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Cranial Nerves

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Section 1

Question Answer
olfactorysmell
opticvision
oculomotereyelid movement and pupil reactivity
trochlearturns eyes downward
trigeminalchewing, facial and mouth sensation
abducensturns eye side to side
facialfacial expression, taste, lip closer
aoustic/ vestibulrochlearhearing and balance
glossopharyngealgagging and swollowing and taste
vagusgagging swolling and heart rate
spinal accessoryshoulder movment and head rotation
hypoglossaltongue movment and speech (articulation)
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section 4

Question Answer
Olfactory1
Optic2
oculomotor3
trochlear4
trigeminal5
abducens6
facial7
acoustic / vestibulchlear8
glossopharyngeal9
vagus10
accessory11
hypoglossal12
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Section 2

Question Answer
olfactoryclose eyes have patient ID scents
optichave patient read from card for newspaper, cover one eye
oculmoterpenlight test, check accomidation, check EOM's
trochlearhave patient look down and in
trigemnalhave patient open jaw, then try to force close, cotton ball to face test
abducensHave patient move eye side to side (laterally)
facialHave patient smile, raise eyebrows, ID salt and sugar on tongue
aoustictuning fork, or whisper / balance
glossopharyngealtouch back of throat w/tonge dipresser, have patient swollow
vagustouch back of throat w/tonge dipresser, have patient swollow, voice quality, cough
spinal accessoryHave patient shrug shoulders, turn head side to side
hypoglossalstick out tonge, check internally cheek to cheek
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Section

Question Answer
accommodationmove finger toward the patient nose, pupils should constrict and converge
EOM?extra ocular eye movements, turns eyes side to side
EOM's how to?have patient look up, down, laterally, and diagonally
Ptosis seen with which cranial disorderIII
Non-tender eye infectionclalazion
Tender eye infectionsty
How far to stand away from snellen eye chart20feet
How far to hold reading card from face (jaeger test)14inches
cerumen?ear wax
mallus,incus,stapes?inner ear bones
tympanic membraneear drum
presbycusisdegenerative hearing loss
2 type of tuning fork hearing testWeber and Rinne
Which tuning fork test assess air and bone conductionRinne
How is Rinne test conductedvibrating tuning fork placed on mastoid process then quickly next to ear
In a normal Rinne test which portion is heard longerair
Patient with inner dx will complain of what symptomstinnitus
tinnitusringing of the ear
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