OMT 8 exam

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Section 1

Question Answer
Cavernous SinusCN 3/4/6
Superior Orbital FissureCN3/4/V1/6
Foramen Rotundum CN V2
Foramen OvaleCN V3/ Accessory part of the meningeal artery and the emissary vein
Foramen Spinosum Meningeal branches of CN V3/Middle meningeal a.
Stylomastoid and Internal acoustic meatusCN 7
Jugular ForamenCN9/10/11/Posterior meningeal artery
Hypoglossal canalCN XII
Foramen lacerum Greater petrosal n.
Foramen magnumCN XI (spinal part), ant and post spinal artery, spinal vein and vertebral artery

Section 2

Question Answer
Motor – stylopharyngeus m. Special Senosry – Posterior 1/3 of tongue Dysfunction – dysphagia, excessive gag reflexCN IX
Accessory – intrinsic mm. of the larynx (via CN X and recurrent laryngeal n.), except cricothyroid m. Spinal – SCM and trapezius mm.CN XI
Motor – tongue Dysfunction – dysphagia, tongue fxnCN XII
falx cerebri attaches to crista galli of the ethmoid and to the frontal crestAnterior-superior pole
tentorium cerebelli attaches to anterior and posterior clinoid processes of the sella turcicaAnterior-inferior pole
– tentorium cerebelli attaches to the petrous ridge of the temporal bone and transverse ridge of the occiputLateral poles
internal occipital protuberancePosterior pole
dura exits foramen magnum, attaches to C2, hangs loosely and attaches at S2.Sacral pole
Where does vertebral artery enter vertebral foramina? c6
Sympathetics – to lower legs comes from T11-L2
Lumbrocasral trunkL4-5
sciatic n.L4-S3
Pelvic spalnchnics and pudentals2-s4

Section 3

Question Answer
Temporalis, masseter and medial pterygoidElevators of the jaw
gravity and the lateral pterygoid (superior head to 15 deg, then inferior head) Digastric and mylohyoid play minor roles in depression.Depression of the jaw
masseter, lateral pterygoids and medial pterygoids contract. Mandible glides ant, articular disk glides postProtrusion
temporalis and masseter. Head of mandible post, articular disk slides antRetraction
TMJ ROM40-50 mm
Q angle >20Genu valgus
Q angle <10Genu varus
Posterior passage to medial malleolus of tendons, nerves and vesselsTibialis posterior, flexor Digitorum longus, Artery, Vein, Nerve, flexor Hallucis longus
Abduction Suprascapular n. C5-6Supraspinatus
ER/ Suprascapular n. C5-6Infraspinatous
ER/ Axillary n. C5-6Teres Minor
IR/ Subscapular n. C5-6Subscapularis
Felxion/ Musculocutaneous n. C5-7Biceps brachii
Extension/ Radial n. C5-T1Triceps brachii
Rotator cuff mucles cervical innervationC5-C6

Section 4

Question Answer
T1-5; CN XHeart
T2-7; CN XLungs
T2-6; CN XEsophagus
T5-9; CN XForegut
T10-11; CN XMidgut
T12-L2; S2-4Hindgut
T10-L1; CN XKidneys
T10-L2; S2-4Bladder
T9-10; CN XGonads
T10-L2; S2-4Uterus and cervix
T2-T7Upper extremity
T10-L3Lower extremity

Section 5