Test 73     (Neuroanatomy)
1. The trigeminal nerve:
a. has three autonomic ganglia associated with its terminal 
b. has a large sensory and a small motor root
c. carries taste fibres from the posterior one-third of the 
d. has a mandibular division which leaves the skull 
    through the foramen rotundum
e. has maxillary division which is both sensory and motor

2. The trigeminal ganglion:

a. lies in a depression on the petrous temporal bone
b. has the internal carotid artery lying lateral to it
c. contains the cell bodies of the sensory fibres of the fifth 
    cranial nerve
d. contains parasympathetic synapses
e. lies entirely in the extradural space.

3. The maxillary nerve:

a. is medial to the internal carotid artery in the cavernous 
b. enters the orbit through the superior orbital fissure
c. supplies sensation to the mucous membrane of the 
    maxillary air sinus
d. supplies sensation to the lower lip
e. supplies sensation to the lower eyelid.

4. Branches of the maxillary division of the trigeminal nerve include:

a. the mental nerve
b. the infraorbital nerve
c. the supraorbital nerve
d. the zygomaticofacial nerve
e. the anterior ethmoidal nerve

5. Postganglionic fibres from the submandibular ganglion supply:

a. the hyoglossus muscle
b. taste buds on the tongue
c. the facial artery 
d. sweat glands in the skin of the chin
e. the sublingual salivary gland.

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