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final-review 12

neuro 8 CN

QuestionAnswer
Cranial Nerve I – Olfactory Afferent (Sensory): Smell: nose
Cranial Nerve I – Olfactory Efferent (Motor): None
Cranial Nerve I – Olfactory Test: Identify familiar odors (e.g., chocolate, coffee)
Cranial Nerve II – Optic Afferent (Sensory): Sight: eye
Cranial Nerve II – Optic Efferent (Motor): None
Cranial Nerve II – Optic Test: Test visual fields
Cranial Nerve III – Oculomotor Afferent (Sensory): None
Cranial Nerve III – Oculomotor Efferent (Motor): Voluntary motor: levator of eyelid; superior, medial, and inferior recti; inferior oblique muscle of eyeball; Autonomic: smooth muscle of eyeball
Cranial Nerve III – Oculomotor Test: Upward, downward, and medial gaze; reaction to light
Cranial Nerve IV – Trochlear Afferent (Sensory): None
Cranial Nerve IV – Trochlear Efferent (Motor): Voluntary motor: superior oblique muscle of eyeball
Cranial Nerve IV – Trochlear Test: Downward and lateral gaze
Cranial Nerve V – Trigeminal Afferent (Sensory): Touch, pain: skin of face, mucous membranes of nose, sinuses, mouth, anterior tongue
Cranial Nerve V – Trigeminal Efferent (Motor): Voluntary motor: muscles of mastication
Cranial Nerve V – Trigeminal Test: Corneal reflex, face sensation, clench teeth; push down on chin to separate jaws
Cranial Nerve VI – Abducens Afferent (Sensory): None
Cranial Nerve VI – Abducens Efferent (Motor): Voluntary motor: Lateral rectus muscle of eyeball
Cranial Nerve VI – Abducens Test: Lateral gaze
Cranial Nerve VII – Facial Afferent (Sensory): Taste: anterior tongue
Cranial Nerve VII – Facial Efferent (Motor): Voluntary motor: facial muscles; Autonomic: lacrimal, submandibular, and sublingual glands
Cranial Nerve VII – Facial Test: Close eyes tight, smile and show teeth, whistle and puff cheeks, identify familiar tastes (e.g., sweet, sour)
Cranial Nerve VIII – Vestibulocochlear Afferent (Sensory): Hearing: ear; Balance: ear
Cranial Nerve VIII – Vestibulocochlear Efferent (Motor): None
Cranial Nerve VIII – Vestibulocochlear Test: Hear watch ticking, hearing tests, balance and coordination test
Nerve IX – Glossopharyngeal Afferent (Sensory): Touch, pain: posterior tongue, pharynx; Taste: posterior tongue
Nerve IX – Glossopharyngeal Efferent (Motor): Voluntary motor: unimportant muscle of pharynx; Autonomic: parotid gland
Nerve IX – Glossopharyngeal Test: Gag reflex, ability to swallow
Cranial Nerve V – Trigeminal Afferent (Sensory): Touch, pain: skin of face, mucous membranes of nose, sinuses, mouth, anterior tongue
Cranial Nerve V – Trigeminal Efferent (Motor): Voluntary motor: muscles of mastication
Cranial Nerve V – Trigeminal Test: Corneal reflex, face sensation, clench teeth; push down on chin to separate jaws
Cranial Nerve XI – Accessory Afferent (Sensory): None
Cranial Nerve XI – Accessory Efferent (Motor): Voluntary motor: sternocleidomastoid and trapezius muscle
Cranial Nerve XI – Accessory Test: Resisted shoulder shrug
Cranial Nerve XII – Hypoglossal Afferent (Sensory): None
Cranial Nerve XII – Hypoglossal Efferent (Motor): Voluntary motor: muscles of tongue
Cranial Nerve XII – Hypoglossal Test: Tongue protrusion (if injured, tongue deviates toward injured side)
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