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68C Ch.9 Ph.1 T.4

Hole's Essentials of A&P Chapter 9: Cranial Nerves

QuestionAnswer
I Olfactory (Ooo)(Some) Sensory, transmit impulses associated with sense of smell
II Optic (Ooo)(Say) Sensory, transmit impulses associated with sense of vision
III Oculomotor(Ooo)(Marry) Primarily motor, transmit impulses to muscles that raise eyelids, move eyes, adjust light, focus lenses
IV Trochlear (To)(Money) Primarily motor, transmit impulses to muscles that move eyes
V Trigeminal (Touch)(But) Mixed, impulses from surface of eyes, tear glands, scalp, forehead and upper eyelids
VI Abducens (And)(My) Primarily motor, impulses to muscles that move the eyes
VII Facial (Feel)(Brother) Mixed, impulses associated with taste receptors of anterior tongue, transfers impulses to muscles of facial expression, tear glands
VIII Vestibulocochlear (V***)(Says) Sensory, impulses associated with sense of equilibrium, sense of hearing
IX Glossopharyngeal (Gives)(Big) Mixed, impulses from pharynx, tonsils, posterior tongue, and carotid arteries
X Vagus (Victor)(B***) Mixed, somatic muscle fibers transmit impulses to muscles associated with speech and swallowing; autonomic motor fibers transmit impulses to heart, smooth muscles, and glands
XI Accessory (A)(Matter) Primarily motor, impulses to muscles of soft palate, pharynx, larynx
XII Hypoglossal (H***)(More) Primarily motor, impulses to muscles that move tongue
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