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GC Cranial Nerves

Crainial Nerves in order with description

NI Olfactory Nerve, attached to the cerebrum, Special Sensory (smell)
NII Optic Nerve, attached to Diencephalon, Special Sensory (sight)
NIII Ocular Motor Nerves, coordination of L & R eye movement, intrinsic eye muscles change diameter of the pupil, eyelid movement
NIV Trochlear Nerve, allows you to look down/to the side
NVI Abducens Nerves, attaches to the pons, abduction of the eye
NV Trigeminal Nerve, largest, sensory info from head/face, motor control for mastication
VII Facial Nerve, sensory-proprioception of facial muscles, deep pressure in the face/taste anterior 2/3 of the tongue, superficial muscles of the scalp/face, deep muscles by the ear
VIII Vestibulocochlear Nerves, acoustic nerve, also maintains balance/equilibrium
IX Glossopharygeal Nerves, attaches to sensory nuclei in Medulla Oblongata, swallowing, post 1/3 tongue,innerates salivary glands
X Vagus Nerve, control smooth/cardiac muscle, aids in swallowing
XI Accessory Nerves, originates in the anterior gray horn of cervical spine, aids in swallowing, control of vocal cords, sternocliedo mastoid/trapezious muscles
XII Hypoglossal Nerve, originates in Medulla Oblongata, voluntary control of the tongue
V,VII,IX,X mixed nerves
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