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What is the name, type, route and ending location of Cranial Nerve I?
Name: Olfactory.
Type: Sensory (special sense)
Route: Cribiform Plate of ethmoid
location: down into superior nasal concha

SVA (SSA?)
What is the name, type, route and location of Cranial Nerve II?
Name: Optic
Type: Sensory (special sensory)
Route: Optic canal (w/opthalmic artery)
location: in the sphenoid bone between the body and the two roots of the lesser wing

SSA
What is the name, type, route and location of Cranial Nerve III?
what does it supply?
Name: Oculomotor
Type: Motor &(Parasympathetic to ciliary ganglion that goes to pupil) (GVE)
Route: Superior Orbital Fissure, between the lesser and greater wings
location: crosses on top of optic tract before (optic nerve chiasma)
supplies: 5 muscles (GSE)
-levator palpebrae
-superior rectus
-medial rectus
-inferior rectus
-inferior oblique

GSE,GVE,GSA
What is the name, type, route, location of Cranial Nerve IV?

what does it supply?
Name: Trochlear
Type: Motor
Route: Superior Orbital Fissure
location: from posterior side of brainstem then runs right by V
supplies: superior oblique muscle

GSE,GSA
is the name, type and route of Cranial Nerve V?
Trigeminal
Type: Mixed (sensory & motor)
Route: Superior Orbital Fissure (V1), Foramen Rotundum (V2), Foramen Ovale (V3)

GSA
SVE(this is the motor part)
What is the name, type, route and location of Cranial Nerve VI?
Name: Abducens
Type: Motor (lateral rectus muscle)
Route: Superior Orbital Fissure
location: runs right over the pons

GSE,GSA
What is the name, type, route and location of Cranial Nerve VII?
Name: Facial
Type: Mixed (special sensory, sensory, motor and parasympathetic)
Route: Internal Auditory Meatus
location: anterior to VIII,top lateral portion of medulla

SVE,GVE,SVA,GSA
What is the name, type, route and location of Cranial Nerve VIII?
Name: Vestibulomotor/Vestibulocochlear
Type: Sensory (special sense for hearing and balance)
Route: Internal Auditory Meatus
location: runs with facial nerve
-really two parts to this nerve vestibular(balance) and cochlear (hearing)

SSA
What is the name, type, route and location of Cranial Nerve IX?
Name: Glossopharyngeal
Type: Mixed (special sensory, sensory, motor and parasympathetic)
Route: Jugular foramen
location: medulla just inferior of VII and VIII

SVE,GVE,SVA,GSA,GVA
Name specifics of IX nerve
special sensory,
sensory,
motor and
parasympathetic
-taste to posterior 1/3 SVA
-sensory to 1/2 of pharyngeal wall GSA
-motor to stylopharyngeus muscle SVE
-parasympathetic supplies secretory fibers through otic ganglion to parotid gland GVE
-GVA from carotid bodies
what is the name, type, route and location of Cranial Nerve X
XName: Vagus
Type: Mixed (special sensory, sensory, motor, and parasympathetic)
Route: Jugular foramen
location: arises as a group of rootlets on the anterolateral surface of the medulla oblongata just inferior to the rootlets arising to form the glossopharyngeal nerve [IX]

SVE,GVE,SVA,GSA,GVA
What is the name, type, route and location of Cranial Nerve XI?
Name: Accessory
Type: motor (the sternocleidomastoid and trapezius muscles)
Route: enters at foramen magnum and exits at Jugular foramen (enters to exit)
location: its roots arise from motor neurons in the upper five segments of the cervical spinal cord

SVE,GSE,GSA
What is the name, type, route and location of Cranial Nerve XII?
Name: Hypoglossal
Type: Motor
Route: Hypoglossal canal
location: arises as several rootlets from the anterior surface of the medulla (medial to 7-10)

GSE,GSA
specifics of X
special sensory,
sensory,
motor, and
parasympathetic
-special sensory, taste buds at epiglottis
-sensory, outer surface of eardrum, external aucoustic meatus, back of auricle
-motor, to larynx, pharynx, and palate
-parasympathetic, motor innervation of minor slaivary glands, GI, heart etc...
mnemonic for cranial nerves
On Occasion Our Trusty Truck Acts Funny. Very Good Vehicle Any How.
mnemonic to remember the types of information cranial nerves carry (sensory, motor, or both)
Some Say Marry Money, But My Brother Says Big Butts Matter More
four nerves that are parasympathetic
III, VII, IX, X
these are GVE
three cranical nerves that carry special sense only
I, II, VIII
three cranial nerves that carry all four types of nerves
VII, IX, X
which component corresponds to parasympathetic innervation
GVE
-they cause secretion
which component corresponds to proprioception
GSA (general somatic afferent)
3,4,5,6,7,9,10,11,12
-everything not special(1,2,8)
-associated with somatic and cranial nerves that are sensory. Touch, pressure, temp, pain, proprioception
if a nerve has a GSE component it will have what other component?
GSA (general somatic afferent)
-except 9 and 10 they have GSA but NO GSE