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1

What does the cribiform plate transmit?

CN I

2

What does the anterior ethmoidal foramen transmit?

Anterior ethmoidal aa, vein and nerve

3

What does the foramen cecum transmit?

Nasal emissary vein

4

What does the posterior ethmoidal foramen transmit?

Posterior ethmoidal aa, vein and nerve

5

What does the optic canal transmit?

CN II, opthalmic aa

6

What does the superior orbital fissure transmit?

CNs III, IV, V1, VI
Superior opthalmic vein

7

What does the foramen rotundum transmit?

CN V2

8

What goes through foramen ovale?

CN V3
Accessory meningeal artery

9

What does the foramen spinosum transmit?

Middle meningeal aa
Recurrent meningeal nerve (CN V3)

10

What does the hiatus for the greater petrosal nerve transmit?

Greater petrosal nerve - CN VII
Petrosal branch of middle meningeal artery

11

What does the hiatus for the lesser petrosal nerve transmit?

Lesser petrosal nerve - CH IX