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URI Anatomy Quiz 9

URI Anatomy Quiz 9 Cranial Nerves

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The _____ is the cranial nerve that is the major nerve controlling the heart and most of the gastrointestinal tract, except the last third of the colon. vagus nerve
The _____ is the cranial nerve that passes through the optic canal. optic nerve
The _____ is the cranial nerve that passes through the stylomastoid foramen. facial nerve
The glossopharyngeal nerve passes through the _____ to exit the skull. jugular foramen
The _____ is the cranial nerve that is sensory to the anterior 2/3 of the tongue for taste. facial nerve
The _____ is the cranial nerve that is sensory for the sense of smell. olfactory nerve
The _____ is the cranial nerve that is motor to the muscles of the eyes except the lateral rectus and superior oblique. oculomotor nerve
The _____ is the cranial nerve to the muscles of facial expression. facial nerve
The _____ is the cranial nerve that is sensory for hearing and equilibrium. vestibulocochlear nerve
Cranial nerve VII is the _____. facial nerve
The inferior portion of the brain connects with the spinal cord as it passes through the _____. foramen magnum
The cranial nerves that directly affect the eye include the optic, oculomotor, _____, trigeminal, and abducens. trochlear
The _____ is unusual in that it enters the cranium through the foramen magnum and leaves the cranium by the jugular foramen. Also, it is the only cranial nerve that does not originate from the brain. spinal accessory nerve
The _____ nerve gives rise to the ophthalmic, maxillary, and mandibular nerves. trigeminal
The maxillary nerve passes through the foramen rotundum, the _____, and finally the infraorbital foramen. inferior orbital fissure
The _____ nerve is the sensory nerve for vision. optic nerve
The olfactory nerve passes through the many foramina of the _____, which is part of the ethmoid bone. cribriform plate
Of the twelve major cranial nerves, the nerves that are only sensory include the _____, optic and auditory nerves. olfactory
Sensory impulses from the lacrimal gland, nasal cavity mucosa, skin of the nose, upper eyelid, and cornea are carried by the _____ nerve. opthalmic
The mandibular nerve passes through the _____, the mandibular foramen, and finally the mental foramen. foramen ovale
A canal or meatus is different than a foramen in that it has appreciable depth. We studied three inside the skull. They were the _____, the hypoglossal canal, and the internal auditory meatus (canal). optic canal
The vestibulocochlear nerve is also known as the _____, auditory, or acoustic nerve. statoacoustic