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CN Ganglion

Cranial Nerves and their Peripheral and Parasympathetic Ganglia

QuestionAnswerFlap 3
I - Olfactory No ganglia ----
II - Optic No ganglia ----
III - Oculomotor Ciliary ganglion Parasympathetics to iris and ciliary muscle
IV - Trochlear No ganglia ----
V - Trigeminal Semilunar or Gasserian Ganglion Primary sensory neuron cell bodies for sensation in the face, mouth, sinuses, and supratentorial meninges
VI - Abducens No ganglia ----
VII - Facial Pterygopalatine Ganglion Parasympathetics to lacrimal glands and nasal mucosa
VII - Facial Submandibular Ganglion Parasympathetics to submandibular and sublingual salivary glands
VII - Facial Geniculate Ganglion Primary sensory neuron cell bodies for taste sensation in anterior 2/3 of tonuge and for sensation near outer ear
VIII - Vestibulocochlear Spiral Ganglion Primary sensory neuron cell bodies for hearing
VIII - Vestibulocochlear Scarpa's Vestibular Ganglion Primary sensory neuron cell bodies for vestibular sensation
IX - Glossopharyngeal Otic Ganglion Parasympathetis to parotid gland
IX - Glossopharyngeal Superior (Jugular) Glossopharyngeal Ganglion Primary sensor neuron cell bodies for sensation from middle ear, externa auditory meatus, pharyx, posterior 1/3 of tongue
IX - Glossopharyngeal Inferior (Petrosal) Glossopharyngeal Ganglion Primary sensory neuron cell bodies for sensation from middle ear, external auditory meatus, pharynx, posterior 1/3 of tongue, and for taste from posterior tongue, and carotid body inputs
X- Vagus Parasympathetic Ganglia In End Organs Parasympathetics to heart, lungs, and digestive tract to level of splenic flexure
X - Vagus Inferior (Nodose) Vagal Ganglion Primary sensory neuron cell bodies for laryngeal sensation for taste from epiglottis, and for reflex inputs from aortic arch receptors and other thoracoabdominal viscera
XI - Accessory No Ganglia ----
XII - Hypoglossal No Ganglia ----
X - Vagus Superior (Jugular) Vagal Ganglion Primary sensory neuron cell bodies for sensation from pharynx, outer ear, and infratentorial meninges
Created by: marcie