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M6 13-005

Exam 15: The Cranial Nerves

TermDefinition
CN-I Olfactory: Smell. Sensory only.
CN-II Optic: Sight. Sensory only.
CN-III Oculomotor: Eye movement. Motor w/ a small proprioceptive component.
CN-IV Trochlear: Down and inward movement of the eye. Motor w/ a small proprioceptive component.
CN-V Trigeminal: Jaw strength, Facial sensation, corneal reflex. Both sensory and motor.
CN-VI Abducens: Lateral eye movement. Motor w/ a small proprioceptive component.
CN-VII Facial: Symmetrical facial movement, identification of taste. Both sensory and motor.
CN-VIII Acoustic: Hear, equilibrium & balance. Sensory only.
CN-IX Glossopharyngeal: Identification of tastes. Both sensory and motor.
CN-X Vagus: Gag reflex. Movement of the uvula and soft palate. both sensory and motor.
CN-XI Spinal Accessory: Shoulder and neck movement. Motor w/ a small proprioceptive component.
CN-XII Hypoglossal: Tongue movement. Motor w/ a small proprioceptive component.
On Old Olympus' Towering Top A Finn And German Viewed Some Hops Olfactory. Optic. Oculomotor. Trochlear. Trigeminal. Abducens. Facial. Auditory. Glossopharyngeal. Vagus. Spinal Accessory. Hypoglossal.
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