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Cranial Nerves

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TermDefinition
Olfactory Nerve I: Smell
Optic Nerve II: Vision
Oculomotor Nerve III: Eyemuscles, Eyelids, Pupils
Trochlear Nerve IV: Eyemuscles
Trigeminal Nerve V: Mastication, Throat, Middle Ear
Abducens Nerve VI: Eye Muscles
Facial Nerve VII: Taste, Facial Expression, Middle Ear
Acoustic Vestibulcochlear Nerve VIII: Hearing, Balance
Glossopharyngeal Nerve IX: Taste, Sensory (for Tonsil, Tongue, Carotid Sinus) Salivary Glands
Vagus Nerve X: Pharynx, Larynx, Thorax
Spinal Accessory Nerve XI: Soft Palate, Pharynx, Sternocleidomastoid, Trapezius
Hypoglossal Nerve XII: Tongue, Throat
The Pneumonic for the Cranial Nerves On Old Olympus Towering Tops A Finn And German Viewed Some Hopps