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Olfactory
CN 1
Type: Special Sensory

Origin: olfactory mucosa, pass through cribiform plate

Non mylenated & surrounded by meninges
Optic
CN 2
Type: Special Sensory

Forebrain
Oculomotor
CN 3
Motor with Parasympathetic fibers

Midbrain through superior orbital fissure
Trochlear Nerve
CN 4
Type: Motor

Midbrain

Smallest cranial nerve
Trigeminal Nerve
CN 5
Type: Both

Pons

Opthalmic
Maxillary
Mandibular
Opthalmic
CN 5 (1)
Frontal-
SENSORY ONLY

Supratrochlear, Supraorbital

Lacrimal

Nasociliary
Maxillary
CN 5 (2)
SENSORY ONLY

Meningeal

Zygomatic-
Zygomatic Temporal & Zygomatic Facial

Superior Alveolar

Nasal

Pterygoplatine ganglion
Mandibular
CN 5 (3)
MIXED

Sensory:
Meningeal
Buccal
Auriculotemporal
Lingual
Inferior Alveolar

Motor:
Temporalis
Masseter
Lateral & Medial Pterygoid
Tensor Veli Palatine
Tensor Tympani
Innervation of the Tongue- Anterior 2/3
General Sensation- Trigeminal (Lingual branch of CV3)

Taste- CN 7: Chorda tympani m
Innervation of the Tongue- Posterior 1/3
General Sensation- Glossopharyngeal CN 9
Abducent Nerve
CN 6
Type: Motor

Leaves btwn pons and medulla; leaves through the superior orbital fissure.
Facial Nerve
CN 7
Type: Both

From lower part of pons and enters internal acoustic meatus
5 Terminal Branches of Facial Nerve

GNNP-TZBMC
Greater Petrossal
Nerve to Stapedius
Nerve to Sylohyoid
Posterior Auricular
Temporal
Zygomatic
Buccal
Marginal Mandibular
Cervical
Vestibulochochlear
CN 8
Type: Special Sensory

Btwns pons & medulla through internal acoustic meatus

Vestibular: Vestibular apparatus- equilibrium

Cochlear: Organ of corti- hearing
Glossopharyngeal
CN 9
Type: Both

Medulla oblongata leaves skull through jugular foramen- Carotid Sheath
Branches of CN 9

TCP-TLS
Tympanic
Carotid
Pharyngeal
Tonsilar
Lingual
Stylopharyngeal
Vagus
CN 10
Type: Both

Medulla oblongata through jugular foramen
Branches of CN 10

MAP-CPRS
Meningeal
Auricular
Pharyngeal
Carotid
Superior Laryngeal
Recurrent Laryngeal
Parasympathetic
Accessory
CN 11

Carried by CN 10
Type: Motor

Arises from Medulla and Cervical part of spinal cord. Exits through jugular foramen.

Spinal Root- from cervical
Cranial Root- from medulla (skeletal of pharynx & palate)
Hypoglossal
CN 12
Type: Both

Medulla and leaves through hypoglossal canal.