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Cranial Nerves

QuestionAnswer
Carries smell information to the brain for interpretation. Olfactory(I)
Carries visual information to the brain for interpretation Optic(II)
Found within the muscles that move the eyeball,eyelid, and iris Oculomotor(III)
In the muscles that move the eyeball Trochlear(IV)
Carries sensory information from the surface to the brain for interpretation (motor function for the side of the face chewing) Trigeminal(V)
Act in the muscles that move eyeball and facial muscles Abducen(VI)
Found in the facial muscles, and salivary/tear glands. Also carry sensory information from the tongue Facial(VII)
Carries hearing and balance information from the inner ear to the brain for interpretation Vestibulocochlear(VIII)
Carries sensory information from the throat and tongue to the brain for interpretaion, can act in the thoat muscles. Glossopharygeal(IX)
Carries sensory information from the thoracic and abdomial organs to the brain for interpretation. Examples the tongue and stomach Vagus(X)
Found within the muscles of the throat, neck, back, and voice box Accessory(XI)
Found within the muscles of the tongue Hypoglossal(XII)
Created by: kyismineforever