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Cranial Nerves

QuestionAnswer
What is cranial nerve I? Olfactory Nerve
What are the functions of nerve I? Smell, Taste - Olfactory
What is the location of cranial nerve I? from Nasal Cavity - bilateral to Cristi Gali
What is cranial nerve II? Optic
What are the functions of nerve II? vision - for the Optic Chiasma - Largest SENSORY
What is the location of cranial nerve II? pass through the Thalamus ---> Occipital Cortex
What is cranial nerve III? Oculomotor
What is the function of cranial nerve III? most eye Muscles, Eyelids, Iris - especially Vertically
What is the location of cranial nerve III? passes through the Superior Orbital Fissure
What is cranial nerve IV? Trochlear
What is the function of cranial nerve IV? Superior, Oblique eye muscles (down & outward) - primarily motor
What is cranial nerve V? Trigeminal - to.from Jaw and Facial muscles
What nerves make up cranial nerve V and what are their functions and locations? Ophthalmic (S): Superior portions of Nose ---> Head - Superior Orbital Fissure Maxillary (S): Maxilla, Zygomatic, lateral Frontal - F. Rotundum Mandibular (S&M): Mandible, Jaw, Temporal - F. Ovale
Which is the largest Cranial Nerve? V. Trigeminal
Which is the largest SENSORY Cranial Nerve? II. Optic
What is cranial nerve VI? Abducens
What is the function of cranial nerve VI? primarily MOTOR - move Lateral Rectus eye muscles
What is cranial nerve VII? Facial (mixed)
What is the function of cranial nerve VII? (S): taste on anterior 2/3 of tongue; (M): muscles of Facial Expression + Lacrimal and Salivary glands
Which Cranial Nerves are involved in the parasympathetic nervous system? III: Oculomotor, VII: Facial, IX: Glossopharyngeal, X: Vagus
What is cranial nerve VIII? Acoustic (aka Vestibulicochlear)
What are the functions of cranial nerve VIII? Hearing & Equilibrium
What is the location of cranial nerve VII? Stylomastoid Foramen
What is the location of cranial nerve VIII? Internal Auditory Meatus
What is cranial nerve IX? Glossopharyngeal (mixed)
What are the functions of cranial nerve IX? (S) Taste on Posterior 1/3 of tongue and Pressure on Throat (gag reflex); (M) Swallowing and Salivation
What is cranial nerve X? Vagus - (mixed) Longest cranial nerve
What are the functions of cranial nerve X? (S) Visceral Pain; (M) control of Heart and G.I. CONTRACTION
What is cranial nerve XI? Accessory - primarily MOTOR
What are the functions of cranial nerve XI? I Don't Know - muscles of Neck and Upper Back (Trapezius and Sternocleidomastoid)
What is cranial nerve XII? Hypoglossal - primarily MOTOR
What is the function of cranial nerve XII? moving the tongue
What is the mnemonic for the Cranial Nerves? Oh Once One Takes The Anatomy Final, Very Good Vacations Are Had
Which Cranial Nerves are responsible for eye movement? III: Oculomotor, IV: Trochlear, VI: Abducens
Damage to which Cranial Nerve will cause Bell's Palsy? Facial Nerves
What Cranial Nerves are involved in salivation? Facial and Glossopharyngeal
If the Pituitary glad were swollen, which Cranial Nerve would be affected? Optic
Which Cranial Nerves are responsible for taste? I: Olfactory, VII:: Facial, IX: Glossopharyngeal
Which Cranial Nerves would a person be using while chewing? V: Trigeminal Mandible, VII: Facial, IX: Glossopharyngeal, XII: Hypoglossal
Created by: kristel387 on 2007-04-16



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