[Anatomy] The Head and Neck Quizzes – Part 3 (20 questions)

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[Anatomy] The Head and Neck Quizzes – Part 3 (20 questions)
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The cavernous sinus receives blood from all of the following EXCEPT

The cavernous sinus receives blood from the superior ophthalmic veins, the inferior ophthalmic veins, the superficial middle cerebral vein, and the sphenoparietal sinus

 

 

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41. Parasympathetic fibers from CN IX synapse in which ganglion before traveling to the parotid
gland?
(A) otic ganglion
(B) ciliary ganglion
(C) submandibular ganglion
(D) pterygopalatine ganglion
(E) trigeminal ganglion
42. Which of the following lists the layers of the scalp in the correct order?

(A) skin, connective tissue, auricular layer, loose connective tissue, pericranium
(B) skin, aponeurosis, connective tissue, loose connective tissue, pericranium
(C) skin, connective tissue, aponeurosis, loose connective tissue, paradural layer
(D) skin, connective tissue, aponeurosis, loose connective tissue, pericranium
(E) skin, cartilaginous layer, aponeurosis, loose connective tissue, pericranium

43. Which of the following descriptions is correct?
(A) The superior sagittal sinus runs superior to the brain in the inferior free border of the cerebral falx and ends in the straight sinus.
(B) The inferior sagittal sinus is formed by the union of the superior sagittal sinus and the great cerebral vein and ultimately joins the confluence of the sinuses.
(C) The transverse sinuses follow S-shaped courses in the posterior cranial fossa and ultimately become the internal jugular veins.
(D) The occipital sinus lies in the convex attached border of the cerebral falx, running from the crista galli to the internal occiptal protuberance.
(E) The cavernous sinus is situated on each side of the sella turcica.
44. The cavernous sinus receives blood from all of the following EXCEPT
(A) superior and inferior petrosal sinuses
(B) superior ophthalmic veins
(C) inferior ophthalmic veins
(D) superficial middle cerebral vein
(E) sphenoparietal sinus
45. Which of the following nerves is NOT contained within the cavernous sinus?
(A) optic nerve
(B) oculomotor nerve
(C) trochlear nerve
(D) trigeminal nerve (specifically the ophthalmic division)
(E) abducent nerve
46. Which of the following does NOT contribute to innervation of the dura mater?
(A) ophthalmic division of the trigeminal nerve
(B) maxillary division of the trigeminal nerve
(C) mandibular division of the trigeminal nerve
(D) facial nerve
(E) C1, C2, and C3
47. Which of the following is correct in respect to the brain?
(A) The midbrain is composed of the epithalamus, dorsal thalamus, and hypothalamus and surrounds the third ventricle.
(B) The pons is the rostral part of the brainstem and lies at the junction of the middle and posterior cranial fossae.
(C) The diencephalon lies dorsal to the pons and medulla and ventral to the posterior part of the cerebrum, beneath the tentorium.
(D) The cavity of the medulla oblongata forms the inferior part of the fourth ventricle.
(E) The cerebrum occupies the middle and posterior cranial fossae and houses the third and fourth ventricles.
48. Which of the following correctly describes the flow of cerebrospinal fluid?
(A) lateral ventricles . . . cerebral aqueduct . . . 3rd ventricle . . . interventricular foramen . . . 4th ventricle . . . median and lateral apertures . . . subarachnoid space
(B) lateral ventricles . . . interventricular foramen . . . 3rd ventricle . . . cerebral aqueduct . . . 4th ventricle . . . median and lateral apertures . . . subarachnoid space
(C) lateral ventricles . . . interventricular foramen . . . 3rd ventricle . . . median and lateral apertures . . . 4th ventricle . . . cerebral aqueduct . . . subarachnoid space
(D) lateral ventricles . . . median and lateral apertures . . . 3rd ventricle . . . cerebra  aqueduct . . . 4th ventricle . . . interventricular foramen . . . subarachnoid space
(E) lateral ventricles . . . straight sinus . . . 3rd ventricle . . . confluence of the sinuses . . . 4th ventricle . . . median and lateral apertures . . . subarachnoid space
49. Which of the following is true regarding the carotid canal?
(A) The carotid canal is located in the inferior surface of the sphenoid bone in the middle cranial fossa.
(B) Structures actually pass across rather than through the area of the carotid canal, which is an artifact in dry skulls and is actually closed by cartilage in life.
(C) The carotid canal contains the internal carotid artery with associated parasympathetic nerves.
(D) The carotid canal contains the internal carotid venous plexus connecting the cavernous sinus and the internal jugular vein.
(E) The greater petrosal nerve enters behind and above the carotid canal and leaves anteriorly as the nerve of the pterygoid canal.
50. Which of the following foramina is unpaired?
(A) foramen lacerum
(B) greater palatine foramen
(C) foramen cecum
(D) lesser palatine foramen
(E) pterygoid canal
51. The oculomotor nerve emerges between which two arteries of the cerebral arterial circle?
(A) posterior inferior cerebellar artery and anterior inferior cerebellar artery
(B) anterior inferior cerebellar artery and labyrinthine artery
(C) labyrinthine artery and superior cerebellar artery
(D) superior cerebellar artery and posterior cerebral artery(E) posterior cerebral artery and middle cerebral artery
52. What nerve emerges between the labyrinthine artery and the anterior inferior cerebellar artery?
(A) optic
(B) trochlear
(C) trigeminal
(D) abducent
(E) facial
53. Which artery is NOT a branch of the vertebral artery system?
(A) basilar
(B) posterior cerebral
(C) posterior communicating
(D) anterior spinal
(E) ophthalmic
54. Which of the following arteries is correctly matched with its distribution?
(A) anterior cerebral . . . temporal and occipital lobes of brain
(B) middle cerebral . . . inferior aspect of cerebral hemispheres and occipital lobe
(C) middle meningeal . . . calvaria
(D) posterior cerebral . . . brainstem and cerebellum
(E) basilar . . . optic tract, cerebral peduncle, internal capsule, and thalamus
55. Which of the following lists best describes the pathway of tears from the lacrimal glands to the nasal cavity?
(A) lacrimal ducts . . . lacrimal lake . . . lacrimal canaliculi . . . lacrimal sac . . . nasolacrimal duct
(B) lacrimal ducts . . . lacrimal sac . . . lacrimal canaliculi . . . lacrimal lake . . . nasolacrimal duct
(C) lacrimal canaliculi . . . lacrimal lake . . . lacrimal ducts . . . lacrimal sac . . . nasolacrimal duct
(D) lacrimal canaliculi . . . lacrimal sac . . . lacrimal ducts . . . lacrimal lake . . . nasolacrimal duct(E) lacrimal punctum . . . lacrimal lake . . . lacrimal papilla . . . lacrimal sac . . . nasolacrimal duct
56. Which of the following best describes the pathway of parasympathetic fibers to the lacrimal
gland?
(A) CN VII . . . greater petrosal nerve . . . nerve of the pterygoid canal . . . pterygopalatine ganglion . . . zygomatic branch of V2 . . . lacrimal branch of V1
(B) CN IX . . . lesser petrosal nerve . . . nerve of the pterygoid canal . . . pterygopalatine ganglion . . . infraorbital branch of V2 . . . lacrimal branch of V1
(C) CN VII . . . greater petrosal nerve . . . otic ganglion . . . infraorbital branch of V2 . . . lacrimal branch of V1
(D) CN VII . . . deep petrosal nerve . . . nerve of the pterygoid canal . . . pterygopalatine ganglion . . . infratrochlear branch of V2 . . . lacrimal branch of V1
(E) CN V . . . ophthalmic branch of V1 . . . lacrimal branch of V1
57. Which of the following muscles does NOT take its origin from the common tendinous ring?
(A) superior rectus
(B) inferior rectus
(C) lateral rectus
(D) medial rectus
(E) superior oblique
58. Which of the following muscles is NOT innervated by the oculomotor nerve?
(A) levator palpebrae superioris
(B) lateral rectus
(C) medial rectus
(D) inferior oblique
(E) superior rectus
59. Which of the following muscles is NOT properly matched with it main action?
(A) lateral rectus . . . abducts eyeball
(B) superior rectus . . . elevates, adducts, and rotates eyeball medially
(C) inferior rectus . . . depresses, adducts, and rotates eyeball medially
(D) superior oblique . . . adducts, elevates, and rotates eyeball laterally
(E) inferior oblique . . . abducts, elevates, and rotates eyeball laterally
60. Which of the following nerves is correctly matched with its distribution?
(A) long ciliary . . . postsynaptic sympathetic fibers to the dilator pupillae
(B) short ciliary . . . parasympathetic and sympathetic fibers to lens and cornea
(C) frontal . . . conjunctiva and lacrimal gland
(D) infratrochlear . . . mucous membrane of sphenoidal and ethmoid sinuses
(E) ethmoidal . . . conjunctiva and eyelids

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