PNS Final Exam Anatomy chp 14

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  1. Name Cranial Nerve I.
    • I. Olfactory Nerve
    • Sensory : Smell
  2. Name Cranial Nerve II:
    • II: Optic Nerve
    • Sensory: Vision
  3. Name Cranial Nerve III:
    • III: Oculomotor Nerve
    • Motor Nerve: Muscles to Eye

    Parasympathetic Componant: Causes pupil to constrict.
  4. Name Cranial Nerve IV:
    • IV: Trochlear
    • Motor: Eye Muscles, innervates a single muscle: the superior oblique muscle of the eye.
  5. Name Cranial Nerve V:
    • V: Trigeminal Nerve
    • BOTH Motor and Sensory
    • Motor: Chewing, biting and swallowing
    • Sensory: is responsible for sensation in the face.

    Has three divisions: Opthalmic (senseory), Maxillary and Mandibular.
  6. Name Cranial Nerve VI:
    • VI: Abducens Nerve
    • Motor: Eye movement.
    • Controls the movement of a single muscle, the lateral rectus muscle of the eye.
  7. Name Cranial Nerve VII:
    • VII: Facial Nerves
    • BOTH Motor and Sensory
    • Motor: Innervated muscle for facial expression
    • Sensory: Collects sensory info from face such as taste buds, and tiny patch of skin on the ear.

    • Parasympathetic Componant: Lacrimal / Tears, Nasal and palatine glands, Sublingual, submandibular salivary glands.
    • Has 5 major branches on face:
    • Temporal
    • Zygomatic
    • Buccal
    • Mandibular
    • Cervical
  8. Name Cranial Nerve VIII:
    • VIII: Vestibulocochlear Nerves
    • Sensory: Balance & Auditory / Hearing
  9. Name Cranial Nerve IX:
    • IX: Glossopharyngeal Nerve
    • BOTH Motor and Sensory
    • Motor: Controls muscles used in Swallowing
    • Sensory: From tongue, tonsil, pharynx;

    Parasympathetic Componant: Innervation of Parotid Salivary Gland
  10. Name Cranial Nerve X:
    • X: Vagus Nerve
    • BOTH Muscle and Sensory
    • Muscle: Larynx & Pharynx
    • Sensory: About the state of the body's organs

    Parasympathetic Componant: Visceral Sensory from Heart, lungs, viscera of digestive system. Heart rate, breathing, digestive system.
  11. Name Cranial Nerve XI:
    • XI: The Accessory Nerves
    • Motor: Controls muscles used in
    • head movement / muscles of the neck.
  12. Name Cranial Nerve XII:
    • XII: Hypoglossal
    • Motor: Moves Tongue
  13. What is the learning mneumonic to remember the Cranial Nerves?
    • O
    • O
    • O
    • To
    • Touch
    • And
    • Feel
    • Very
    • Good
    • Velvet
    • A
    • H
  14. What is the learning mneumonic for remembering if the Cranial Nerves are Motor, Sensory, or Both?
    • Some
    • Say
    • Marry
    • Money
    • But
    • My
    • Brother
    • Says
    • Big
    • Brains
    • Matter
    • Most
  15. List all of the Cranial Nerves
    • Olfactory
    • Optic
    • Oculomotor
    • Trochlear
    • Trigeminal
    • Abducens
    • Facial
    • Vestibulocochlear
    • Glossopharyngeal
    • Vagus
    • Accessory
    • Hypoglossal
  16. List the Cranial Nerves that have a Parasympathetic Componant:
    • III: Oculomotor
    • VII: Facial
    • IX: Glossopharyngeal
    • X: Vagus

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