Chapter 11 The Cranial Nerves

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Chapter 11 The Cranial Nerves
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  1. I = Olfactory
    • Origin of Sensory Fibers
    • Olfactory epithelium of nose (smell)

    • Effector Innervated by Motor Fibers
    • None
  2. II = Optic
    • Origin of Sensory Fibers
    • Retina of eye (vision)

    • Effector Innervated by Motor Fibers
    • None
  3. III = Oculomotor
    • Origin of Sensory Fibers
    • Proprioceptors * of eyeballs muscles

    • Effector Innervated by Motor Fibers
    • Muscles that move eyeball;
    • muscles that change shape of lens;
    • muscles that constrict pupil

    * Proprioceptors are receptors located in muscles, tendons, or joints that provide information about body position and movement.
  4. IV = Trochlear
    • Origin of Sensory Fibers
    • Proprioceptors * of eyeballs muscles

    • Effector Innervated by Motor Fibers
    • Muscles that move eyeball

    * Proprioceptors are receptors located in muscles, tendons, or joints that provide information about body position and movement.
  5. V = Trigeminal
    • Origin of Sensory Fibers
    • Teeth and skin of face

    • Effector Innervated by Motor Fibers
    • Some muscles used in chewing
  6. VI = Abducens
    • Origin of Sensory Fibers
    • Proprioceptors * of eyeballs muscles

    • Effector Innervated by Motor Fibers
    • Muscles that move eyeball

    * Proprioceptors are receptors located in muscles, tendons, or joints that provide information about body position and movement.
  7. VII = Facial
    • Origin of Sensory Fibers
    • Taste buds of anterior part of tongue

    • Effector Innervated by Motor Fibers
    • Muscles used for facial expression;
    • submaxillary and sublingual salivary glands 
  8. VIII = Vestibulocochlear                         (Auditory)
               Vestibular branch
                Cochlear Branch
    • Origin of Sensory Fibers
    • Vestibular branch = Semicircular canals of inner ear (senses of movement, balance, and rotation)

    • Cochlear branch = Cochlea of inner ear (hearing)
    • Effector Innervated by Motor Fibers
    • None
  9. IX = Glossopharyngeal
    • Origin of Sensory Fibers
    • Taste buds of posterior third of tongue and lining of pharynx

    • Effector Innervated by Motor Fibers
    • Parotid salivary gland; muscles of pharynx used in swallowing
  10. X = Vagus
    • Origin of Sensory Fibers
    • Nerve endings in many of the internal organs (e.g., lungs, stomach, aorta, larynx)

    • Effector Innervated by Motor Fibers
    • Muscles of neck and shoulder
  11. XI = Spinal accessory
    • Origin of Sensory Fibers
    • Mucles of tongue

    • Effector Innervated by Motor Fibers
    • Muscles of tongue
  12. XII = Hypoglossal
    • Origin of Sensory Fibers
    • Effector Innervated by Motor Fibers

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