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Cranial Nerves

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I. Olfactory, S superior to optic chiasma, underside of frontal lobe; carry special visceral afferent impulses for sense of smell
II. Optic, S extends out of optic chiasma; carry special somatic afferent impulses for vision
III. Oculomotor, M origninates in midbrain, near its junction w/pons; moves the eye muscles (infer/sup oblique, medial radialis)
IV. Trochlear, M brainstem (cerebral peduncles) moves sup. oblique musc.
V. Trigeminal, B lat. side of pons, facial muscles, skin on face
VI. Abducens, M caudal part of pons, lat. Rectus musc.
VII. Facial, B rost of medulla, inf. To CNVIII; Sk musc. Of face, facial express., most of tongue
VIII. Vestibulochoclear, S rost. End of medulla, sends info about balance
IX. Glossopharyngeal, B lat. Part of medulla; pharyngeal musc., tongue
X. Vagus, B lat. Part of medulla, below CNIX; thoracic abdominal cavities, pharnnyx
XI. Accessory, M Cerv. Portion of Spinal Cord; neck and back
XII. Hypoglossal, M on medulla, med. to CNX; instrinsic/extrinsic tongue musc., salivary glands
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