Head Nerve Diagram


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Head Nerve Diagram - an overview of peroneal nerve entrapment peroneal nerve entrapment involves trapping of a peripheral nerve in a tunnel these peripheral nerves are different from the nerves in the spinal canal the radicular nerves due to their protective armor the epineurium and perineurium learn how to dissect a cow s eye in your classroom this resource includes a step by step hints and tips a cow eye primer and a glossary of terms the optic disc or optic nerve head is the point of exit for ganglion cell axons leaving the eye because there are no rods or cones overlying the optic disc it corresponds to a small blind spot in each eye the ganglion cell axons form the optic nerve after they leave the eye the optic disc represents the beginning of the optic nerve and is the point where the axons of retinal ganglion cells the superior oblique muscle or obliquus oculi superior is a fusiform muscle originating.
in the upper medial side of the orbit i e from beside the nose which abducts depresses and internally rotates the eye it is the only extraocular muscle innervated by the trochlear nerve the fourth cranial nerve the word vagus means wandering in latin this is a very appropriate name as the vagus nerve is the longest cranial nerve it runs all the way from the brain stem to part of the colon hypoglossal nerve cranial nerve 12 cn xii the hypoglossal nerve supplies motor fibres to all of the muscles of the tongue ie there is no sensory function except the palatoglossus muscle which is innervated by the vagus nerve cranial nerve 10 cn x or according to some classifications by fibres from the glossopharyngeal nerve cranial nerve 9 cn pain from a pinched nerve in neck can be felt all through the neck down to the arms when one suffers a pinched nerve in their neck they are likely to have.
widespread effects to as far as the toes if the condition is not checked the cervical spine is further divided into two parts the upper cervical region c1 and c2 and the lower cervical region c3 through c7 c1 is termed the atlas and c2 the axis the occiput co also known as the occipital bone is a flat bone that forms the back of the head the atlas is the the facial nerve is one of the key cranial nerves with a plex and broad range of functions although at first glance it is the motor nerve of facial expression which begins as a trunk and emerges from the parotid gland as five branches see f a really cool fact the optic nerve is found in the back of your eye and the head of the optic nerve is visible using an ophthalmoscope making it the only part of your brain viewed from outside

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