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HA Exam #2

Cranial Nerves, Lymph Nodes, Terms

Cranial Nerve I Olfactory
Cranial Nerve II Optic
Cranial Nerve III Occular Motor
Cranial Nerve IV Trochlear
Cranial Nerve V Trigeminal
Cranial Nerve VI abducens
Cranial Nerve VII Facial
Cranial Nerve VIII Acoustic (vestibulocochlear)
Cranial Nerve IX Glossopharyngeal
Cranial Nerve X Vagus Nerve
Cranial Nerve XI Spinal
Cranial Nerve XII Hypoglossal
Olfactory function smell
Optic function vision and acuity
Occular Motor function muscle movement of eye and corneal light reflex (1)
Trochlear function muscle movement of eye and corneal light reflex (2)
Trigeminal function sensation of pain or touch (ask person to identify sharp/dull)
Abducens function muscle movement of eye and corneal light reflex (3)
Facial function facial movements & sweet vs salty
Acoustic function hearing
Glossopharyngeal function gag response & sweet vs salty...ahhhh response
Vagus nerve function main gag response
Spinal Nerve function shrug & turn; muscle strength nerve
Hypoglossal function tongue movements
Pre-auricular lymph nodes lymph nodes front of the ear
Post-auricular lymph nodes lymph nodes superficial to mastoid process behind the ear
submental lymph nodes lymph nodes behind tip of mandible
occipital lymph nodes lymph nodes base of the skull
submandibular lymph nodes lymph nodes 1/2 between angle and tip of mandible
deep cervical lymph nodes lymph nodes under sternocleidomastoid muscle
posterior cervical lymph nodes lymph nodes posterior triangle along edge of trapezius
supraclavicular lymph nodes lymph nodes just above and behind clavicle (sign of lung cancer if inflammed/hard)
When do infant posterior fontanels close close between 2-4 months
when do infant anterior fontanels close close between 12-18 months (should be completely closed by 2 years old)
Tonsil Grading 1+ visible tonsils
Tonsil Grading 2+ half way between tonsillar pillars and uvula
Tonsil Grading 3+ tonsils nearly touching uvula
Tonsil Grading 4+ tonsils touching each other
breath odor fruity sign of diabetic ketoacidosis
breath odor ammonia sign of uremia
breath odor musty sign of liver disease
breath odor cinnamon sign of TB
otitis externa swimmers ear; painful movement of auricle, redness and serous drainage, swollen, pale or red
otitis media ear infection and pain over the mastoid
strabismus crossing of eyes
exophthalmos bulging of eyes
ptosis eye drooping
ectropion lower lid turned away from eye
entropion lower lid turned inward
hordeolum eye sty (inflammation of follicle of eyelash)
conjuctivitis pink eye; viral, bacterial or allergic
corneal arcus lipid deposits in periphery
cataracts opacity of the lens of the eye
Miosis pupil less than 2mm
Mydriasis pupil greater than 6mm
Created by: kaylynnfain