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The Ascending Superficial branches of the Cervical Plexus come off what two vertebrae?

C2,C3

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What Superficial Branch supplies innervation to the skin of anterior neck and deep to platysma?

The Transverse Cervical nerve

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The Superficial Branches of the Cervical Plexus provide what type of innervation?

All Sensory

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What nerves are associated with the Ascending portion of the Superficial branches within the Cervical Plexus?

Lesser Occipital, Greater Auricular, Transverse Cervical

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Which nerve supplies innervation to the skin of neck, scalp and posterosuperior ear?

The Lesser Occipital n.

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What nerve is considered descending from the Superficial Branches of the Cervical Plexus?

Supraclavicular nerve

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What does the Transverse Cervical nerve innervate?

Skin of anterior neck, deep to platysma

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What nerve supplies innervation to skin over and around parotid gland, mastoid process, inferior ear and angle of mandible?

The Greater Auricular n.

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The Lesser Occipital is located where in association to the Greater Auricular n.

Posteriorly

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The descending superficial branches of the Cervical Plexus come from what vertebrae?

C3 and C4

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The Supraclavicular nerve provides innervation to what structure?

The skin of the neck inferior to Lesser Occipital n., Greater Auricular n., and Transverse Cervical n.

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Deep branches of the Cervical Plexus are what type of innervation?

All Motor

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What Vertebrae supplies innervation to the Geniohyoid

C1

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What vertebrae are associated with the Ansa Cervicalis?

C1, C2 and C3

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What three muscles receive innervation solely from C1

Superior belly of Omohyoid, Geniohyoid, Thyrohyoid

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The Deep branches are found mostly in what triangle of the neck?

Anterior Triangle

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The Sternothyroid receives innervation from what vertebrae?

C1, C2 and C3

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What vertebrae is associated with innervation of the Thyrohyoid?

C1

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When C1 sends innervation to the Geniohyoid and Thyrohyoid, it travels together on what Cranial Nerve?

The Hypoglossal n. (CN VII)

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The Inferior root of the Ansa Cervicalis receives innervation from what vertebrae?

C2 and C3

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The Superior Belly of the Omohyoid receives innervation from what vertebrae?

C1

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The Sternohyoid receives innervation from what vertebrae?

C1, C2 and C3

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The Longus Capitis is innervated from what vertebrae?

C1,C2,C3 and C4

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Vertebrae C2-C8 provide innervation to what muscle that is NOT associated with the Ansa Cervicalis?

Longus Coli

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C1 and C2 are the only two vertebrae that provide innervation to what two muscles that are not associated with the Ansa Cervicalis?

Rectus Capitis Lateralis and Rectus Capitis Anterior

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Phrenic nerve receives majority of innervation from what vertebrae?

C4

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Innervation to Phrenic Nerve comes from what three vertebrae collectively?

C3,C4 and C5

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The middle scalene receives a portion of its innervation from what portion of the CERVICAL PLEXUS?

C3 and C4

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Cervical Plexus roots receive __________ communicating branches, most are from the _____________ cervical ganglion.

Gray, Superior

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Cervical Plexus roots also receives communicating branches with what other cranial nerves?

CN X (vagus) and XI (Spinal Accessory)

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Where is the Sympathetic Chain located in the neck?

Located in the Anterior Triangle and root of neck

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Name the chain ganglia that arises from the sympathetic chain in the cervical region that comes from C1-C4

Superior Cervical Ganglion

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The Middle Cervical Ganglion is associated with what vertebrae?

C5 and C6

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C7 and C8 are associated with what cervical chain ganglia?

Inferior Cervical Ganglion

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Which is the smallest of the three cervical chain ganglia?

Middle Cervical Ganglion