Neurological System

13: The Nervous System (Brain and nerves)

Facial nerve
The parasympathetic fibres of the facial nerve are carried by the greater petrosal and chorda tympani branches. Facial motor nucleus Solitary nucleus Superior salivary nucleus. It is ordinarily due to a herniated disc in the lumbar region of the spine, radiating to the buttocks and to the back of the thigh, to the leg or foot. Most organs receive parasympathetic supply by the vagus nerve and sympathetic supply by splanchnic nerves. Adduction is illustrated by moving the hands apart and then clapping them together or crossing them at the arms. The dorsal sacroiliac ligaments are numerous small bands that pass from the tuberosity of the ilium and the posterior inferior and posterior superior iliac spines to the intermediate sacral crest and adjacent areas of the sacrum. Also, the breaking down of some substances to produce energy for the vital processes catabolism.

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The Facial Nerve (CN VII)

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