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What cranial nerve? Purely sensory, carries impulses for sense of smell.
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CN I - olfactory
What cranial nerve? Purely sensory, carries impulses for vision.
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CN II - optic
What cranial nerve? Contains motor fibers to inferior oblique, superior, inferior and medial rectus extraocular muscles that direct eyeball; levator muscles of eyelid, smooth muscles of iris and ciliary body and proprioception to brain from extraocular m
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CN III - oculomotor
What cranial nerve? Proprioception and motor fibers for superior oblique muscle of eye (extraocular).
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CN IV - trochlear
What cranial nerve? Both motor and sensory for face; conducts sensory impulses from mouth, nose, surface of eye, and dura mater; also contains motor fibers that stimulate chewing.
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CN V - trigeminal
What cranial nerve? Contains motor fibers to lateral rectus muscles and proprioception fibers from same muscle to brain.
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CN VI - abducens
What cranial nerve? Mixed: (1) supplies motor fibers to muscles of facial expression and to lacrimal and salivary glands and (2) carries sensory fibers from taste buds of anterior part of the tongue.
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CN VII - facial
Aphasia, Dysphasia, and homonymous hemianopsia would result from _______ hemisphere lesions.
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Left
A lesion in the left hemisphere of the brain could result in...
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Right homonymous hemianopsia (visual field in the right half of each eye is gone); Right hemiparesis/ hemiplegia (loss of movement/ sensation); Aphasia and Dysphasia (damage to Broca's/Wernicke's).
Which part of the brain? Right hemiparesis
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Left frontal
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Which part of the brain? Left homonymous hemianopsia
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Right occipital lobe
Which part of the brain? Right side sensory impairment
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Left parietal
Damage to the Broca's speech area results in the inability to _______. This is called _______.
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Inability to form words; called expressive aphasia
The left side of the body is controlled by the _______ side of the brain.
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Right frontal (movement) and parietal(sensation)
Which lobe is Broca's speech area located in?
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Frontal lobe
What is controlled by the cerebellum?
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Balance and coordination
Damage to the occipital lobe results in...
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vision disturbances
What is controlled by the parietal lobe?
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Sensory information/Sensation
Speech difficulties arise from damage to which hemisphere?
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Left
Which cortical lobe is involved in remembering test material?
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Temporal
Aphasia results from damage to what area of the brain?
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Broca's speech area in the frontal lobe
  
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