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Cranial Nerves

WVSOM -- Introduction to Cranial Nerves

QuestionAnswer
Cranial Nerve I Olfactory Nerve
Cranial Nerve II Optic Nerve
Cranial Nerve III Oculomotor Nerve
Cranial Nerve IV Trochlear Nerve
Cranial Nerve V Trigeminal Nerve
Cranial Nerve VI Abducens Nerve
Cranial Nerve VII Facial Nerve
Cranial Nerve VIII Auditory-vestibular Nerve
Cranial Nerve IX Glossopharyngeal nerve
Cranial Nerve X Vagus Nerve
Cranial Nerve XI Accessory Nerve
Cranial Nerve XII Hypoglossal Nerve
What is the function of general somatic nerves? sensations from the skin, mucous membranes
Which cranial nerves are general somatic nerves? V, VII, IX and X
What is the function of general visceral nerves? sensations from the viscera
Which cranial nerves are general Visceral nerves? IX and X
What are the two kinds of sensory fibers? general somatic and general visceral
What are special sensory fibers? have unique sensations
What are the special sensory nerves and their function? II and VIII for vision and hearing/equilibrium
What are the special visceral nerves and their function? I,VII, IX and X which are responsible for olfaction and taste.
What is Cranial nerve I? Olfactory
What is Cranial Nerve II? Optic
What is cranial nerve III? occulomotor
What is cranial nerve IV? Trochlear
What is cranial nerve V? trigiminal
What is cranial nerve VI? Abducens
What is cranial nerve VII? facial
What is cranial nerve VIII? vestibulocochlear
What is cranial nerve IX? Glossopharyngeal
What is cranial nerve X? vagal
What is cranial nerve XI? Spinal Accessory
What is cranial nerve XII? hypoglossal
What are the fiber types and function of the Olfactory nerve? special sensory and olfaction
What are the fiber types and function of the optic nerves? special sensory and vision
What are the fiber types of the oculomotor nerves and their main function? eye moments, constriction of pupil
What is the fiber types of the trigeminal nerve and its main function? mixed. Muscles of mastication and facial sensation.
What are the fiber types of the abducens and its main function? motor and eye movements
What are the fiber types of the facial nerves and their main functions? mixed. Muscles of facial expression, taste, salivation and lacrimation
What are the fiber types of the vestibulocochlear and its main function? hearing and equilibrium
What are the fiber types of the glossopharyngeal nerve and its main function? pharyngeal muscles, salvation and taste
What are the fiber types of the vagus nerve and its main function? major nerve for parasympathetics, laryngeal muscles and taste
What is the fiber type for the spinal accessory nerve and its main function? motor. Controls trapezius and Sternocleidomastoid
What is the fiber type for the hypoglossal and the main function? motor, innervations of tongue muscles
Which cranial nerves are purely sensory? I, II & VIII
Which cranial nerves are purely motor? III, IV, VI, XI & XII
What are the 3 divisions of the Trigeminal Nerve? V1 – Opthalmic, V2 – Maxillary, V3 – Mandibular
What nerves run thru the cribriform plate? CN I
What nerve/s run thru the Optic Canal? CNII
What nerves run thru the Superior Orbital Fissure? CN III,IV,V1 & VI
What nerves run thru the foramen rotundum? CN V2
What nerves run thru the foramen ovale? CN V3
What nerves run thru the internal acoustic meatus? CN VII & VIII
What nerves run thru the jugular foramen? CN IX, X and XI
What nerves run thru the hypoglossal Canal? CN XII
What nerves run thru the Foramen Magnum? CN XI (spinal portion
Where are the cell bodies for the olfactory nerve located? olfactory mucosa in the roof of the nasal cavity
How do olfactory nerves enter the skull? cribriform plate of the ethmoid bone
What kind of injury can cause loss of smell? fractures of the cranial bone
Where are cell bodies for the optic nerve located? Retina
What is the optic nerve an extension of? develops as an extention of the diencephalon
What surrounds the optic nerve? meninges
What does the optic nerve pass thru to enter the middle cranial fossa? optic canal
How do you test cranial nerve I? small
What do you test for cranial nerve 2 disfunction? vision
How do you test cranial nerves 3,4 and 6? test eye movement
How do you test cranial nerve 5? loss of sensation to the face
How do you test cranial nerve 7? paralysis of facial muscles
How do you test CN 8? hearing loss
How do you test CN 9? loss of sensory limb of the gag reflex
How do you test CN 10? uvula points to normal side
How do you test CN 11? dropping of shoulder
How do you test CN 12? tongue points to the side of lesion
Created by: tjamrose