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  1. What are the names of the Cranial nerves in the correct order?
    • Olfactory
    • Optic
    • Occulomoter
    • Trochlear
    • Trigeminal
    • Abducens
    • Facial
    • Vestibulocochlear
    • Glossopharyngeal
    • Vagus
    • Spinal Accessory
    • Hypoglossal
  2. What are the names of the 3 divisions of the trigeminal nerve (CNV)?
    • Ophthalmic
    • Maxillary
    • Mandibular
  3. What are the names of the 2 categories of the vestibulocochlear nerve (CNVIII)?
    • Vestibular
    • Cochlear
  4. What is the components of the olfactory n?
    Sensory
  5. What is the components of the optic n?
    Sensory
  6. What is the components of the occulomotor n?
    Motor
  7. What is the components of the trochlear n?
    Motor
  8. What is the components of the trigeminal n?
    Motor & sensory
  9. What is the components of the abducens n?
    Motor
  10. What is the components of the facial n?
    Motor & sensory
  11. What is the components of the CNVIII?
    Sensory
  12. What is the components of the CN IX?
    Motor & sensory
  13. The vagus n has what kind of components?
    Motor & sensory
  14. What is the components of the CN XI & CNXII?
    Both are motor
  15. What is the main action of CN I?
    Smell
  16. What is the main action of Cn II?
    Vision from retina
  17. What is the main action of the somatic motor segment of CN III?
    • Supplies innervation: SR, IR, MR, IO, levator palpebrae superioris
    • Raises eyelid & rotates eye: sup, inf, med
  18. What is the primary duty of the parasympathetic component of CN III?
    • Sphincter pupillae-pupil constricts
    • Ciliary muscles-lens accommodation
  19. What is the main action of the somatic motor component of CN IV?
    Supplies SO-eye inferolaterally (down & out)
  20. This division of CNV gives general sensory sensation from cornea, forehead skin, scalp, eyelids, nose, nasal cavity & paranasal sinuses?
    Ophthalmic
  21. This division of CNV gives general sensory sensation from skin of face over maxilla to include upper lip, maxillary teeth, mucosa of nose, maxillary sinuses, and palate?
    Maxillary
  22. This division of CN V gives branchial motor to muscles of mastication, mylohyoid, ant belly of digastric, tensor veli palatini & tympani?
    Mandibular
  23. This division of Cn V gives general sensory sensation from skin over mandible to include lower lip & side of head, mandibular teeth, TMJ joint, mucosa of mouth & ant 2/3 of tongue?
    Mandibular
  24. T/F The mandibular division of CNV supplies taste sensation from the ant 2/3 of tongue?
    • F-supplies sensation not taste
    • Taste supplied by facial n
  25. What is the cranial n that supplies motor to the lateral rectus for lateral movement of eye?
    Abducent-CN VI
  26. Which cranial n supplies motor to muscles of facial expressions & scalp?
    Facial n- Cn VII
  27. Which cranial n supplies motor to the stapedius of middle ear, stylohyoid & post belly digastric?
    Facial n
  28. Taste from the ant 2/3 of the tongue is supplied by which cranial n?
    Facial n
  29. T/F The facial n supplies sensation to the ant 2/3 of the tongue?
    F-it supplies taste to the ant 2/3 of tongue
  30. The floor of the mouth & palate are supplied by which CN?
    Facial n
  31. Does the facial n supply sensation from skin of external acoustic meatus?
    Yes
  32. What are the names of the glands that are supplied by the CN VII?
    • Submandibular
    • Sublingual salivary
    • Lacrimal
    • Nose & palate glands
  33. The utricle is innervated by which CN?
    CN VIII
  34. What cranial n is associated with hearing from the spiral organ?
    CN VIII
  35. The glossopharyngeal n supplies motor innervation to the stylopharyngeus that assists with what?
    Swallowing
  36. What CN supplies the parotid gland?
    9
  37. Visceral sensation from the parotid gland, carotid body and sinus, pharynx, and middle ear is all innvervated by which cranial n?
    9-glossopharyngeal
  38. Taste from the post 1/3 of the tongue is supplied by which CN?
    Glossopharyngeal-9
  39. T/F Does taste from the post 1/3 of tongue come from the hypoglossal n?
    F-glossopharyngeal n
  40. Which CN is responsible for cutaneous sensation from the external ear?
    9
  41. The sternocleidomastoid & traps are innervated by what CN
    Spinal accessory-11
  42. All of the motor muscles of the tongue except the palatoglossus are innervated by which CN?
    12-hypoglossal
  43. Motor to constrictor muscles of pharynx, intrinsic muscles of larynx, palate muscles (except tensor veli palatine) & striated muscle in sup 2/3 of esphogus is supplied by which CN?
    Vagus-10
  44. Motor to the smooth muscle of trachea, bronchi, & digestive tract are innervated by which CN?
    Vagus-10
  45. Which CN moderates cardiac pacemaker & vasocontrictor of the coronary arteries?
    Vagus-10
  46. Does the vagus nerve provide visceral sensation from the base of the tongue, pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchi, heart, esophagus, stomach, and intestine?
    Yes
  47. Does the vagus nerve provide visceral sensation from the base of tongue, pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchi, kidneys, esophagus, stomach, & cerebellum?
    N0-vagal stimulation does not have contact with: kidney or cerebellum
  48. Does the vagus nerve provide sensation to the auricle, external acoustic meatus and dura mater of post cranial fossa?
    Yes
  49. T/F The striated muscles of the soft palate, pharynx and larynx are all connected to the vagus n?
    T
  50. where is the cranial exit for CNI?
    foramina in cribriform plate
  51. Where is the cranial exit for CNII?
    optic canal
  52. Where is the cranial exit for CNIII?
    superior orbital fissure
  53. Where is the cranial exit for CNIV?
    superior orbital fissure
  54. Where is the cranial exit for CNV1?
    sup orbital fissure
  55. where is the cranial exit for CNV2?
    foramen rotundum
  56. where is the cranial exit for CNV3?
    foramen ovale
  57. where is the cranial exit for CNVI?
    sup orbital fissure
  58. where is the cranial exit for cn7?
    internal acoustic meatus,facial canal & stylomastoid foramen
  59. Where is the cranial exit for cn8?
    internal acoustic meatus
  60. where is the cranial exit for CN 9,10,11?
    jugular foramen
  61. where iss the cranial exit for CNXII?
    hypoglossal canal
  62. location of nerve cell bodies for cn1?
    olfactory epithelium/cells
  63. location of nerve cell bodies cn2?
    retina ganglion cells
  64. nerve cell body location for cn3?
    • somatic motor-midbrain
    • visceral motor(para)-pre-midbrain;post-ciliary gang
  65. nerve cell body location for cn4?
    midbrain
  66. nerve cell body location cnv1,2?
    trigeminal ganglion
  67. nerve cell body location cnv3?
    • branchial motor-pons
    • gen sens-trigeminal gang
  68. nerve cell body location cn6
    pons
  69. nerve cell body location cn7?
    • branchial motor-pons
    • sp & gen sen-geniculat gang
    • visc motor-para-pre-pons; post-pterygopalatine ganglion & submandibular gang
  70. nerve cell body location vestibular?
    vestibular ganglion
  71. nerve cell body location cochlear?
    spiral ganglion
  72. Nerve cell body location cn9?
    • b.motor-medulla
    • para-pre-medulla; post-otic gang
    • visc sen-inf gang
    • sp sen-sup gang
    • gen sen-inf gang
  73. nerve cell body location for vagus?
    • BM-medulla
    • para-pre-medulla; post neuron near/in viscera
    • sp sen-inf gang
    • gen sen-sup gang
    • SM-medulla
  74. nerve cell body location cnxi?
    cervical sp cord
  75. nerve cell body location cn12?
    medulla

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