Test 204  (Ocular anatomy)
1. The levator superioris palpebris:
a. opposes the action of the superior rectus

b. opposes the action of the orbicularis oculi

c. is supplied entirely by the upper division of the third 

d. is attached to both the tarsal plate and the skin

e. originates from the greater wing of the sphenoid bone


2. The abducens nerve nucleus:
a. communicates with the fourth and third nerve nuclei via 
    the reticular formation

b. supplies fibres that innervate the contralateral lateral 

c. supplies fibres that innervate the rectus muscle on its 
    corneal surface

d. if damaged, produces ipsilateral internuclear

e. is ventral to the facial nerve nucleus.

3. Regarding the ciliary body:

a. it contains about 70 ciliary processes

b. it contains two layers of cuboidal cells which lies base 
    to base

c. the par plicata is adjacent to the ora serrata

d.  it is supplied by the short ciliary nerves that carry 
     the parasympathetic nerves

e. the longitudinal fibres of the ciliary body is anterior
    to the circular fibres

. 4. The superior cervical ganglion:
a. contains both parasympathetic and sympathetic fibres

b. gives off branches that supply the heart 

c. is the only cervical ganglion that supplies the cranial 

d. gives off branches that supply the sweat glands of 
    the face

e. if damaged affects ipsilateral accommodation

5. The long ciliary nerve:
a. is a branch of the nasociliary nerve

b. provides sensory supply to the cornea

c. contains postganglionic sympathetic fibres from 
    the superior cervical sympathetic ganglion

d. contains postganglionic parasympathetic fibres from 
    the ciliary ganglion 

e. innervate the constrictor pupillae muscle

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