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1

Which area is most likely to cause a constriction or blockage of the eustachian tube?

Cranial base where the sphenoid and temporal bones meet

2

Pain in the cranium can often be localized to the dura where?

Base of the brain

3

Which arteries/parts of arteries are "pain sensitive" within the dura of the cranium?

- Proximal parts of the ACA and MCA

- Intracranial portion of the Internal Carotid a.

4

C2 is in close proximity to what part of the cervical plexus?

Superior cervical ganglion

5

C1 is in close proximity to which ganglion?

Inferior ganglion of vagus n.

6

CN VII is associated with Bell's Palsy and this nerve passes through which bone?

Temporal

7

What are 2 primary examples of arteries related to pain in the cranium?

1. Middle meningeal a. (carried by the dura)

2. Superficial temporal as.

8

Which 4 cranial veins have a dural envelope and may be implicated in cranial pain (i.e. HA's)?

- Superior sagittal sinus

- Inferior sagittal sinus

- Straight sinus

- Transverse sinuses

9

Which cranial bones relevant to OCMM are connected to the dura?

All cranial vault bones!

10

70-75% of the cranial drainage exits where?

SD of which suture can impair this drainage?

- Jugular foramen

- OM suture

11

Which ganglion are located in the C1-C3 area?

Which Tx may help relieve pain in the neck/face/head?

- Superior cervical ganglion (sympathetic to head/face)

- Inferior ganglion of CN X (vagus)

- Suboccipital release!

12

What is the mnemonic for remembering the foramina that the distributions of the Trigeminal (CN V) exit?

- "Standing Room Only"

Superior orbital fissure = V1

- Foramen Rotundum = V2

- Foramen Ovale = V3

13

In which bone can you find the foramen ovale and rotundum?

Trigeminal ganglion?

- Foramen ovale (V3) and rotundum (V2) --> Sphenoid bone

- Trigeminal ganglion --> Temporal bone

14

What's found on the superior surface of the petrosal ridge of the temporal bone?

Meckel's cave ---> contains Trigeminal ganglion, COVERED w/ Dura

15

Which type temporal bone SD would put pressure on the structures deep to the tentorium cerebri (i.e., Trigeminal Ganglion)?

ER Temporal bone SD ---> Trigeminal Neuralgia

16

Which 2 SD's need to be treated for Trigeminal Neuralgia?

Treat the SBS and Temporal dysfunctions

 

17

What 4 things to treat for Plagiocephaly in a child?

- SBS

- Paired bones

- Sutures

- Compensatory changes in MS