CRANIAL NERVES .txt

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CRANIAL NERVES .txt
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  1. What is cranial nerve I?
    Olfactory
  2. What is Cranial nerve II?
    Optic
  3. What is cranial nerve III?
    Oculomotor
  4. What is cranial nerve IV?
    Trochlear
  5. What is cranial nerve V?
    Trigeminal
  6. What is cranial nerve VI?
    Abducens
  7. What is cranial nerve VII?
    Facial
  8. What is cranial nerve VIII?
    Vestibulocochlear (auditory)
  9. What is cranial nerve IX?
    Glossopharyngeal
  10. What is cranial nerve X?
    Vagus
  11. What is cranial nerve XI?
    Accessory
  12. What is cranial nerve XII?
    Hypoglossal
  13. What does the olfactory nerve control?
    Sensory: Sense of smell
  14. What does the optic nerve control?
    Sensory: Vision
  15. What does the oculomotor nerve control?
    Motor: moving the eye (up, down, and medially), visual accomodation. Pupil constriction and opening eyelid
  16. What does the trochlear nerve control?
    Motor: infernolateral movement of the eye
  17. What does the trigeminal nerve control?
    • Motor: Chewing
    • Sensory: tactile sensations from the face and head
  18. What does the abducens nerve control?
    Motor: Lateral eye movement
  19. What does the facial nerve control?
    • Motor: Facial expressions and tear/saliva secretion
    • Sensory: Taste from the anterior 2/3 of tongue
  20. What does the vestibulocochlear nerve control?
    Sensory: Hearing and equilibrium
  21. What does the Vagus nerve control?
    • Motor: innervation to almost all organs
    • Sensory: taste to posterior tongue and hunger
  22. What does the accessory nerve control?
    Motor: neck and head movement and Swallowing
  23. What does the hypoglossal nerve control?
    Motor: Tongue movements
  24. What does the glossopharyngeal nerve control?
    • Motor: gagging, swallowing, salvation
    • Sensory: taste in posterior 1/3 of tongue
  25. Order for function types of cranial nerves:
    • 1 s 2 s. Car
    • 3 m 4 m. Candy
    • 5 b 6 m. Bowel m.
    • 7 b 8 s. Bs
    • 9 b 10 b. baby
    • 11 m 12 m. Candy

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