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On Old Olympus Towering Top (Over Many Moons) A Fine Victorian Gentleman Viewed A Hawk
I) Olfactory Nerve
II) Optic Nerve
III) Oculomotor Nerve
IV) Trochlear Nerve
V) Trigeminal Nerve
Va) Opthalmic Nerve
Vb) Maxillary Nerve
Vc) Mandibular Nerve
VI) Abducens Nerve
VII) Facial Nerve
VIII) Vestibulocochlear Nerve
IX) Glossopharyngeal Nerve
X) Vagus Nerve
XI) Accessory Nerve
XII) Hypoglossal Nerve
nerve mnemonic
olfactory nerve
(transmitting foramen)
cribriform foramina of the ethmoid bone
optic nerve
(transmitting foramen)
optic canal of sphenoid bone
oculomotor nerve
(transmitting foramen)
superior orbital fissure
trochlear nerve
(transmitting foramen)
superior orbital fissure
trigeminal nerve
(transmitting foramen)
superior orbital fissure
trigeminal nerve: opthamlmic nerve
(transmitting foramen)
superior orbital fissure
trigeminal nerve: maxillary nerve
(transmitting foramen)
foramen rotundrum of sphenoid bone
trigeminal nerve: mandibular nerve
(transmitting foramen)
foramen ovale of sphenoid bone
abducens nerve
(transmitting foramen)
superior orbital fissure
facial nerve
(transmitting foramen)
internal acoustic meatus of temporal bone and stylomastoid foramen of temporal bone
vestibulocochlear nerve
(transmitting foramen)
internal acoustic meatus of temporal bone
glossopharyngeal nerve
(transmitting foramen)
jugular foramen
vagus nerve
(transmitting foramen)
jugular foramen
accessory nerve
(transmitting foramen)
jugular foramen
hypoglossal nerve
(transmitting foramen)
hypoglossal canal of occipital bone
olfactory nerve
(function)
(va) sense of smell
optic nerve
(function)
(sa)vision
oculomotor nerve
(function)
(se)motor to support medial and inferior rectus muscles, inferior oblique muscle and levator palpebrae superioris muscle of the eye.

(ve)motor to ciliary muslcle of eye and pupillary sphincter muscle of the iris.
trochlear nerve
(function)
(se)motor to superior oblique muscle of the eye.
trigeminal nerve: opthalmic nerve
(function)
(sa)sensory to and around the eye.
trigeminal nerve: maxillary nerve
(function)
(sa)sensory to upper lip and surrounding skin, upper teeth and gums and palate.
trigeminal nerve: mandibular nerve
(function)
(sa)sensory to lower lip and surrounding skin, lower teeth and gums, tongue and floor of oral cavity.

(se)motor to muscles of mastication.
abducens nerve
(function)
(sa)motor to lateral rectus muscle of the eye.
facial nerve
(function)
(va)taste sensation (gustation) from anterior two thirds of tongue.

(ve)motor to lacrimal, sublingual and submandibular glands\n\n(se)motor to facial expression muscles and the stapedius muscle.
facial nerve
(function)
(va)taste sensation (gustation) from anterior two thirds of tongue.

(ve)motor to lacrimal, sublingual and submandibular glands\n\n(se)motor to facial expression muscles and the stapedius muscle.
vestibulocochlear muscle
(function)
(sa)sensory from cochlear part of internal ear (audition) and vestibular part of internal ear (balance and body position).
glossopharyngeal nerve
(function)
(va)taste sensation (gustation) from posterior third of tongue, general sensation from back of tongue and pharyngeal region.

(ve)motor to parotid gland (salvation).

(sa)sensory from small cutaneous area behind the ear.

(se)motor ro some skeletal muscles of the pharynx.
vagus nerve
(function)
(va)sensory from respiratory and digestive systems and a few taste fibers from tongue.

(ve)motor to heart, smooth muscle and glands fo respiratory and digestive system.

(sa)sensory from skin in back of ear and posterior wall of external acoustic meatus.

(se)motor to muscles of larynx and pharynx.
accessory nerve
(function)
(se)motor to trapezius and part of sternocleidomastoid muscles.
hypoglossal nerve
(function)
(se)motor to muscles of tongue and infrahyoid muscles.
olfactory nerve
(neuron type and location)
(va:bp)nasal mucosa
optic nerve
(neuron type and location)
(sa:bp)retina
oculomotor nerve
(neuron type and location)
(ve:mp)accessory oculomoter nucleus within mesencephalon (preganglionics) and withing ciliary ganglion (post-ganglionics).

(se:mp)nucleus of oculomotor nerve in mesencephalon.
trochlear nerve
(neuron type and location)
(se:mp)motor nucleus of trochlear nerve within mesencephalon.
trigeminal nerve: opthalmic nerve
(neuron type and location)
(sa:pp)trigeminal ganglion of trigeminal nerve.
trigeminal nerve: maxillary nerve
(neuron type and location)
(sa:pp)trigeminal ganglion of the trigeminal nerve.
trigeminal nerve:mandibular nerve
(neuron type and location)
(sa:pp)trigeminal ganglion of the trigeminal nerve.

(se:mp)motor nucleus of trigeminal nerve within the pons.
abducens nerve
(neuron type and location)
(se:mp)nucleus of the abducens nerve within the pons.
facial nerve
(neuron type and location)
(va:pp)geniculate ganglion of the facial nerve.

(ve:mp)nucleus saivarius superior within pons (pre-ganglionic) and pterygopalatine, submandibular and sublingual ganglia (post-ganglionic).

(se:mp)nucleus of the facial nerve within the pons.
vestibulocochlear nerve
(neuron type and location)
(sa:bp)cochlear ganglion (audition) and vestibular ganglion (body balance and position).
glossopharyngeal nerve
(neuron type and location)
(va:pp)inferior ganglion of glossopharyngeal nerve.

(ve:mp)nucleus salivarius inferior within medulla (pre-ganglionics) and in otic ganglion (post-ganglionics).

(sa:pp)superior ganglion of glossopharyngeal nerve.

(se:mp)nucleus ambiguus within the medulla oblongata.
vagus nerve
(neuron type and location)
(va:pp)inferior ganglion of vagus nerve\n\n(ve:mp)dorsal nucleus of vagus nerve within medulla (pre-ganglionics) and in many ganglia throughout abdomen and thorax (post-ganglionics).

(sa:pp)superior ganglion of vagus nerve.

(se:mp)nucleus amgibuus within medulla oblongata.
accessory nerve
(neuron type and location)
(se:mp)c1-c5 segments of spinal chord (spinal part) and within the nucleus ambiguus of the medulla.
hypoglossal nerve
(neuron type and location)
(se:mp)nucleus of hypoglossal nerve within the medulla.