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CN IX

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The branches of CN IX are __ Lingual, tympanic, pharyngeal, branch to stylopharyngeus, carotid
How many branches of CN IX are there? 5
Postganglionic fibres exit the __ and contribute to the auriculotemporal nerve Otic ganglion
Contributes to the tympanic plexus Tympanic nerve
Only muscle provided with motor function by CN IX Stylopharyngeus
The difficulty or inability to swallow Dysphagia
The __ muscle elevates the pharynx Stylopharyngeus
CN IX exits the skull alongside which cranial nerves? CN X and CN XI
The palatine tonsils receive sensory innervation from the __ branch of CN IX Lingual
The lingual branch carries __ and __ fibres to the posterior 1/3 of the tongue SVA and GVA
Disorder caused by compression of CN IX Secondary glossopharyngeal neuralgia
Referred pain in the pharynx is a sign of__ Glossopharyngeal neuralgia
CN IX exits the skull via the__ Jugular foramen
The __ branch innervates the carotid body Carotid
The carotid branch is often called the__ Carotid sinus nerve
Which branch of CN IX communicates with the pharyngeal branch of CN X? Pharyngeal
CN IX arises posterior to the __ Olive
The nuclei associated with CN IX are located in the ___ of the brainstem Medulla oblongata
The __ and __ branches can sustain injury due to tonsillectomy Lingual and pharyngeal
How long do intractable hiccups last? More than 24 hours
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