FSP MRIQZ - Cranial Nerves

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  1. Function: Smell from nasal mucosa
    • CN I (1) - Olfactory
    • Location: Cribiform plate ethmoid bone
  2. Olfactory
    • CN I (1)
    • Location: Cribiform plate ethmoid bone
    • Function: Smell from nasal mucosa
  3. Location: Cribiform plate ethmoid bone
    • CN I (1) - Olfactory
    • Function: Smell from nasal mucosa
  4. CN I (1)
    • Olfactory
    • Location: Cribiform plate ethmoid bone
    • Function: Smell from nasal mucosa
    • 2, 3
  5. Location: Retina / Optic canal
    • CN II (2) - Optic
    • Function: Vision from retina
  6. Function: Vision from retina
    • CN II (2) - Optic
    • Location: Retina / Optic canal
  7. Optic
    • CN II (2)
    • Location: Retina / Optic canal
    • Function: Vision from retina
  8. CN II (2)
    • Optic
    • Location: Retina / Optic canal
    • Function: Vision from retina
    • 3
  9. Oculomotor
    • CN III (3)
    • Location: Midbrain to orbital fissure
    • Function: Motor function to superior, inferior and medial rectus muscles
  10. Location: Midbrain to orbital fissure
    • CN III (3) - Oculomotor
    • Function: Motor function to superior, inferior and medial rectus muscles
  11. Function: Motor function to superior, inferior and medial rectus muscles
    • CN III (3) - Oculomotor
    • Location: Midbrain to orbital fissure
  12. CN III (3)
    • Oculomotor
    • Location: Midbrain to orbital fissure  
    • Function: Motor function to superior, inferior and medial rectus muscles
    • 3, 4
  13. Location: Posterior midbrain to orbital fissure
    • CN IV (4) - Trochlear
    • Location: Posterior midbrain to orbital fissure
  14. Function: Motor function to superior oblique that directs gaze Inf-Lat
    • CN IV (4) - Trochlear
    • Location: Posterior midbrain to orbital fissure
  15. Trochlear
    • CN IV (4)
    • Location: Posterior midbrain to orbital fissure
    • Function: Motor function to superior oblique that directs gaze Inf-Lat
  16. CN IV (4)
    • Trochlear
    • Location: Posterior midbrain to orbital fissure 
    • Function: Motor function to superior oblique that directs gaze Inf-Lat
    • 6
  17. Largest in the brain
    • Trigeminal - CN V (5)
    • Location: Pons to foramen ovale/rotundum
    • Function: Facial sensation, forehead/scalp to mouth/lip/anterior tongue, chew
  18. Location: Pons to foramen ovale/rotundum
    • CN V (5) - Trigeminal - largest in the brain
    • Function: Facial sensation, forehead/scalp to mouth/lip/anterior tongue
  19. Function: Facial sensation, forehead/scalp to mouth/lip/anterior tongue, chew
    • CN V (5) - Trigeminal - largest in the brain
    • Location: Pons to foramen ovale/rotundum
  20. Trigeminal
    • CN V (5) - largest in the brain
    • Location: Pons to foramen ovale/rotundum
    • Function: Facial sensation, forehead/scalp to mouth/lip/anterior tongue, chew
  21. CN V (5)
    • Trigeminal - largest in the brain
    • Location: Pons to foramen ovale/rotundum 
    • Function: Facial sensation, forehead/scalp to mouth/lip/anterior tongue
    • 3, 4
  22. Location: Pons to superior orbital fissure
    • CN VI (6) - Abducens
    • Function: Motor to lateral rectus that controls lateral gaze
  23. Function: Motor to lateral rectus that controls lateral gaze
    • CN VI (6) - Abducens
    • Location: Pons to superior orbital fissure
  24. Abducens
    • CN VI (6)
    • Location: Pons to superior orbital fissure 
    • Function: Motor to lateral rectus that controls lateral gaze
  25. CN VI (6)
    • Abducens
    • Location: Pons to superior orbital fissure 
    • Function: Motor to lateral rectus that controls lateral gaze
    • 1, 2
  26. Location: Pons to submandibular ganglion, Internal Auditory Meatus /facial canal
    • CN VII (7) - Facial
    • Function: Motor to muscles controlling facial expression, stapedius of middle ear, taste to anterior tongue
    • Bells Palsy Disorder
    • IAC
  27. IAC nerves
    • CN VII (7) - Facial
    • CN VIII (8) - Vestibulocochlear
  28. Function: Motor to muscles controlling facial expression, stapedius of middle ear, taste to anterior tongue
    • CN VII (7) - Facial
    • Location: Pons to submandibular ganglion, Internal Auditory Meatus /facial canal
    • Bells Palsy Disorder
    • IAC
  29. Facial
    • CN VII (7)
    • Location: Pons to submandibular ganglion, Internal Auditory Meatus /facial canal
    • Function: Motor to muscles controlling facial expression, stapedius of middle ear, taste to anterior tongue
    • Bells Palsy Disorder
    • IAC
  30. Bells Palsy Disorder
    • CN VII (7)
    • Location: Pons to submandibular ganglion, Internal Auditory Meatus /facial canal
    • Function: Motor to muscles controlling facial expression, stapedius of middle ear, taste to anterior tongue
  31. CN VII (7)
    • Facial
    • Location: Pons to submandibular ganglion, Internal Auditory Meatus /facial canal 
    • Function: Motor to muscles controlling facial expression, stapedius of middle ear, taste to anterior tongue
    • Bells Palsy Disorder
    • IAC
    • 2, 4
  32. Location: Vestibular ganglion to Internal Auditory Meatus
    • CN VIII (8) - Vestibulocochlear
    • Function: Vestibular sensation from semicircular ducts, hearing from spiral organ
    • IAC
    • Disorder: Tinnitis
  33. Function: Vestibular sensation from semicircular ducts, hearing from spiral organ
    • CN VIII (8) - Vestibulocochlear
    • Location: Vestibular ganglion to Internal Auditory Meatus
    • IAC
    • Disorder: Tinnitis
  34. Vestibulocochlear
    • CN VIII (8)
    • Location: Vestibular ganglion to Internal Auditory Meatus
    • Function: Vestibular sensation from semicircular ducts, hearing from spiral organ
    • IAC
    • Disorder: Tinnitis
  35. Disorder: Tinnitis
    • CN VIII (8) - Vestibulocochlear
    • Location: Vestibular ganglion to Internal Auditory Meatus
    • Function: Vestibular sensation from semicircular ducts, hearing from spiral organ
    • IAC
  36. CN VIII (8)
    • Vestibulocochlear
    • Location: Vestibular ganglion to Internal Auditory Meatus 
    • Function: Vestibular sensation from semicircular ducts, hearing from spiral organ
    • IAC
    • Disorder: Tinnitis
    • 5, 6
  37. Function: Swallowing motor, parotid gland parasympathetic, taste from posterior tongue, cutaneous sensation from external ear
    • CN IX (9) - Glossopharyngeal
    • Location: Medulla/superior and inferior ganglion to Jugular foramen
  38. Location: Medulla/superior and inferior ganglion to Jugular foramen
    • CN IX (9) - Glossopharyngeal
    • Function: Swallowing motor, parotid gland parasympathetic, taste from posterior tongue, cutaneous sensation from external ear
  39. Glossopharyngeal
    • CN IX (9)
    • Location: Medulla/superior and inferior ganglion to Jugular foramen
    • Function: Swallowing motor, parotid gland parasympathetic, taste from posterior tongue, cutaneous sensation from external ear
  40. CN IX (9)
    • Glossopharyngeal
    • Location: Medulla/superior and inferior ganglion to Jugular foramen 
    • Function: Swallowing motor, parotid gland parasympathetic, taste from posterior tongue, cutaneous sensation from external ear
    • 2, 3
  41. Location: Medulla / Inferior ganglion to Jugular foramen
    • CN X (10) - Vagus - Largest in the body
    • Function: Motor to pharynx, larynx, palate muscles, taste from epiglottis,
    • palate. Para-sympathethic innervation to trachea, bronchi, digestive
    • tract, coronaries
  42. Function: Motor to pharynx, larynx, palate muscles, taste from epiglottis, palate.
    Para-sympathethic innervation to trachea, bronchi, digestive tract,
    coronaries
    • CN X (10) - Vagus - Largest in the body
    • Location: Medulla / Inferior ganglion to Jugular foramen
  43. Largest in the body
    • CN X (10) - Vagus - Largest in the body
    • Location: Medulla / Inferior ganglion to Jugular foramen
    • Function: Motor to pharynx, larynx, palate muscles, taste from epiglottis,
    • palate. Para-sympathethic innervation to trachea, bronchi, digestive
    • tract, coronaries
  44. Vagus
    • CN X (10) - Largest in the body
    • Location: Medulla / Inferior ganglion to Jugular foramen
    • Function: Motor to pharynx, larynx, palate muscles, taste from epiglottis, palate. Para-sympathethic innervation to trachea, bronchi, digestive tract, coronaries
  45. CN X (10)
    • Vagus - Largest in the body
    • Location: Medulla / Inferior ganglion to Jugular foramen
    • Function: Motor to pharynx, larynx, palate muscles, taste from epiglottis, palate. Para-sympathethic innervation to trachea, bronchi, digestive tract, coronaries
    • 1
  46. Function: Motor to trapezius and sternocleidomastoid
    • CN XI (11) - Spinal Accessory
    • Location: Spinal Cord
  47. Location: Spinal Cord
    • CN XI (11) - Spinal Accessory
    • Function: Motor to trapezius and sternocleidomastoid
  48. Spinal Accessory
    • CN XI (11)
    • Location: Spinal Cord
    • Function: Motor to trapezius and sternocleidomastoid
  49. CN XI (11)
    • Spinal Accessory
    • Location: Spinal Cord
    • Function: Motor to trapezius and sternocleidomastoid
    • 2
  50. Location: Medulla to hypoglossal canal
    • CN XII (12) - Hypoglossal
    • Function: Motor to intrinsic and extrinsic muscles of tongue
  51. Function: Motor to intrinsic and extrinsic muscles of tongue
    • CN XII (12) - Hypoglossal
    • Location: Medulla to hypoglossal canal
  52. Hypoglossal
    • CN XII (12)
    • Location: Medulla to hypoglossal canal
    • Function: Motor to intrinsic and extrinsic muscles of tongue
  53. CN XII (12)
    • Hypoglossal
    • Location: Medulla to hypoglossal canal
    • Function: Motor to intrinsic and extrinsic muscles of tongue


  54. H, J
    RT, LT CN I (1) - Olfactory

  55. A, B
    • A - RT CN II (2) - Optic
    • B - RT, CN III (3) - Oculomotor

  56. C
    RT CN IV (4) - Trochlear

  57. A, B
    TR, LT CN VI (6) - Abducens

  58. A, B, C, D
    • A & B - RT, LT CN V (5) - Trigeminal
    • C & D - RT, LT CN IV (4) - Trochlear

  59. A, B
    • A - Cochlea
    • B - LT CN VII (7) - Facial

  60. C, D
    • C - Semicircular canal
    • D - LT CN VIII (8) - Vestibulocochlear

  61. C
    RT CN IX (9) - Glossopharyngeal

  62. A
    RT CN X (10) - Vagus

  63. A, B
    • A - Posterior Inferior Cerebral Artery
    • B - CN XI (11) - Spinal Accessory

  64. J
    RT CN XII (12) - Hypoglossal

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