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cranial nerves

QuestionAnswer
CN I olfactory
where does CN I exit? cribriform plate
CN II optic
where does CN II exit? optic foramen
what can a pituitary tumor affect? vision - it sits on top of optic chiasm
CN III oculomotor
where does CN III exit? superior orbital fissure
muscles of CN III extra ocular eye muscles - not included are lateral rectus & superior oblique
what muscle is responsible of eyelid movement levator palpeerde superioris
preganglionic nucleus of CN III edinger westphall
where do preganglionics of CN III synapse ciliary ganglion
what nerve does CN III travel with nasociliary - V1
where doe parasympathetics of CN III innervate lens & pupil
CN IV trochlear
where does CN IV exit? superior orbital fissure
CN V1 ophthalmic
where does CN V1 exit? superior orbital fissure
branches of V1 nasociliary frontal lacrimal
V2 maxillary
where does CN V2 exit? foramen rotundum
where is CN V2 found? pterygopalatine fossa
branches of V2 greater palatine lesser palatine superior alveolar zygomatic infraorbital nasopalatine
V3 mandibular
where does CN V3 exit? foramen ovale
where is V3 found? infra temporal fossa
branches of V3 lingual inferior alveolar auricoltemporal
what nerve innervates muscles of mastication V3
VI abducens
where does CN VI exit? superior orbital fissure
VII facial
where does CN VII exit? internal acoustic meatus
branches of VII facial nerve proper chorda tympani greater petrosal
branches of facial nerve proper temporal zygomatic buccal mandibular cervical
what nerve of chorda tympani travel with V3
where does chorda tympani synapse submandibular ganglion
what nerve does greater petrosal travel with V2 and jumps to V1
where does greater petrosal synapse pterygopalatine ganglion
VIII vestibulocochlear
where does CN VIII exit? internal acoustic meatus
IX glossopharyngeal
where does CN IX exit? jugular foramen
preganglionic nucleus of IX inferior salivatory
where does IX synapse otic ganglion
what does IX travel with auriculotemporal - V3
where does IX innervate parotid gland
X vagus
where does CN X exit? jugular foramen
XI accessory
where does CN XI exit? jugular foramen
XII hypoglossal
where does CN XII exit? hypoglossal canal
purely afferent CN's I, II, VIII
purely efferent CN's IV, VI, XI, XII
CN's that cary parasympathetics III, VII, IX
CN's that innervate the tongue XII, X, IX, V, VII
parasympathetic ganglia ciliary pteryogpalatine submandibular otic
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