Cranial Neves

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Cranial Neves
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2014-07-01 21:23:14
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Cranial Neves
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  1. CN 1
    • Olfactory
    • Smell
  2. CN 2
    • optic
    • vision
  3. CN 3
    • oculomotor
    • moves eyes up, down, medially
    • raises upper eyelid
    • constricts pupil
  4. CN 4
    • trochlear
    • moves eye medially and down
  5. CN 5
    • trigeminal
    • facial sensation
    • chewing
    • sensation from TMJ
  6. CN 6
    • abducens
    • abducts eye
  7. CN 7
    • facial
    • facial expression
    • closes eyes
    • tears
    • salvation
    • taste
  8. CN 8
    • Vestibulocochlear
    • sensation of head position relative to gravity and head movement
    • taste
  9. CN 9
    • Glossopharyngeal
    • Swallowing
    • taste
    • salvation
  10. CN 10
    • Vagus
    • regulates viscera
    • swallowing
    • speech
    • taste
  11. CN 11
    • (Spinal) Accessory
    • elevates shoulders
    • turns head
  12. CN 12
    • Hypoglossal
    • moves tongue
  13. R hemisphere characteristics
    • nonverbal and artistic
    • understanding of general concepts
    • spatial relationships
  14. L hemisphere characteristics
    • verbal/analytic side
    • processing of info in a sequential manner
    • logical
    • language produced and processed
    • positive emotions
  15. Frontal lobe characteristics
    • primary motor cortex
    • voluntary control of complex motor activities
    • judgement
    • attention
    • awareness
    • mood
    • aggression
  16. parietal lobe characteristics
    • primary sensory cortex
    • attachment of meaning to sensory info
    • sensory homunculus
  17. temporal lobe characteristics
    • primary auditory cortex
    • hear/comprehend language
    • visual perception
    • long term memory
  18. occipital lobe characteristics
    primary visual cortex

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