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mkt

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1.WHICH supplies sensation to the interior of the larynx(above the vocal fold)
RECURRENT LARYNGEAL NERVE
SUPERIOR LARYNGEAL NERVE

2.OPTIC NERVE FIBRES FROM THE NASAL HALF OF RETINA CROSS THE MIDLINE & ENTER THE OPTIC TRACT OF THE OPPOSITE SIDE BY WAY OF
a.optic chiasma
b.bipolar cell bodies of retina.
 

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ans 1)b
ans 2)a
correct me if i am wrong
 

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mkt said:
1.WHICH supplies sensation to the interior of the larynx(above the vocal fold)
RECURRENT LARYNGEAL NERVE
SUPERIOR LARYNGEAL NERVE

2.OPTIC NERVE FIBRES FROM THE NASAL HALF OF RETINA CROSS THE MIDLINE & ENTER THE OPTIC TRACT OF THE OPPOSITE SIDE BY WAY OF
a.optic chiasma
b.bipolar cell bodies of retina.
Hi For nerve, the answer is Superior laryngeal ( Recurrent = Inferior laryngeal nerve which innervate ARY... m.)
For 2 is optic chiasma

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thanks guys. i appreciate it.
 
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