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Name the nerves, which are located between the semispinalis capitis and the semispinalis cervicis.

C3-C8

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The C2 dorsal ramus winds around the articular process. True/False

False

2

Name the nerve, which emerges between the vertebral artery and the posterior arch of the atlas.

Suboccipital nerve, C1 dorsal ramus

3

Name four muscles, which are innervated by the C1 dorsal ramus.

rectus capitis posterior major &minor, obliquus capitis superior & inferior, and the semispinalis capitis.

4

Name the two nerves, which supply the inferior oblique capitis muscle.

C1-C2 dorsal ramus

5

The medial branch of the C2 dorsal ramus is also known as ____________.

Greater occipital nerve, c2 dorsal ramus

6

The medial branch of the C3 dorsal ramus is also known as

3rd or least occipital nerve.

7

Name three nerves, which pierce the semispinalis capitis & trapezius to supply the skin of the occipitalscalp.

Dorsal ramus C2-4(5) medial branches

8

Name the three nerves, which run between the semispinalis capitis and cervicis.

C3-5 dorsal ramus

9

Name the nerves, which innervate the semispinalis cervicis and multifidus.

C4-8 dorsal rami (medial branches)

10

Name the nerves, which innervate the multifidi.

C4-8 dorsal rami (medial branches)

11

Name the nerves, which innervate the iliocostalis.

C4-8 dorsal rami (lateral branches)

12

Name the sacral nerves, which innervate the multifidi.

S1-3 dorsal rami

13

Name the dorsal rami, which are larger than the corresponding ventral ramus of the spinal nerve.

C1-2 dorsal rami

14

Each ventral ramus of the spinal nerve receives at least one gray ramus communicans. T/F

True

15

Name the ventral rami, which receive sympathetic fivers from the middle cervical sympathetic ganglion.

C5-6 ventral rami

16

The C1 ventral ramus emerges between the _______ & ________muscles.

Rectus capitis anterior and rectus capitis lateralis.

17

The C2 ventral ramus emerges between the _______& ________ muscles.

Longus capitis and levator scapulae

18

The cervical plexus locates in front of the ____& _______muscles.

Middle scalene and levator scapulae

19

The lesser occipital nerve communicates with: (3)

Greater occipital nerve C2, great auricular nerve C2-3, posterior auricular nerve of facial nerve.

20

Name the nerves, which are included in the ascending superficial group of the cervical plexus.

The lesser occipital nerve, greater auricular nerve, transverse cutaneous nerve of neck

21

Name the nerve, which innervates the skin over the upper cranial surface of the auricle.

Lesser occipital nerve C2

22

Name the nerve, which accompanies the external jugular vein.

Great auricular nerve C2-3

23

Name the nerve, which innervates the skin over the lower cranial surface of the auricle, lobule and concha.

Great auricular nerve C2-3

24

Name three nerves, which communicate with the posterior branch of the great auricular nerve.

Lesser occipital nerve C2, auricular branch of vagus, posterior auricular of facial nerve.

25

Name the nerve, which innervates the skin of the upper and front part of the neck.

Transverse cutaneous nerve of the neck (ascending branches) C2-3

26

Name the nerve(s) that is/are included in the descending superficial group of the cervical plexus.

supraclavicular nerve: medial, intermediate, lateral, and posterior supraclavicular nerves.

27

Name the nerve, which innervates the sternoclavicular joint.

Supraclavicular nerve (medial branch) C3-4

28

Name the nerve, which supplies the skin over the pectoralis major and deltoid up to second rib.

Supraclavicular nerve (intermediate branch) C3-4

29

Name the nerve, which supplies the skin over the trapezius and acromion process.

Supraclavicular nerve (lateral/posterior branch) C3-4

30

Name two cranial nerves, which communicate with the loop between the C1 and C2 nerves.

Vagus and hypoglossal nerves

31

Name four muscles, which are innervated by the deep medial branches of the cervical plexus.

Diaphragm, rectus capitis anterior, longus Colli, longus capitis.

32

Name the nerve, which descends the front of the scalene anterior.

Phrenic nerve C4(C3,C5)

33

Name the nerve, which accompanies the pericardiacophrenic artery.

Phrenic nerve C4(C3,C5)

34

The irritation of the phrenic nerve might cause

Hiccups or spasmodic contraction of the diaphragm.

35

Name the modality (is) of the communicating branch of the lateral deep group of the cervical plexus with the accessory nerve.

Somatic afferent

36

Name the muscles, which are innervated by the branches of the deep lateral group of the cervical plexus.

SCM, trapezius, levator scapulae, anterior scalene (middle and poterior scalene added to notes?)