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I. olfactory
connects to cerebrun
strictly sensory
sensory information comes from the olfactory epithelium and carries sense of smell
Optic
striclty sensory
connects to diencephalon
info comes from retina (vision)
Oculomotor
controls eye tracking
connects to midbrain
controls inferior oblique, medial rectus, inferior rectus, and superior rectus
also receives propioception from the muscles
Trochlear
controls eyetracking
connects to midbrain
controls superior oblique
receieves propioception
Trigiminal
connets to pons
carries sensory info from skin of face and scalp, nasal and oral mucosa and teeth
controls chewing muscles
Abducens
controls eye tracking
connected to pons
controls lateral rectus and receives propioception
facial
connects to pons
carries taste (1 of 3 nerves)
recieves info from anterior 2/3 of tounge
contros facial muscles , lacrimal glands, submandibular and sublingual salivary glands
Vestibulocochlear
strictly sensory
connets to pons
receives info from cochlea (hearing) and vestibular apparatus (propioception)
Glossopharyngeal
connected to medulla
recieves innfo from posterior 1/3 of tounge, and carotid sinus
controls tounge, pharynx, and parotid salivary glands.
vagus
connected to medulla
receives info fom pharynx (some taste too)
controls pharynx larynx and 80% of parasympathetic motor output
Accessory
connected to medulla and c1-c4
control trapeiusx and sternocleidomastoid
and receives propioception
Hypoglossal
connected to medulla and c1-c3
controls intrinsic and extrinsic tongue muscles and receives propioception