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Cranial Nerves

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Cranial Nerve 1-Olfactory carries impulses for the sense of smell toward the brain
Cranial Nerve 2-Optic Carries visual impulses from the eye to the brain
Cranial Nerve 3-Oculmotor Controls contraction of eye muscles
Cranial Nerve 4-Trochlear Supplies one eyeball muscle
Cranial Nerve 5-Trigeminal Carries sensory impulses from eye, upper jw, and lower jw toward the brain
Cranial Nerve 6-Abducens Controls an eyeball muscle
Cranial Nerve 7-Facial Control muscles of facial expression carries sensation of taste stimulates small salivary glands and lacrimal-tear gland
Cranial Nerve 8-Vestibulocochlear Carries sensory impulses for hearing and equilibrium from the inner ear toward the brain
Cranial Nerve 9-Glossopharyngeal Carries sensory impulses from tongue and pharynx, controls swallowing muscles and stimulates the parotid salivary gland
Cranial Nerve 10-Vagus Supplies most of the organs in the thoracic and abdominal cavities, carries motor impulses to the larynx-voice box and pharynx
Cranial Nerve 11-Accessory Controls muscles in the neck and larynx
Cranial Nerve 12-Hypoglossal Controls muscles of the tongue
Created by: Aculinh