Posted by Michelle on December 09, 2014 at 15:52:46:
In Reply to: Orbit - True/False posted by lae2 on September 30, 2013 at 14:05:47:
: Orbit - True/False
: These questions were not submitted by the lecturer.
: 1. The orbital septum is an extension of the periosteum at the orbital rim. TRUE
: 2. The superior tarsal muscle is in "parallel" with the tendon of levator palpebrae superioris. TRUE
: 3. The sphenoid bone contributes to the superior border of the inferior orbital fissure. TRUE
: 4. The frontal bone defines the superior border of the superior orbital fissure. FALSE sphenoid
: 5. The lacrimal fossa for the lacrimal sac is a feature of the lacrimal bone. TRUE
: 6. The four rectus muscles, but not levator palpebrae superioris or the superior oblique muscles, take origin from the annulus tendineus. TRUE
: 7. The superior tarsal muscle is skeletal and innervated by the parasympathetic nervous system. FALSE smooth muscle
: 8. The abducens nerve innervates a single muscle; the medial rectus. FALSE lateral rectus
: 9. The divisions of the oculomotor nerve enter the orbit by passing through the heads of origin of the lateral rectus muscle. FALSE?
: 10. The lacrimal, frontal, and trochlear nerves are the most superior in the orbit and do not pass through the annulus tendineus. TRUE
: 11. The cell bodies that mediate corneal pain are located in the ciliary ganglion. FALSE cell bodies are in the trigeminal ganglion
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