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Head&NeckCNerves

Cranial Nerves

QuestionAnswer
CN I Olfactory
CN II Optic
CN III Oculomotor
CN IV Trochlear
CN V Trigeminal
CN VI Abducens
CN VII Facial
CN VIII Vestibulocochlear
CN IX Glossopharyngeal
CN X Vagus
CN XI Accessory (Spinal)
CN XII Hypoglossal
CN I Sensory, Motor, or Both? Cranium Exit Point? Sensory; Cribriform Plate
CN II Sensory, Motor, or Both? Cranium Exit Point? Sensory; Optic Canal
CN III Sensory, Motor, or Both? Cranium Exit Point? motor; sup. orbital fissure
CN IV Sensory, Motor, or Both? Cranium Exit Point? motor; sup. orbital fissure
CN V Sensory, Motor, or Both? Cranium Exit Point? both; V1 sup. orbital fissure; V2 foramen rotundum; V3 foramen ovale
CN VI Sensory, Motor, or Both? Cranium Exit Point? motor; sup. orbital fissure
CN VII Sensory, Motor, or Both? Cranium Exit Point? both; stylomastoid foramen after endtering internal acoustic meatus
CN VIII Sensory, Motor, or Both? Cranium Exit Point? sensory; Internal acoustic meatus
CN IX Sensory, Motor, or Both? Cranium Exit Point? both; jugular foramen
CN X Sensory, Motor, or Both? Cranium Exit Point? both; jugular foramen
CN XI Sensory, Motor, or Both? Cranium Exit Point? motor; jugular foramen
CN XII Sensory, Motor, or Both? Cranium Exit Point? motor; hypoglossal canal
Created by: ClarkDH