CranialNerveNotecards.txt

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Cranial Nerves I
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  1. Name CNI
    Olfactory
  2. Name CNII
    Optic
  3. Name CNIII
    Occulomotor
  4. Name CNIV
    Trochlear
  5. Name CNV
    Trigeminal
  6. Name CNV1
    Opthalmic br of Trigeminal
  7. Name CNV2
    Maxillary br of Trigeminal
  8. Name CNV3
    Mandibular br of Trigeminal
  9. Name CNVI
    Abducens
  10. Name CNVII
    Facial
  11. Name CNVIII
    Vestibulocochlear
  12. Name CNIX
    Glossopharyngeal
  13. Name CNX
    Vagus
  14. Name CNXI
    Accessory
  15. Name CNXII
    Hypoglossal
  16. Name the branches of CNVII in order superior to inferior
    • To Zanzibar By Motor Car
    • Temporal
    • Zygomatic
    • Buccal
    • Marginal mandibular
    • Cervical
  17. Define the types of Motor Modalities of Cranial nerves
    • Motor:
    • Visceral - autonomic innervation of cardiac mm, smooth mm, and glands
    • Branchial - innervation of muscles derived from branchal arches
    • Somatic - innervation of muscles derived from myotomes
  18. Define the types of Sensory Modalities of Cranial nerves
    • Sensory:
    • Special - smell, vision, taste, hearing, balance
    • Somatic - info - proprioception, pain, temperature, vibration, touch
    • Visceral - Sensory info from viscera (except pain)
  19. Modalities: Sensory, Motor or Both - CNI
    • Sensory Only
    • Special Sensory: Smell
  20. Modalities: Sensory, Motor or Both - CNII
    • Sensory only
    • Special sensory - vision
  21. Sensory, Motor or Both - CNIII
    • Motor only
    • Visceral - lens accomodation for near vision
    • Somatic motor - eye movement
  22. Sensory, Motor or Both - CNIV
    Motor
  23. Sensory, Motor or Both - CNV
    Both
  24. Sensory, Motor or Both - CNV1
    Sensory
  25. Sensory, Motor or Both - CNV2
    Sensory
  26. Sensory, Motor or Both - CNV3
    Both
  27. Sensory, Motor or Both - CNVI
    Motor
  28. Sensory, Motor or Both - CNVII
    Both
  29. Sensory, Motor or Both - CNVIII
    Sensory
  30. Sensory, Motor or Both - CNIX
    Both
  31. Sensory, Motor or Both - CNX
    Both
  32. Sensory, Motor or Both - CNXI
    Motor
  33. Sensory, Motor or Both - CNXII
    Motor
  34. Which Cranial Nerver is associated with the special sense of: Smell?
    CNI Olfactory
  35. Which Cranial Nerver is associated with the special sense of: Vision?
    CNII Optic
  36. Which Cranial Nerver is associated with the special sense of: Taste (anterior 2/3 of tongue)?
    CNVII Facial
  37. Which Cranial Nerver is associated with the special sense of: Taste (posterior 1/3 of tongue)?
    CNIX Glossopharyngeal
  38. Which Cranial Nerver is associated with the special sense of: Taste (epiglottis)?
    CNX Vagus
  39. Which Cranial Nerver is associated with the special sense of: Balance and Hearing?
    CNVIII Vestibulocochlear
  40. Which Cranial Nerves pass through the cavernous sinus?
    • III
    • IV
    • V1
    • V2
    • VI
  41. Which Cranial Nerves innervate the extraocular muscles and which ones?
    • III Oculomotor - Superior, Inferior and Medial Rectus mm. + Inferior oblique m.
    • IV Trochlear - Superior oblique m
    • VI Abducent - Lateral rectus m.
    • (LR6SO4)3
  42. Which cranial nerves carry Preganglionic Parasympathetic fibers and what do they innervate?
    • III Oculomotor - sphincter pupillae and ciliary mm.
    • VII Facial - Glands: Lacrimal, Submandibular, and Sublingual
    • IX Glossopharyngeal - Parotid gland
    • X Vagus - smooth mm of thoracic and abdominal viscera
  43. To which cranial nerves are parasympathetic ganglia attached and what are they?
    • V1 Opthalmic - Ciliary Ganglion
    • V2 Maxillary - Pterygopalantine Ganglion
    • V3 Mandibular - Otic and Submandibular Ganglia
  44. Which Foramina of Cranial Nerve Exit/Entry are found on the : Ethmoid b.?
    Cribiform Plate
  45. Which Foramina of Cranial Nerve Exit/Entry are found on the : Sphenoid b.?
    • Optic Canal
    • Superior Orbital Fissure
    • Foramen Rotundum
    • Foramen Ovale
  46. Which Foramina of Cranial Nerve Exit/Entry are found on the : Temporal b.?
    • Internal Acoustic Meatus
    • Jugular Foramen
    • Foramen Magnum
  47. Which Foramina of Cranial Nerve Exit/Entry are found on the : Occipital b.?
    Hypoglossal canal
  48. Which cranial nerve(s) exit the skull through: Cribiform plate of the Ethmoid b.?
    CNI Olfactory
  49. Which cranial nerve(s) exit the skull through foramina of the Sphenoid bone?
    2,3,4,5,6
  50. Which cranial nerve(s) exit the skull through: Optic canal?
    CNII Optic
  51. Which cranial nerve(s) exit the skull through: Superior Orbital Fissure?
    • III Oculomotor
    • IV Trochlear
    • V1 Opthalmic br of Trigeminal
    • VI Abducent
  52. Which cranial nerve(s) exit the skull through: Foramen Rotundum?
    V2 Maxillary br of the Trigeminal
  53. Which cranial nerve(s) exit the skull through:: Foramen Ovale?
    V3 Mandibular br of Trigeminal
  54. Which cranial nerve(s) exit/enter the skull through: Internal Acoustic Meatus?
    • VII Facial (enter)
    • VIII Vestibulocochlear
  55. Which cranial nerve(s) exit/enter the skull through: Jugular Foramen?
    • IX Glossopharyngeal
    • X Vagus
    • XI Accessory (exit)
  56. Which cranial nerve(s) enter/exit the skull through: Foramen Magnum?
    XI Accessory (enter)
  57. Which cranial nerve(s) exit the skull through: Hypoglossal Canal?
    XII Hypoglossal

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