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Cranial Nerves

The only nerve that originates from the forebrain optic
the only cranial nerve that extends beyond the head and neck region Vagus
the largest cranial nerve Trigeminal
fibers arise from the sensory apparatus within the inner ear vestibulocochlear
supplies somatic motor fibers to the lateral rectus muscle of the eye abducens
has five major branches; transmits sensory, motor, and autonomic impulses facial
cell bodies are located within their associated sense organs olfactory, optic, vestibulocochlear
transmits sensory impulses form pressure receptors of the carotid artery glossopharyngeal
arises from the ventral rootlets of the spinal cord accessory
innervates four of the muscles that move the eyes and the iris oculomotor
supplies the superior oblique muscle of the ye trochlear
two nerves that supply the tongue muscles glossopharyngeal and hypoglossal
its tract is frequently misidentified as this nerve olfactory
serves muscles covering the facial skeleton facial
Created by: alyssa_yocom