AZ Cranial nerves

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AZ Cranial nerves
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  1. 1
    • Vagus – X (B)
    • Conduct impulses to
    • mouth, ear, neck, thorax, abdomen

  2. 2
    • Vestibulocochlear – VIII (S)
    • Vestibular provides equilibrium
    • Cochlear conduct sound from the Cochlea

  3. 3
    • Facial – VII (B)
    • Motor: Facial muscles, Lacrimal glands, Salivary glands
    • Sensory: Taste on the anterior 2/3 of the tongue

  4. 4
    • Abducent – VI (M)
    • Only Lateral Rectusnerve

  5. 5
    • Trochlear – IV (M)
    • Only Superior Oblique muscle.
    • Through Superior Orbital Fissure

  6. 6
    • Optic – II (S)
    • Eye vision.
    • Through the Optic Foramen

  7. 7
    • Oculomotor – III (M)
    • All eye muscles except Superior Oblique and Lateral Rectus
    • Through Superior Orbital Fissure

  8. 8
    • Olfactory – I (S)
    • Nasal passages, superior nasal septum (smell)

  9. 9
    • Trigeminal – V (B)
    • Largest.
    • 3 divisions: Ophthalmic, Maxillary, Mandibular

  10. 12
    • Glossopharingeal – IX (B)
    • Motor: swallowing muscles.
    • Sensory:
    • a) Taste on the posterior 2/3 of the tongue.
    • b) Pain and temperature in the middle ear
    • c) Impulses from carotid sinus and carotid body to regulate blood pressure and respiration rate

  11. 11
    • Hypoglossal – XII (M)
    • Movement of the muscles of the tongue

  12. 12
    • Accessory – XI (M)
    • Muscles of the neck and upper back
    • (Sternocleidomastoid and Trapezius)

  13. 5
    • Accessory – XI (M)
    • Muscles of the neck and upper back(Sternocleidomastoid and Trapezius)

  14. 1
    • Abducent – VI (M)
    • Only Lateral Rectusnerve

  15. 2
    • Trochlear – IV (M)
    • Only Superior Oblique muscle
    • Through Superior Orbital Fissure

  16. 3
    • Optic – II (S)
    • Eye vision.
    • Through the Optic Foramen

  17. 4
    • Oculomotor – III (M)
    • All eye muscles except Superior Oblique and Lateral Rectus
    • Through Superior Orbital Fissure

  18. 6
    • Facial – VII (B)
    • Motor: Facial muscles, Lacrimal glands, Salivary glands
    • Sensory: Taste on the anterior 2/3 of the tongue

  19. 7
    • Glossopharingeal – IX (B)
    • Motor: swallowing muscles
    • Sensory:
    • a) Taste on the posterior 2/3 of the tongue.
    • b) Pain and temperature in the middle ear
    • c) Impulses from carotid sinus and
    • carotid body to regulate blood pressure
    • and respiration rate

  20. 12
    • Hypoglossal – XII (M)
    • Movement of the muscles of the tongue

  21. 8
    • Olfactory – I (S)
    • Nasal passages, superior nasal septum (smell).

  22. 9
    • Trigeminal – V (B)
    • Largest.
    • 3 divisions: Ophthalmic, Maxillary, Mandibular

  23. 10
    • Vagus – X (B)
    • Conduct impulses to mouth, ear, neck, thorax, abdomen

  24. 11
    • Vestibulocochlear – VIII (S)
    • Vestibular provides equilibrium
    • Cochlear conduct sound from the Cochlea
  25. CN I
    • Olfactory - S
    • Smell (Nasal passages, superior nasal septum)
  26. CN II
    • Optic - S
    • Eye vision
  27. CN III
    • Oculomotor - M
    • All eye muscles except Superior Oblique and Lateral Rectus
  28. CN IV
    • Trochlear - M
    • Only Superior Oblique muscle
  29. CN V
    • Trigeminal - B
    • Largest.
    • 3 divisions - Ophthalmic, Maxillary, Mandibular
  30. CN VI
    • Abducent - M
    • Only Lateral Rectus nerve
  31. CN VIII
    • Vestibulocochlear S
    • Vestibular provides equilibrium
    • Cochlear provides conduct sound from the Cochlea
  32. CN IX
    • Glossopharingeal - B
    • Motor: swallowing muscles.
    • Sensory:
    • Taste on the posterior 2/3 of the tongue.
    • Pain and temperature in the middle ear
    • Impulses from carotid sinus and carotid body to regulate blood pressure and respiration rate
  33. CN X
    • Vagus - B
    • Conduct impulses to mouth, ear, neck, thorax, abdomen
  34. CN XI
    • Accessory - M
    • Muscles of the neck and upper back (Sternocleidomastoid and Trapezius
  35. CN XII
    • Hypoglossal - M
    • Movement of the muscles of the tongue
  36. Nasal passages, superior nasal septum (smell)
    CN I - Olfactory - S
  37. Eye vision
    CN II - Optic - S
  38. All eye muscles except Superior Oblique and Lateral Rectus
    CN III - Oculomotor - M
  39. Only Superior Oblique muscle
    CN IV - Trochlear - M
  40. Largest CN
    CN V - Trigeminal - B
  41. Has 3 divisions: Ophthalmic, Maxillary, Mandibular
    • CN V - Trigeminal - B
    • Largest
  42. Only Lateral Rectus nerve
    CN VI - Abducent - M
  43. Motor: Facial muscles, Lacrimal glands, Salivary glands
    Sensory: Taste on the anterior 2/3 of the tongue
    CN VII - Facial - B
  44. Provides equilibrium and conduct sound
    CN VIII - Vestibulocochlear - S
  45. Has 2 divisions: Vestibular and Cochlear
    CN VIII - Vestibulocochlear - S
  46. Motor: swallowing muscles
    Sensory:
    Taste on the posterior 2/3 of the tongue
    Pain and temperature in the middle ear
    Impulses from carotid sinus and carotid body to regulate blood pressure and respiration rate
    CN IX - Glossopharingeal - B
  47. Conduct impulses to mouth, ear, neck, thorax, abdomen
    CN X - Vagus - B
  48. Muscles of the neck and upper back
    • CN XI - Accessory - M
    • Sternocleidomastoid and Trapezius
  49. Movement of the muscles of the tongue
    CN XII - Hypoglossal - M
  50. CN Table

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