12-09

SUNDAY

AM) CHINS 10X3 + LSIT DIP BAR LEG RAISES 5X15+ PUSHUPS 5X25+ BACK BENDS 4X1MIN

A1-FRONT SQUATS 5X5 W 140

A2-SPRINTS 5X100

B1-DB50LB WALKING LUNGES 3X50′

B2- INCLINE FT PUSHUPS 3X15

C1- BURPEES 30

C2- MOUNTAIN CLIMBERS 1MIN

C3- INVERT ROW 6

C4- MIL PRESS 8 W 75

C5 MED BALL SITUPS 12

5 ROUNDS WITH 5 EXTRA (30 BURPEES) 300 TOTAL

TIRE SLED DRAG 5MIN WITH 100 ROTATIONS

5X30 BURPEES WITH 5X1MIN AB ROTAIONS + 3X12 UPRIGHT TIRE ROWS+ 5X10 SPIDERMAN PUSHUPS

5X5PYLO PUSHUPS 3X10 BACK BENDS TO STANDING

Testing Cranial Nerves
                    Cranial Nerve Number                     Name                     Function                     Test
1st Olfactory Smell The ability to smell is tested by asking the person to identify items with very specific odors (such as soap, coffee, and cloves) placed under the nose. Each nostril is tested separately.
2nd

 

Optic

 

Vision The ability to see is tested by asking the person to read an eye chart. Peripheral vision is tested by asking the person to detect objects or movement from the corners of the eyes.
Detection of light The ability to detect light is tested by shining a bright light (as from a flashlight) into each pupil in a darkened room.
3rd

 

Oculomotor

 

Eye movement upward, downward, and inward The ability to move each eye up, down, and inward is tested by asking the person to follow a target moved by the examiner.
Narrowing (constriction) or widening (dilation) of the pupil in response to changes in light The pupils’ response to light is checked by shining a bright light (as from a flashlight) into each pupil in a darkened room.
Raises the eyelids The upper eyelid is checked for drooping (ptosis).
4th Trochlear Eye movement downward and inward The ability to move each eye down and inward is tested by asking the person to follow a target moved by the examiner.
5th

 

Trigeminal

 

Facial sensation Sensation in areas of the face is tested using a pin and a wisp of cotton.

The blink reflex is tested by touching the cornea of the eye with a cotton wisp.

Chewing Strength and movement of muscles that control the jaw are tested by asking the person to clench the teeth and open the jaw against resistance.
6th Abducens Eye movement outward The ability to move each eye outward beyond the midline is tested by asking the person to look to the side.
7th Facial Facial expression, taste in the front two thirds of the tongue,  production of saliva and tears, and controls a muscle involved in hearing The ability to move the face is tested by asking the person to smile, to open the mouth and show the teeth, and to close the eyes tightly.

Taste is tested using substances that are sweet (sugar), sour (lemon juice), salty (salt), and bitter (aspirinSome Trade Names BAYER , quinineSome Trade Names QUALAQUIN , or aloes).

8th

 

Auditory (vestibulocochlear)

 

Hearing Hearing is tested with a tuning fork or with headphones that play tones of different frequencies (pitches) and loudness (audiometry).
Balance Balance is tested by asking the person to walk a straight line.
9th Glossopharyngeal Swallowing, the gag reflex, and speech Because both the 9th and 10th cranial nerves control swallowing and the gag reflex, they are tested together.

The person is asked to swallow. The person is asked to say “ah-h-h” to check movement of the palate (roof of the mouth) and uvula (the small, soft projection that hangs down at the back of throat).

The back of the throat may be touched with a tongue blade, which evokes the gag reflex in most people.

The person is asked to speak to determine whether the voice sounds nasal (another test of palate movement).

10th

 

Vagus

 

Swallowing, the gag reflex, and speech
Control of muscle in some internal organs and the heart rate This function is not tested as part of the cranial nerve examination.
11th Accessory Neck turning and shoulder shrugging The person is asked to turn the head and to shrug the shoulders against resistance provided by the examiner.
12th Hypoglossal Tongue movement The person is asked to stick out the tongue, which is observed for deviation to one side or the other.
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