Test 52 (anatomy of head and neck)
1. The following are true about the trigeminal ganglion:
a. it lies in the Meckel's cave

b. it lies in close relationship to the motor root of the 
    trigeminal nerve

c. it lies in the middle cranial fossa

d. it lies near the apex of the petrous temporal bone

e. it contains synapses

2. Nerves that pass in the lateral wall of the cavernous sinus include:

a. the ophthalmic division of the trigeminal nerve

b. the sixth cranial nerve

c. the anterior ethmoidal nerve

d. the optic nerve

e. the third cranial nerve

3. The following are foramina within the sphenoid bone:

a. foramen ovale

b. foramen spinosum

c. foramen rotundum

d. internal acoustic meatus

e. pterygoid canal

4. True statements about the superior cervical sympathetic ganglion 

a. it sends fibres to the constrictor pupillae

b. its gives a cardiac branch

c. it gives a branch which forms a plexus around the internal carotid artery

d. the ansa subclavia connects the superior cervical ganglion to the middle ganglia

e. it is located on the neck of the first rib

5. The parasympathetic fibres from the pterygopalatine (sphenopalatine) 
    ganglion innervate:

a. the lacrimal gland

b. the iris

c. the parotid gland

d. the submandibular gland

e. the glands in the mucosa of the maxillary air sinus

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