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Zoe MCQ 32

Topic: Anatomy

Created on Saturday, November 26 2022 by zoe

Last modified on Saturday, November 26 2022.

Listed are cranial nerves with their respective nuclei. Select all that are correct.

 
        A) Vagus nerve: Dorsal motor nucleus, nucleus of solitary tract, superior salivatory nucleus, nucleus ambiguus
 
        B) Trigeminal nerve: principal sensory nucleus, spinal trigeminal nucleus, mesencephalic nucleus, and trigeminal motor nucleus
 
        C) Facial nerve: spinal trigeminal nucleus, nucleus of solitary tract, principal sensory nucleus, facial motor nucleus
 

 


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A) Vagus nerve: Dorsal motor nucleus, nucleus of solitary tract, superior salivatory nucleus, nucleus ambiguus

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Vagus nerve: Dorsal motor nucleus, nucleus of solitary tract, dorsal motor nucleus, nucleus ambiguus  (See References)

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B) Trigeminal nerve: principal sensory nucleus, spinal trigeminal nucleus, mesencephalic nucleus, and trigeminal motor nucleus

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Trigeminal nerve: principal sensory nucleus, spinal trigeminal nucleus, mesencephalic nucleus, and trigeminal motor nucleus  (See References)

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C) Facial nerve: spinal trigeminal nucleus, nucleus of solitary tract, principal sensory nucleus, facial motor nucleus

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Facial nerve: spinal trigeminal nucleus, nucleus of solitary tract, superior salivatory nucleus, facial motor nucleus  (See References)

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References:

1. Lecture Module 5: Dr. Douglas Miles
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Zoe MCQ 32
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Question written by zoe. (C) FrontalCortex.com 2006-2009, all rights reserved. Created: 11/26/2022
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