Human Anatomy

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Human Anatomy
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2010-07-01 21:22:47
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Cranial Nerves
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Name, fiber types, functions, and foramen of the Cranial Nerves
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  1. What is Cranial Nerve #1?
    Olfactory
  2. Olfactory Nerve:
    Finer Types
    Special Sensory
  3. Olfactory:
    Function
    Olfaction
  4. Olfactory:
    Foramen
    Cribiform Plate
  5. What is Cranial Nerve #2?
    Optic
  6. Optic Nerve:
    Fiber Types
    Special Sensory
  7. Optic Nerve:
    Function
    Vision
  8. Optic Nerve:
    Foramen
    Optic foramen/canal
  9. What is Cranial Nerve #8?
    Vestibulocochlear
  10. Vestibulocochlear:
    Fiber Types
    Special Sensory
  11. Vestibulocochlear:
    Function
    Equilibrium and hearing
  12. Vestibulocochlear:
    Foramen
    Internal Accoustic Meatus
  13. What is Cranial Nerve #3?
    Oculomotor
  14. Oculomotor:
    Fiber Types
    Somatic Motor and Visceral Motor
  15. Oculomotor:
    Function
    • Somatic Motor: 4 extrinsic eye muscles and Levator palpebrae superiorus muscle
    • Visceral Motor: Smooth muscle in the eyeball
  16. Oculomotor:
    Foramen
    Superior Orbital Fissure
  17. What is Cranial Nerve #4?
    Trochlear
  18. Trochlear:
    Fiber Types
    Somatic Motor
  19. Trochlear:
    Function
    Superior Oblique Muscle
  20. Trochlear:
    Foramen
    Superior orbital fissure
  21. What is Cranial Nerve #6?
    Abducens
  22. Abducens:
    Fiber Types
    Somatic Motor
  23. Abducens:
    Function
    Lateral Rectus Muscle
  24. Abducens:
    Foramen
    Superior Orbital Muscle
  25. What is Cranial Nerve #11?
    Spinal Accessory
  26. Spinal Accessory:
    Fiber Types
    Somatic Motor
  27. Spinal Accessory:
    Function
    Sternocleidomastoid and trapezius muscles
  28. Spinal Accessory:
    Foramen
    Jugular foramen
  29. What is Cranial Nerve #12?
    Hypoglossal
  30. Hypoglossal:
    Fiber Types
    Somatic Motor
  31. Hypoglossal:
    Function
    Tongue muscles (with 1 exception)
  32. Hypoglossal:
    Foramen
    Hypoglossal Canal
  33. What is Cranial Nerve #5?
    Trigeminal
  34. What are the 3 divisions of the Trigeminal Nerve?
    • 1) Opthalmic Division
    • 2) Maxillary Division
    • 3) Mandibular Division
  35. Trigeminal Nerve (Opthalmic Division):
    Fiber Types
    General Sensory
  36. Trigeminal Nerve (Opthalmic Division):
    Function
    Upper 1/3 face
  37. Trigeminal Nerve (Opthalmic Division):
    Foramen
    Superior Orbital Fissure
  38. Trigeminal Nerve (Maxillary Division):
    Fiber Types
    General Sensory
  39. Trigeminal Nerve (Maxillary Division):
    Function
    Oral and nasal cavitiy, middle 1/3 face
  40. Trigeminal Nerve (Maxillary Division):
    Foramen
    Foramen Rotundum
  41. Trigeminal Nerve (Mandibular Division):
    Fiber Types
    General Sensory and Somatic Motor
  42. Trigeminal Nerve (Mandibular Division):
    Functions
    • General Sensory: Anterior 2/3 tongue, oral cavity and lower 1/3 face
    • Somatic Sensory: Muscles of mastication
  43. Trigeminal Nerve (Mandibular Division)::
    Foramen
    Foramen Ovale
  44. What is Cranial Nerve #7?
    Facial Nerve
  45. Facial Nerve:
    Finer Types
    General Sensory, Special Sensory, Somatic Motor, and Visceral Motor
  46. Facial Nerve:
    Function
    • General Sensory: External Ear
    • Special Sensory: Taste - Anterior 2/3 tongue
    • Somatic Motor: Muscles of fascial expression
    • Visceral Motor: Lacrimal gland, sublingual and submandibular salivary glands
  47. Facial Nerve:
    Foramen
    • General Sensory: Internal Accoustic Meatus
    • Special Sensory: Stylomastoid Foramen
  48. What is the Cranial Nerve #9?
    Glossopharyngeal
  49. Glossopharyngeal:
    Fiber Types
    General Sensory, Special Sensory, Somatic Motor, Visceral Motor
  50. Glossopharyngeal:
    Functions
    • General Sensory: External and missle ear, pharynx, phayngotympanic tube, posterior 1/3 tongue
    • Special Sensory: Taste - Posterior 1/3 tongue
    • Somatic Motor: One muscle of pharynx
    • Visceral Motor: Parotid salivary gland
  51. Glossopharyngeal:
    Foramen
    Jugular Foramen
  52. What is Cranial Nerve # 10?
    Vagus Nerve
  53. Vagus Nerve:
    Fiber Types:
    General Sensory, Special Sensory, Somatic Motor, Visceral Motor
  54. Vagus Nerve:
    Functions
    • General Sensory: external ear, pharynx, larynx, thoracic and abdominal viscera
    • Special Sensory: taste - Pharynx
    • Somatic Motor: Pharynx, larynx, and soft palate muscles
    • Visceral Motor: Thoracic and most abdominal viscera
  55. Vagus Nerve:
    Foramen
    Jugular Foramen

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