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Cranial nerv.bio6 SC

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CN I Olfactory- sensory- sense of smell Origin: Cribriform plate
CN II Optic- sensory- vision Origin: Optic Canal
CN III Oculomotor- motor- controls extrinsic and intrinsic eye muscles Origin: Supraorbital Fissure
CN IV Trochlear- motor- superior oblique eye muscle Origin: Supraorbital Fissure
CN V Trigeminal- motor, and sensory of the face, 3 branches: ophthalmic, maxillary, and mandibular Origin: Supraorbital Fissure, foramen rotundum, foramen ovale
CN VI Abducens- motor- lateral rectus eye muscle Orgin: Supraorbital Fissure
CN VII Facial- motor and sensory nerves of face Origin: Internal Acoustic meatus, stylomastoid foramen
CN VIII Vestibulocochlear- sensory-hearing and equilibrium Origin: Internal Acoustic Meatus
CN IX Glossopharyngeal- sensory and motor- taste and swallowing Orgin: jugular foramen
CN X Vagus- sensory and motor-innervates heart, lungs, and abdominal organs Origin: jugular foramen
CN XI Accessory- motor-muscles of head and neck Origin: Jugular foramen
CN XII Hypoglossal- motor-muscles of the tongue Origin: Hypoglossal canal
Created by: holt.gracea