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Cranial Nerv

PT O'Sullivan 2009

CN I Olfactory: smell
CN II Optic: slight, pupillary reflexes
CN III Oculomotor: moves eye and elevates upper eyelid
CN IV Trochlear: motor nerve for superior oblique muscle
CN V Trigeminal: mastication and sensory nerve for head
CN VI Abducens: abducts eye via nerve supply to lateral rectus muscle
CN VII Facial: facial expression, speech articulation, winking, ingestion of food and drink, taste, salivary and nasal secretions
CN VIII Acoustic (Vestibulocochlear): maintenance of equilibrium, hearing
CN IX Glossopharyngeal: elevates pharynx, salivary secretion, taste
CN X Vagus: parasympathetic, phonation, visceral sensations/reflexes, cardiac depressor, bronchoconstrictor, GI tract peristalsis and secretion
CN XI Accessory (spinal): deglutition and phonation, movements of head and shoulders (spinal part)
CN XII hypoglossal: movements of tongue
Created by: lhillard