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Cavernous sinus
Neves contained within, top to bottom`
II
IV
VI (free floating)
V1
V2
Mastication muscles
which close jaw?
Masseter
teMporalis
Medial pterygoid

*Lateral pterygoid lowers.

*All innervated by V3

*M's Munch, Lateral Lowers
muscles with 'glossus'
all muscles with 'glossus' innervated by hypoglossal

*exception: palatoglossus innervated by vagus
innervation of Muscles with 'palat'
all muscles with 'palat' innervated by by vagus

*tensor veli palatini innervated by V3

TENSor, was too TENSE
VI innervates?
lateral rectus
IV innervates?
superior oblique
Superior rectus direction of eye movement
Superior and Lateral (CNIII)
Inferior Oblique direction of movement
Superior and Medial (CNIII)
Medial rectus direction of movement
Medial (CNIII)
Superior oblique direction of movement
inferior and medial (CNIV)
inferior rectus direction of movement
inferior and lateral (CNIII)
Lateral rectus direction of movement
lateral (CNVI)
origin of efferent pupillary light refelx
Edinger-Westphal nuclei
testing for CN fnx via vocalization
kuh-kuh-kuh tests palate elevation CNX

La La La tests tongue CNXII

Mi mi mi tests lips VII
waveform when awake and alert
Beta
waveform when awake and eyes closed
alpha
waveform in light sleep
theta
waveform in Deeper (not deepest) sleep
Sleep spindles and K complexes
Waveform in Deepest, non-REM sleep
Delta
Waveform during dreaming, REM
Beta
order of sleep waveforms pneumonic
%%BATS Drink Blood%%

Beta
Alpha
Theta
Sleep spindles
Delta
Beta
highest frequency, lowest amplitude brain waveform
beta, awake and alert
lowest frequency, highest amplitude brain waveform
Delta, deepest sleep
nucleus/neurotransmitter in initiation of sleep
raphe nucleus, serotonin
neurotransmitter which induces REM sleep
NE
reason for eye movements during REM
activity of PPRF (paramedian pontine reticular formation/conjugate gaze center)
effect of benzodiazepines on sleep
shorten stage 4 (deepest) sleep, usefull for night terrors and sleepwalking
imipramine effect on sleep
depresses stage 4 sleep, treats bedwetting (enuresis)