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What is the name of CNI
Olfactory Nerve
What is the name of CNII
Optic Nerve
What is the name of CNIII
Oculomotor
What is the name of CNIV
Trochlear
What is the name of CNV
Trigeminal
What is the name of CNVI
Abducens
What is the name of CNVII
Facial
What is the name of CNVIII
Vestibulocochlear
What is the name of CNIX
Glossopharyngeal
What is the name of CNX
Vagus
What is the name of CNXI
Spinal Accessory
What is the name of CNXII
Hypoglossal
What is the location of CNI
Cerebrum
What is the location of CNII
Cerebrum
What is the location of CNIII
Midbrain
What is the location of CNIV
Midbrain
What is the location of CNV
Pons
What is the location of CNVI
Pons
What is the location of CNVII
Pons
What is the location of CNVIII
Medulla
What is the location of CNIX
Medulla
What is the location of CNX
Medulla
What is the location of CNXI
Medulla
What is the location of CNXII
Medulla
What is the function of CNI
Sensory - Smell
What is the function of CNII
Sensory - Eye input/vision
What is the function of CNIII
Motor - Eye movement, constricts pupil and accommodates lens.
What is the function of CNIV
Motor - Eye movement
What is the function of CNV
Motor - Chewing action
Sensory - Sensation for face
What is the function of CNVI
Motor - Eye movement
What is the function of CNVII
Motor - Facial muscles/expression, tearing and salivation
Sensory - Taste
What is the function of CNVIII
Sensory - Heaing, equilibrium
What is the function of CNIX
Motor - Swallowing, salivation
Sensory - Taste, monitors blood pressure at carotid sinus
What is the function of CNX
Motor - Swallowing, lifts palate
Sensory - Taste, inut from thoraco-abdominal viscera
What is the function of CNXI
Motor - Turns head, lifts shoulders
What is the function of CNXII
Motor - Moves tongue
What cranial nerves contain autonomic functions?
CNIII, CNVII, CNIX, CNX
What is the autonomic function of CNIII?
Constricting pupil, accommodation of lens.
What is the autonomic function of CNVII
Salivation, lacrimation.
What is the autonomic function of CNIX
Salivation
What is the autonomic function of CNX
control of the viscera