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40 Cards in this Set

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I
Olfactory
II
Optic
III
Oculomotor
IV
Trochlear
V
Trigeminal
VI
Abducens
VII
Facial
VIII
Vestibulocochlear (auditory)
IX
Glossopharyngeal
X
Vagus
XI
Accessory
XII
Hypoglossal
Olfactory
sensory
Optic
sensory
Oculomotor
Trochlear
Abducens
Accessory
Hypoglossal
mixed
mainly motor
Trigeminal
Facial
Glossopharyngeal
Vagus
mixed
Vestibulocochlear (auditory)
mixed
mainly sensory
Olfactory
(LOCATION)
Cerebrum
Optic
(LOCATION)
Cerebrum
Oculomotor
(LOCATION)
Midbrain
Trochlear
(LOCATION)
Midbrain
Trigeminal
(LOCATION)
Pons
Abducens
(LOCATION)
Pons
Facial
(LOCATION)
Pons
Vestibulocochlear
(LOCATION)
Pons and medulla
Glossopharyngeal
(LOCATION)
Medulla
Vagus
(LOCATION)
Medulla
Accessory
(LOCATION)
medulla
Hypoglossal
(LOCATION)
medulla
Olfactory
(FUNCTION)
smell
Optic
(FUNCTION)
vision
Oculomotor
(FUNCTION)
Proprioception
eye mover
movement of upper eyelid and eyeball
accomadation of lens for near vision and constriction of pupil
Trochlear and Abducens
(FUNCTION)
Proprioception
movement of eyeball
Trigeminal
(FUNCTION)
Chewing
Conveys impulses for touch, pain, and temp. sensations and proprioception.
Facial
(FUNCTION)
Proprioception
Taste
Facial expression
Secretion of saliva and tears
Vestibulocochlear
(FUNCTION)
conveys impulses related to equilibrium
adjusts sensitivity of hair cells
conveys impulses for hearing
Modifies function of hair cells by altering their response to sound waves.
Glossopharyngeal
(FUNCTION)
Taste and somatic sensations (touch, pain, and temp.)
proprioception in swallowing muscles
Elevates the pharynx during swallowing and speech
Stimulates secretion of saliva
Vagus
(FUNCTION)
Swallowing, coughing, and voice production
Taste and somatic sensations (touch, pain, temp. and proprioception)
contraction and relaxation of muscles in GI tract
slowing of heart rate
secretion of digestive fluids
Accessory
(FUNCTION)
Proprioception
swallowing
shoulder and head movements
Hypoglossal
(FUNCTION)
Proprioception
Movement of tongue during speech and swallowing