Scarpa’s ganglion

Which nerve ganglion is called Scarpa’s ganglion?

A. Oculomotor nerve

B. Trigeminal nerve

C. Vestibulocochlear nerve

D. Vagus nerve

Which of the following is the location of Scarpa’s ganglion?

A. Base of the pons

B. Lower medulla

C. Cerebellopontine angle

D. Internal auditory meatus

CN VIII is made up of primary sensory neurons located in –

A. Scarpa’s ganglion

B. Spiral ganglion

C. Both of the above

D. None of the above

Extra-Notes

What is Spiral ganglion?

Spiral (cochlear) ganglion is a group of neuron cell bodies in the modiolus, the conical central axis of the cochlea?

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