Aeroguide 22 - General Dynamics F-111 E/ F by Roger Chesneau

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The only nerve to exit the brainstem dorsally is the trochlear nerve. (d) True. On emerging from the brainstem, VI passes anteriorly on a long course over the clivus where it can be damaged by fractures of the base of the skull or raised intracranial pressure. (e) True. Together with cranial nerves III, IV and V1, VI traverses the supraorbital fissure where it can be compressed or injured. superficial branch of the radial nerve (4). It contains the radial artery (5). Clinically the snuffbox is useful in evaluating fractures of the scaphoid, which are characterised by tenderness in the anatomical snuffbox (6).

Stimulation of the carotid sinus results in a brainstem reflex causing slowing of the heart. (5) F. The thyrohyoid is one of the four infrahyoid muscles or strap muscles of the neck. Like the other strap muscles, it is involved in depression of the hyoid bone when opening the mouth and returning the hyoid to its original position after its elevation during swallowing. Unlike the three other strap muscles (omohyoid, sternohyoid and sternothyroid), which are innervated by the ansa cervicalis, the thyrohyoid is supplied by a branch of the hypoglossal nerve.

Together with cranial nerves III, IV and V1, VI traverses the supraorbital fissure where it can be compressed or injured. superficial branch of the radial nerve (4). It contains the radial artery (5). Clinically the snuffbox is useful in evaluating fractures of the scaphoid, which are characterised by tenderness in the anatomical snuffbox (6). Exam 2 answers Answer 6: MCQ (c) This is an MRI of the knee, which is T1 weighted; both bone and soft tissue have high signal. The high signal of bone may make you confuse the scan with a CT, but this would not have such contrast and signal within soft tissue (a).

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