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A lower motor neuron lesion: One major characteristic used to identify a lower motor neuron lesion is flaccid paralysis — paralysis accompanied by loss of muscle tone.

Hypotonia or atonia- Tone is not velocity dependent.

Muscle wasting, fasciculations and fibrillations are typically signs of end-stage muscle denervation and are seen over a longer time period. Another feature is the segmentation of symptoms – only muscles innervated by the damaged nerves will be symptomatic. Movimientos involuntarios incontrolados sincinesias.

Tono muscular y reflejos musculares. Este ascenso del tono se debe a que el arco reflejo pierde influencias que normalmente recibe de las estructuras nerviosas superiores, estando el arco reflejo desinhibido. La resistencia que nota el explorador depende de la velocidad del desplazamiento.

Resistencia ante los movimientos pasivos debido a la espasticidad. La resistencia es mayor al principio hasta que cede. Which of the following is NOT a bone of the neurocranium? Which of the following is NOT a bone of the facial skeleton? D inferior nasal concha. The metopic suture is a persistence of which of the following? The external occipital protuberance is also known as which of the following?

Which of the following best describes the landmark known as lambda? A point on calvaria at junction of sagittal and lambdoid sutures. B point on calvaria at junction of sagittal and coronal sutures.

C junction of the greater wing of the sphenoid. D star-shaped landmark at junction of parietomastoid. E smooth prominence on frontal bone superior to root of nose. The superior point of the neurocranium in the midline is known as which of the following?


Which of the following foramina is NOT in the middle cranial fossa? D groove of greater petrosal nerve. Which of the following foramina is located in the anterior cranial fossa? C superior orbital fissures.

Which of the following foramina does NOT transmit emissary pontocerebrloso E anterior ethmoidal foramina. A ophthalmic division of the trigeminal nerve. B maxillary division of the trigeminal nerve. C groove of greater petrosal nerve. The foramina in the cribriform plate transmit which of the following? A axons of olfactory cells. B posterior ethmoidal arteries. In addition to the optic nerves, the optic canals transmit which of the following? C internal carotid artery.

E nerve branches to the meninges. The maxillary division of the trigeminal nerve is transmitted through which of the following? C superior orbital fissure. Which of the following transmits a nerve branch to the meninges? A medulla and meninges. C spinal roots of the accessory nerve. E internal carotid artery.

D inferior petrosal and sigmoid sinuses. Which of the following is NOT true regarding the buccinator?

A It is a muscle of mastication. B It is innervated by the facial nerve. C It presses the cheek against the molar teeth to assist in chewing. D It pontocersbeloso air from the oral cavity.

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E It draws the mouth to one side when acting unilaterally. Which of the following is NOT a muscle of facial expression? C frontal belly of occiptofrontalis. Pontocerebekoso mentalis does which of the following? A elevates eyebrows and skin of forehead. B functions as a sphincter of oral opening. C elevates lip upper limb and dilates nostril.

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D elevates and protrudes lower lip. E draws ala of nose toward nasal septum. The orbicularis oculi is innervated by. D depressor anguli oris. All muscles of facial expression develop from which pharyngeal pontocedebeloso Which of the following does NOT insert on the angle of the mouth?

In respect to the orbicularis oculi, which of the following is true? A Its orbital part pontocrrebeloso closes the eyelids in blinking. B Its palpebral part draws the eyelids medially so that tears may be drained. C Its lacrimal part tightly closes the eyelids in squinting.


D It is innervated by a zygomatic branch of the facial nerve.

E It takes origin from the skin of the margin of the orbit and the tarsal plate, and it inserts on the lacrimal bone, medial palpebral. Which of the following cutaneous nerves is derived from the ophthalmic nerve? A external nasal nerve. Which of the following nerves arises by two roots that surround the middle meningeal artery? Which of the following nerves is NOT correctly matched with its distribution? Which of the following sequences of nerve branches is NOT correct?

Which of the following nerves is correctly. A The auriculotemporal travels from the. B The buccal nerve travels from the posterior. C The lacrimal nerve passes through the. D The infratrochlear nerve passes superiorly. E The supratrochlear nerve emerges. The lacrimal nerve innervates the lacrimal. A from the ophthalmic nerve. B borrowed via a communicating branch. C borrowed from the mandibular nerve. D from the optic nerve. E from the sympathetic plexus. The maxillary nerve gives off branches to.

Which of the following is NOT a branch of the. C occipitofrontalis frontal belly. D orbicularis oculi superior part. E orbicularis oculi inferior part. Which of the following is true regarding the. A It is located between the styloid and. B CN V is transmitted through it. C Sensory nerves of the face travel. D The stylomastoid branch of the posterior. E It is a common site of lesion for the glossopharyngeal. A inferior labial artery.

B superior labial artery.