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Cranial nerves- General

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Overview

 

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ID

 

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CN Iolfactory
CN IIoptic
CN IIIoculomotor
CN IVtrochlear
CN Vtrigeminal
CN V1opthalmic
CN V2maxillary
CN V3mandibular
CN VI abducens
CN VIIfacial
CN VIIIvestibulocochlear
CN IXglossopharyngeal
CN Xvagus
CN XIaccessory
CN XIIhypoglossal
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Anatomy

Contents (sensory, motor, both?)

 

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Contents (sensory, motor, both?) of CN Isensory
Contents (sensory, motor, both?) of CN IIsensory
Contents (sensory, motor, both?) of CN IIImotor
Contents (sensory, motor, both?) of CN IVmotor
Contents (sensory, motor, both?) of CN Vboth
Contents (sensory, motor, both?) of CN V1sensory
Contents (sensory, motor, both?) of CN V2sensory
Contents (sensory, motor, both?) of CN V3both
Contents (sensory, motor, both?) of CN VI motor
Contents (sensory, motor, both?) of CN VIIboth
Contents (sensory, motor, both?) of CN VIIIsensory
Contents (sensory, motor, both?) of CN IXboth
Contents (sensory, motor, both?) of CN Xboth
Contents (sensory, motor, both?) of CN XImotor
Contents (sensory, motor, both?) of CN XIImotor
which CNs have special sensory component?I, II, VII, VIII, IX, X
which CNs have parasympathetic component?III, VII, IX, X
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Brain attachment

 

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Brain attachment of CN Iolfactory bulb
Brain attachment of CN IIoptic chiasma
Brain attachment of CN IIImidbrain
Brain attachment of CN IVmidbrain
Brain attachment of CN Vpons
Brain attachment of CN VI pons
Brain attachment of CN VIIpons
Brain attachment of CN VIIIpons
Brain attachment of CN IXmedulla
Brain attachment of CN Xmedulla
Brain attachment of CN XImedulla
Brain attachment of CN XIImedulla
which CNs attach to brain in midbrain?CN III, IV
which CNs attach to brain in pons?CNs V, VI, VII, VIII
which CNs attach to brain in medulla?CNs IX, X, XI, XII
which CNs attach to brain in olfactory bulb?I
which CNs attach to brain in optic chiasma?II
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Cell bodies located in

 

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CN I: cell bodies located innasal mucosa (olfactory epithelium)
CN II: cell bodies located inretina
CN III: cell bodies located inCNS (midbrain)
CN IV: cell bodies located inCNS (midbrain)
CN V: cell bodies located intrigeminal ganglion & CNS (pons)
CN VI: cell bodies located inCNS (pons)
CN VII: cell bodies located inCNS (pons) & geniculate ganglion
CN VIII: cell bodies located investibular ganglion (vestibular); spiral ganglion (auditory)
CN IX: cell bodies located inCNS (medulla) & superior and inferior ganglia of glossopharyneal
CN X: cell bodies located inCNS (medulla) & superior and inferior ganglia of vagus
CN XI: cell bodies located inCNS (medulla & SC)
CN XII: cell bodies located inCNS (medulla)
which CNs have cell bodies located in the medulla?IX, X, XI, XII
which CNs have cell bodies located in the midbrain?III, IV
which CNs have cell bodies located in the pons?V, VI, VII
which CNs have cell bodies located in the nasal mucosa?I
which CNs have cell bodies located in the retina?II
which CNs have cell bodies located in the trigeminal ganglion?V
which CNs have cell bodies located in the geniculate ganglion?VII
which CNs have cell bodies located in the vestibular ganglion?VIII
which CNs have cell bodies located in the spiral ganglion?VIII
which VNs have cell bodies located in the SC?XI
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Cranial exit

 

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Cranial exit of CN Icribriform plate
Cranial exit of CN IIoptic canal
Cranial exit of CN IIIsuperior orbital fissure
Cranial exit of CN IVsuperior orbital fissure
Cranial exit of CN VV1: superior orbital fissure; V2: foramen rotundum; V3: foramen ovale
Cranial exit of CN V1superior orbital fissure
Cranial exit of CN V2foramen rotundum
Cranial exit of CN V3foramen ovale
Cranial exit of CN VIsuperior orbital fissure
Cranial exit of CN VIIinternal acoustic meatus; stylomastoid foramen
Cranial exit of CN VIIIinternal acoustic meatus
Cranial exit of CN IXjugular foramen
Cranial exit of CN Xjugular foramen
Cranial exit of CN XIjugular foramen
Cranial exit of CN XIIhypoglossal canal
which nerve(s) enter/exit cranium through the superior orbital fissure?III, IV, V1, VI
which nerve(s) enter/exit cranium through the internal acoustic meatus?VII, VIII
which nerve(s) enter/exit cranium through the jugular foramen?IX, X, XI
which nerve(s) enter/exit cranium through the cribiform plate?I
which nerve(s) enter/exit cranium through the optic canal?II
which nerve(s) enter/exit cranium through the foramen rotundum?V2
which nerve(s) enter/exit cranium through the foramen ovale?V3
which nerve(s) enter/exit cranium through the stylomastoid foramen?VII
which nerve(s) enter/exit cranium through the hypoglossal canal?XII
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Specific functions

 

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Specific functions of CN Ismell
Specific functions of CN IIvision
Specific functions of CN IIIeye mvmts; ciliary mm.; sphincter pupillae
Specific functions of CN IVsuperior oblique m. (eye)
Specific functions of CN Vsensory to face, external auditory meatus (ear canal), middle ear; motor to muscles of mastication
Specific functions of CN VIlateral rectus m. (eye)
Specific functions of CN VIIsensory to auricle, taste; motor to mm. of expression; secretomotor (PSANS) to nasal mucosa, lacrimal and salivary glands
Specific functions of CN VIIIhearing and balance
Specific functions of CN IXsensory to pharynx, post. tongue, etc.; taste; motor to stylopharyngeus m.; secretomotor (PSANS) to parotid gland
Specific functions of CN Xsensory to auricle, visceral mucosa; taste; motor to larynx, pharynx, palate; secretomotor (PSANS) to viscera
Specific functions of CN XItrapezius & sternocleidomastoid mm.
Specific functions of CN XIItongue mvmts
which CNs have visual fx?II, III, IV, VI, VII (tears)
which CNs have olfactory fx?I, VII (nasal mucosa)
which CNs have masticatory fx?V, VII, IX, X, XII
which CNs have auditory fx?V, VIII, X
which CNs have phonatory fx?X
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