Test 3
1. The following statements are true about the  inferior oblique 
    muscle EXCEPT:

a. it is inserted about 17mm behind the limbus
b. it arises from the posterior lacrimal crest of the infero-nasal
    orbital rim margin.
c. its posterior edge inserts behind the fovea
d. it contains no tendon
e. its primary action is extortion
2. The ciliary ganglion:

a. is about 5 mm in diameter
b. lies medial to the optic nerve
c. contains preganglionic axons from the Edinger-Westphal nucleus 
    that form synapses within it
d. contains parasympathetic nerve fibres that innervate the dilator 
e. if damaged, produces a pupil that does not react to light but
   responds to accommodation normally.
3. The parasympathetic nerve supply to the lacrimal gland travels
    through the following structure:
a. otic ganglion
b. styloid foramen
c. lesser petrosal nerve
d. cavernous sinus
e. pterygopalatine ganglion
4. The following extraocular muscles are correctly paired as
     yoked muscles EXCEPT:
a. Right medial rectus and left lateral rectus
b. Right lateral rectus and left medial rectus
c. Right superior oblique and left inferior rectus
d. Right superior rectus and left inferior oblique
e. Right inferior rectus and left superior rectus
5. Which of the following muscle is supplied by the contralateral 
    oculomotor nucleus?
a. inferior rectus
b. inferior oblique
c. medial rectus
d. superior rectus
e. levator superioris
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