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1

What muscle is innervated by the axillary n.

Deltoid and teres minor

2

What muscles are innervated by the musculocutaneous n.

Biceps brachii, brachialis, coracobrachialis

3

What muscles are innervated by the ulnar n.

Flexor carpi radialis, flexor digitorum profundus

4

What muscles are innervated by the radial n.

Extensor carpi radialis, triceps brachii, brachioradialis, supinator, extensor carpi ulnaris, extensor digitorum

5

What muscles are innervated by the median n.

Flexor carpi radialis, pronator quadratus, pronator teres, flexor digitorium superficialis

6

What nerve innervates at the nipple?

T4

7

What nerve innervates over the xiphoid process?

T6

8

What nerve innervates at the naval(bellybutton)?

T10

9

What muscles does the femoral n. innervate?

Sartorius, rectus femoris, vastus lateralis, vastus medialis, vastus intermedius

10

What muscles does the obturator n. innervate?

Adductors of hip(longus, brevis, and magnus, grouped), graciallis

11

What does the pudendal n. innervate?

Skin of genitalia

12

What muscle does the inferior gluteal n. innervate?

gluteus maximus

13

What does the superior gluteal n. innervate?

gluteus medius, gluteus minimus

14

What does the sciatic n. innervate?

Semimembranous, semitendinosus, biceps femoris long/short head

15

What does the tibial n. innervate?

Gastrocnemius medial/lateral head, soleus, tibialis posterior

16

What does the common fibular n. innervate?

Tibialis anterior, fibularis muscles(longus, brevis, and tertius, grouped)

17

What is the Name of CN-I, its associated openings, type of function, and innervation?

Name: Olfactory nerve
Associated openings: olfactory foramina
Type: Special sensory
Innervation: Olfactory epithelium

18

What is the Name of CN-II, its associated openings, type of function, and innervation?

Name: Optic nerve
Associated openings: Optic canal
Type: Special sensory
Innervation: Retina of eye

19

What is the Name of CN-III, its associated openings, type of function, and innervation?

Name: Oculomotor nerve
Associated openings: Superior orbital fissure
Type: Motor
Innervation: Inferior oblique, medial rectus, superior rectus, and inferior rectus

20

What is the Name of CN-IV, its associated openings, type of function, and innervation?

Name: Trochlear nerve
Associated openings: Superior orbital fissure
Type: Motor
Innervation: Superior oblique muscle of the eye

21

What is the Name of CN-V, its associated openings, type of function, and innervation?

Name:
Associated openings: There are 3 branches that have different openings
Type: Branches have different types
Innervation: Branches have different innervations

22

What is the Name of CN-VI, its associated openings, type of function, and innervation?

Name: Abducens nerve
Associated openings: Superior orbital fissure
Type: Motor
Innervation: Lateral rectus muscle of the eye

23

What is the Name of CN-VII, its associated openings, type of function, and innervation?

Name: Facial nerve
Associated openings: Internal acoustic meatus, stylomastoid foramen
Type: Motor
Innervation: Muscles of facial expression

Name: Facial nerve
Associated openings: Internal acoustic meatus, stylomastoid foramen
Type: Special sensory
Innervation: Tastebuds on the anterior 2/3 of tongue

24

What is the Name of CN-VIII, its associated openings, type of function, and innervation?

Name: Vestibulocochlear nerve
Associated openings: internal acoustic meatus
Type: Special sensory
Innervation: Inner ear (cochlea and vestibular apparatus)

25

What is the Name of CN-IX, its associated openings, type of function, and innervation?

Name: Glossopharyngeal nerve
Associated openings: Jugular Foramen
Type: Special sensory
Innervation: Tastebuds on the posterior 1/3 of tongue

Name: Glossopharyngeal nerve
Associated openings: Jugular Foramen
Type: Motor
Innervation: Muscles of the pharynx

26

What is the Name of CN-X, its associated openings, type of function, and innervation?

Name: Vagus nerve
Associated openings: Jugular foramen
Type: Sensory
Innervation: Skin across the throat and the external acoustic meatus

Name: Vagus nerve
Associated openings: Jugular foramen
Type: Special sensory
Innervation: Taste and gag relflex

Name: Vagus nerve
Associated openings: Jugular foramen
Type: Motor
Innervation: Smooth muscles of the pharynx and gut

27

What is the Name of CN-XI, its associated openings, type of function, and innervation?

Name: Accessory nerve
Associated openings: Jugular foramen, foramen magnum
Type: Motor
Innervation: Trapezius, sternocleidomastoid, and muscles of the pharynx

28

What is the Name of CN-XII, its associated openings, type of function, and innervation?

Name: Hypoglossal nerve
Associated openings: Hypoglossal canal
Type: Motor
Innervation: Muscles of the tongue

29

What is the Name of CN-V1, its associated openings, type of function, and innervation?

Name: Ophthalmic nerve
Associated openings: superior orbital fissure, supraorbital foramen
Type: Sensory
Innervation: Skin on upper 1/3 of face

30

What is the Name of CN-V2, its associated openings, type of function, and innervation?

Name: Maxillary nerve
Associated openings: foramen rotundum, infraorbital foramen
Type: Sensory
Innervation: Skin on middle 1/3 of face

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What is the Name of CN-V3, its associated openings, type of function, and innervation?

Name: Mandibular nerve
Associated openings: Foramen ovale, mandibular fossa, mental foramen
Type: Sensory
Innervation: Skin on lower 1/3 of face, pain from tongue

Name: Mandibular nerve
Associated openings: Foramen ovale
Type: motor
Innervation: Temporalis, masseter , medial pterygoid, and lateral pterygoid muscles