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Cranial nerve #1
Name and component.
Olfactory

Sensory
Cranial nerve #2
Name and component.
Optic

Sensory
Cranial nerve #3
Name and component.
Oculomotor

Motor
Cranial nerve #4
Name and component.
Trochlear

Motor
Cranial nerve #5
Name and component.
Trigeminal

Both
Cranial nerve #6
Name and component.
Abducens

Motor
Cranial nerve #7
Name and component.
Facial

Both
Cranial nerve #8
Name and component.
Vestibulocochlear

Sensory
Cranial nerve #9
Name and component.
Glossopharyngeal

Both
Cranial nerve #10
Name and component.
Vagus

Both
Cranial nerve #11
Name and component.
Spinal Accessory

Motor
Cranial nerve #12
Name and component.
Hypoglossal

Motor
Which cranial nerves are the GVE parasympathetics?
3, 7, 9, 10
Which cranial nerves are Bronchial/Gill arches?
5, 7, 9, 10
Spinal nerves contain what nerve components?
GSA
GSE
GVA
GVE
Cranial nerves with GSA components.
5, 7, 9, 10
Cranial nerves with GVA components.
7, 9, 10
Cranial nerves with GSE components.
3, 4, 6, 11, 12
Cranial nerves with GVE components (parasympathetics).
3, 7, 9, 10
Cranial nerves with SSA components.
2, 8
Cranial nerves with SVA components.
1, 7, 9, 10
Cranial nerves with SVE components (Brachial Efferents)
5, 7, 9, 10
Sensory Cranial nerves usually contain what type of neurons?
Unipolar or Bipolar neurons
Motor Cranial nerves usually contain what type of neurons?
Multipolar neurons
What are the components of Sensory Cranial Nerves?
GSA
GVA
SSA
SVA
What are the components of Motor Cranial Nerves?
GSE
GVE
SVE
Ol Factory nerve - Where on the brain is it located and where does it come from?
Located on Forebrain

Comes from Cerebrum
Optic Nerve - Where on the brain is it located and where does it come from?
Located on Forebrain

Comes from thalamus
Components of Olfactory nerve.
SVA
Components of optic nerve.
SSA
What type of nerve is the optic nerve?
Not really a nerve, but rather an extension of the brain (CNS tract)
The Occulomotor nerve (CN III) is located where?
Midbrain
The Trochlear nerve (CN IV) is located where?
Midbrain
The Abducens nerve (CN VI) is located where?
Pons
What are the CN's that innervate all the external eye muscles (state name and number)?
III - Oculomotor nerve
IV - Trochlear
VI - Abducens
What are the components of the Oculomotor nerve (CN III)?
GVE
GSE
What does the GVE component of the Oculomotor nerve (CN III) innervate?
All the intrinsic muscles of the eye.
What does the GSE component of the the Oculomotor nerve (CN III) innervate?
Most of the extrinsic eye muscles, but specifically Levator Palpebrae Superioris.
What are the components of the Trochlear nerve (CN IV)?
GSE
What muscle does the Trochlear nerve (CN IV) innervate?
Superior Oblique
What are the components of the Abducens nerve (CN VI)?
GSE
What muscle does the Abducens nerve (CN VI) innervate?
Lateral Rectus
The Vestibulocochlear nerve is responsible for what physiological function?
Maintains balance/equilibrium and hearing
The Hypoglossal nerve (CN XII) innervates what muscle?
All tongue muscles except for the palataglossus, which is innervated by the Vagus.
What are the components of the Vestibulocochlear nerve (CN VIII)?
SSA
What are the components of the Hypoglossal nerve (CN XII)?
GSE
What are the components of the Spinal Accessory Nerve (CN XI)?
GSE
What muscle does the Spinal Accessory Nerve (CN XI) innervate?
Sternocleidomastoid

and

Trapezius
What are the MAJOR innervations of the Auricle of ear? Give name and nerve origin
Auriculotemporal nerve (From CN V)

Great Auricular nerve (From C2)

Lesser Occipital Nerve (From C2,3)
What are the MINOR innervations of the Auricle of ear?
CN VII
CN IX
CN X
What cranial nerves innervate the external auditory canal and the tympanic membrane?
CN V
CN VII
CN IX
CN X
Which CN's have sensory ganglia?
5, 7, 8, 9, 10
Which CN's have parasympathetic ganglia?
3, 7, 9, 10