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what type of nerves are UNIQUE to cranial nerves?
Special Sensory (smell, vision, taste, hearing and balance).
Somatic Sensory Nerves
Information regarding body position (proprioreception), pain, temperature, vibration and touch from somatic structures (skin, body wall)
Somatic Visceral Nerves
Information regarding sensations (except pain) from the viscera (organs, glands) in the thoracic, abdominal and pelvic cavities
Visceral Motor (Autonomic)
Innervation of cardiac muscle, smotth muscle, and glands
Branchial Motor
Innervation to muscles derived from branchial arches (muscles of mastification, facial expression, pharynx and larynx)
Somatic Motor
Innervation of the skeletal muscles derived from myotomes (includes tongue and extraocular muscles)
3 branches of OPTHALMIC NERVE
Nasociliary
Lacrimal
Frontal
Branches of the FRONTAL NERVE
Supratrochlear
Supraorbital
Nerve to frontal sinus
Branches of the NASOCILIARY NERVE
Anterior Ethmoidal
Posterior Ethmoidal
Internal Nasal
External Nasal
Infratrochlear
Meningeal
Long cilary
Short cilary
Lacrimal Nerve's invovlement in ANS
postganglionic parasympathetic fibers to the pterygopalatine gangion to the lacrimal gland
Branches of the Maxilary (V2)
Infraorbital
Zygomatic
Palatine
Meningeal
Branches of INFRAORBITAL NERVE
Anterior superior alveolar
Muddle superior alveolar
posterior superior alveolar
Branches of the Zygomatic Nerve
Zygomaticofacial
Zygomaticotemporal
Branches of the Palatine Nerve
Greater Palatine
Lesser Palatine
what does the meningeal nerve innervate?
dura mater
Maxillary (V2) function in ANS of head
zygomaticotemporal carries postgangionic fibers from pterygopalantine gangla to lacrimal gland

Palatine nerves carry taste fibers that pas through pterygopalatine ganglia and travel with nerve of pterygoid canal and gerater petrolsal nerve to goin with facial nere for taste fibers
3 branches of OPTHALMIC NERVE
Nasociliary
Lacrimal
Frontal
Branches of the FRONTAL NERVE
Supratrochlear
Supraorbital
Nerve to frontal sinus
Branches of the NASOCILIARY NERVE
Anterior Ethmoidal
Posterior Ethmoidal
Internal Nasal
External Nasal
Infratrochlear
Meningeal
Long cilary
Short cilary
Lacrimal Nerve's invovlement in ANS
postganglionic parasympathetic fibers to the pterygopalatine gangion to the lacrimal gland
Branches of the Maxilary (V2)
Infraorbital
Zygomatic
Palatine
Meningeal
Branches of INFRAORBITAL NERVE
Anterior superior alveolar
Muddle superior alveolar
posterior superior alveolar
Branches of the Zygomatic Nerve
Zygomaticofacial
Zygomaticotemporal
Branches of the Palatine Nerve
Greater Palatine
Lesser Palatine
what does the meningeal nerve innervate?
dura mater
Maxillary (V2) function in ANS of head
zygomaticotemporal carries postgangionic fibers from pterygopalantine gangla to lacrimal gland

Palatine nerves carry taste fibers that pas through pterygopalatine ganglia and travel with nerve of pterygoid canal and gerater petrolsal nerve to goin with facial nere for taste fibers
3 branches of OPTHALMIC NERVE
Nasociliary
Lacrimal
Frontal
Branches of the FRONTAL NERVE
Supratrochlear
Supraorbital
Nerve to frontal sinus
Branches of the NASOCILIARY NERVE
Anterior Ethmoidal
Posterior Ethmoidal
Internal Nasal
External Nasal
Infratrochlear
Meningeal
Long cilary
Short cilary
Lacrimal Nerve's invovlement in ANS
postganglionic parasympathetic fibers to the pterygopalatine gangion to the lacrimal gland
Branches of the Maxilary (V2)
Infraorbital
Zygomatic
Palatine
Meningeal
Branches of INFRAORBITAL NERVE
Anterior superior alveolar
Muddle superior alveolar
posterior superior alveolar
Branches of the Zygomatic Nerve
Zygomaticofacial
Zygomaticotemporal
Branches of the Palatine Nerve
Greater Palatine
Lesser Palatine
what does the meningeal nerve innervate?
dura mater
Maxillary (V2) function in ANS of head
zygomaticotemporal carries postgangionic fibers from pterygopalantine gangla to lacrimal gland

Palatine nerves carry taste fibers that pas through pterygopalatine ganglia and travel with nerve of pterygoid canal and gerater petrolsal nerve to goin with facial nere for taste fibers