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Board Review Series - Fix J.D.

Fix J.D. Board Review Series - London, 1995. - 430 p.
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3. The medulla includes all of the following 6. All of the following statements concerning
structures EXCEPT the the central sulcus are correct EXCEPT it
(A) cuneate tubercle (A) separates the frontal lobe from the pari
(B) olive etal lobe
(C) vagal trigone (B) separates the motor cortex from the sen
(D) facial colliculus sory cortex
(E) glossopharyngeal nerve (C) extends into the paracentral lobule
4. The limbic lobe includes all of the follow (D) is located on the lateral convex surface of
the hemisphere
ing structures EXCEPT the (E) joins the lateral sulcus
(A) cingulate gyrus
(B) paraterminal gyrus 7. The basal ganglia include all of the follow
(C) parahippocampal gyrus ing structures EXCEPT the
(D) dentate gyrus (A) caudate nucleus
(E) lingual gyrus (B) putamen
5. All of the following statements concern (C) thalamus
ing the hippocampal formation are correct (D) globus pallidus
EXCEPT it (E) amygdaloid nucleus
(A) gives rise to the fornix 8. The telencephalon includes all of the fol
(B) includes the subiculum lowing structures EXCEPT the
(C) includes the dentate gyrus (A) thalamus
(D) includes the posterior commissure (B) cerebral hemispheres
(E) lies between the hippocampal and (C) globus pallidus
choroidal fissures (D) caudate nucleus
(E) internal capsule

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170 / Neuroanatomy
-has its first-order neuron (afferent limb) in the trigeminal ganglion, -has
its second-order neuron in the rostral two-thirds of the spinal
trigeminal nucleus, -has its third-order neuron (efferent limb) in the facial
1. The afferent limb is the ophthalmic nerve (CN V-l ).
2. The efferent limb is the facial nerve (CN VII).
C. Lacrimal (tearing) reflex

1. The afferent limb is the ophthalmic nerve (CN V-l); it receives
impulses from the cornea and conjunctiv a.
2. The efferent limb is the facial nerve (CN VII). It transmits impulses
via the superior salivatory nucleus, greater petrosal nerve, ptery-
gopalatine ganglion, and the zygomatic (CN V-2) and lacrimal (CN V-l)
nerves to the lacrimal gland (see Figure 13- 5).
VI. Clinical Correlations
A. Trigeminal neuralgia (tic douloureux)
-is characterized by recurrent paroxysms osf harp, stabbing pain in one
or more branches of the trigeminal nerve on one side of the face, -usually
occurs after 50 years of age and is more common in women t han
in men. -can result from a redundant loop of the superior cerebellar
artery that
impinges on the trigeminal root; surgical treatment is the therapy of
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