
Confluence of sinuses
Transverse
Sigmoid
IJV

20

Where do deep veins drain to?

Great cerebral vein
Confluence of sinuses
Transverse
Sigmoid
IJV

21

Tectum contains the

Superior and inferior colliculi

22

Trigeminal is motor to what?

Muscles of mastication
Swallowing
Tensor tympani

23

Trigeminal sensory to what?

Anterior scalp, dura, teeth, mucous membranes, skin of face

24

Damage to trigem=jaw deviates to ? side

Ipsilateral

25

Chorda tympani carries fibres between the ? and ? nerve

Facial and lingual (from trigem)

26

Innervation of the tongue?

Ant 2/3 taste- facial
Post 1/3- glossop
Motor- hypoglossal

27

What is Bell's palsy

dysfunction of facial nerve

28

Which cranial nerve damage = dysphagia?

IX

29

Which cranial nerve damage = dysphonia?

X

30

Which cranial nerve damage = dysarthria?

XII, X, IX