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Cranial Nerves 1

location, number, and foramen

TermDefinition
Olfactory CN I, sensory, cribriform plate
Optic CN II, sensory, optic canal of orbit
Oculomotor CN III, motor, superior orbital fissure
Trochlear CN IV, motor, superior orbital fissure
Trigeminal - ophthalmic branch CN V1, sensory, superior orbital fissure
Trigeminal - maxillary branch CN V2, sensory, foramen rotundum
Trigeminal - mandibular branch CN V3, both, foramen ovale
Abducens CN VI, motor, superior orbital fissure
Facial CN VII, both, internal acoustic meatus
Vestibulocochlear CN VIII, sensory, internal acoustic meatus
Glossopharyngeal CN IX, both, jugular foramen
Vagus CN X, both, jugular foramen
Spinal Accessory CN XI, motor, jugular foramen
Hypoglossal CN XII, motor, hypoglossal canal
Created by: mcyangers