Flashcards in Vestibulocochlear Deck (18):
The cochlear nerve arises from the ___ ganglion.
The hair cells of the organ of corti are for (hearing/balancing) sense.
The foraminous spiral tract becomes the ___ root or nerve.
The cochlear nerve terminates in the ___ and ___ nuclei.
Anterior and posterior cochlear.
The nerve fibers from the basal cochlear convolution terminate in the ___ part of the ventral cochlear nucleus for the tonotopic organization.
The trapezoid body contains ___, ___, and ___ nuclei.
Posterior nucleus of trapezoid (superior olive), anterior nucleus of trapezoid and medial nucleus of superior olive.
Name the connection between the dorsal cochlear nucleus to opposite side of the lateral lemniscus.
Posterior acoustic (medullary) striae.
The peduncle of the inferior colliculi connects the from ___ to ___ for sound information.
Lateral lemniscus to medial geniculate body.
The right and left medial geniculate bodies are interconnected by the ___.
Name five commissure connecting the cochlear tract in the central nervous system.
Trapezoid body, Probst's, Inferior colliculi, Medullary striae and Gudden's.
The auditory cortex is located in the ___ gyrus.
The vestibular nerve originates from the ___ ganglion in the ___.
Vestibular, internal acoustic meatus.
The superior part of the vestibular ganglion receives nerves from the ___, ___, ___ and ___.
Anterior and lateral ampullary, utricular, and part of the saccular.
Name the first nucleus where the vestibular nerve enters centrally.
Name the four vestibular nuclei in the caudal pons.
Dieters, Bechtres, Schwalbes and inferior vestibular nuclei.
The vestibular nuclei connect to the ___, ___ and ___ of the cerebellum
Nodulus, flocculus and part of the uvula.
Name the tract which originates from the lateral vestibular nucleus to the sacral spinal cord for antigravity reflexes.