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    Neuro Q1

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    Which of the following CNs carry General Visceral Afferent fibers that travel in the solitary tract and terminate in the solitary nucleus?
    a. V
    b. IX
    c. X
    d. B and C only
    e. A, B, and C

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    it's B+C.... as far as i think!!!

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    solitary nucleus - vii and ix

    so i think answer shud be B

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    GVA: cnIX and cnX (solitary nucleus), SVA: cnVII, cnIX and cnX (gustatory nucleus which is rostral part of solitary nc)
    So, the answer would be D (B+C)

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    Solitari Nucleus

    Both Cn Ix And X Contain Fibers To This Nucleus.so Option#d Is Correct.

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