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Nerve - CN I
Olfactory Nerve
Olfactory Nerve
Nerve: CN I
Functional Category: Special somatic sensory
Function: Olfaction (smell)
Nerve - CN II
Optic Nerve
Optic Nerve
Nerve: CN II
Functional Category: Special somatic sensory
Function: Vision
Nerve - CN III
Oculomotor Nerve
Oculomotor Nerve - Somatic Motor Function
Nerve: CN III
Functional Category: Somatic Motor
Function-Somatic Motor: Levator paipetirae; eye movements
Oculomotor Nerve - Parasympathetic
Nerve: CN III
Functional Category: Parasympathetic
Function-Parasympathetic: parasympathetics to pupil constrictor and ciliary muscles for near vision
Nerve - CN IV
Trochlear nerve
Trochlear nerve
Nerve: CN IV
Functional Category: Somatic motor
Function: Superior oblique muscles cause depression and infosion of the eye; eye movements
Nerve - CN V
Trigeminal Nerve
Trigeminal Nerve - General Somatic Sensory Function
Nerve: CN V
Functional Category: General somatic sensory
Function: Sensations of touch pain, temperature, joint position, and vibration for the face, mouth, anterior two-thirds of tongue, nasal sinuses and meninges
Trigeminal Nerve - Branchial Motor Function
Nerve: CN V
Functional Category: Branchial Motor
Function: muscles of mastication (jaw muscles, chewing) and tensor tympani muscle
Nerve - CN VI
Abducens Nerve
Abducens Nerve
Nerve: CN VI
Functional Category: Somatic motor
Function: Internal rectus muscle causes abduction of the eye; eye movements
Nerve - CN VII
Facial Nerve
Facial Nerve - Branchial Motor Function
Nerve: CN VII
Branchial Motor Functions: muscles of facial expression, stapedius muscle, and part of diagastric muscle
Facial Nerve - Parasympathetic Function
Nerve: CN VII
Para sympathetic Functions: parasympathetics to lacrimal glands (tears), and to submaxilary, submandibular, and all other salivary glands except parotid (salivation)
Facial Nerve - Visceral Sensory (special) Function
Nerve: CN VII
Visceral Sensory Functions: Taste from anterior two-thirds of tongue
Facial Nerve - General somatic sensory Function
Nerve: CN VII
General somatic sensory Functions: sensation from a small region near the external auditory meatus
Facial Nerve - 4 functions
Branchial Motor
Parasympathetic
Viscernal Sensory (special)
General Somatic Sensory
Nerve - CN VIII
Vestibulocochlear Nerve
Vestibulocochlear Nerve
Nerve: CN VIII
Function category: special somatic sensory
Functions: hearing and vestibular sensation, equilibrium (balance)
Nerve - CN IX
Glossopharyngeal Nerve
Glossopharyngeal Nerve - Branchial Motor Function
Nerve: CN IX
Branchial Motor Functions: Stylopharyngeus muscle
Glossopharyngeal Nerve - Parasympathetic Function
Nerve: CN IX
Parasympathetic Functions: parasympathetics to parotid gland
Glossopharyngeal Nerve - General Somatic Sensory Function
Nerve: CN IX
General Somatic Sensory Functions: sensation from middle ear, region near the external auditory meatus, pharnyx, and posterior one-third of tongue
Glossopharyngeal Nerve - Viscernal sensory (special) Function
Nerve: CN IX
Viscernal sensory (special) Functions: taste from posterior one-third of tongue
Glossopharyngeal Nerve - Viscernal sensory (general) Function
Nerve: CN IX
Viscernal sensory (general) Functions: chemo- and baroreceptors of carotid body
Glossopharyngeal Nerve - 5 functions
brainchial motor
parasympathetic
general somatic sensory
viscernal sensory (special)
viscernal sensory (general)
Nerve - CN X
Vagus nerve
Vagus Nerve - 5 Functions
Branchial Motor
Parasympathetic
General Somatic Sensory
Viscernal Sensory (special)
Viscernal Sensory (general)
Vagus Nerve - Branchial Motor Functions
Nerve: CN X
Branchial Motor Functions: pharyngeal muscles (swallowing) and laryngeal muscles (voice box)
Vagus Nerve - Parasympathetic Functions
Nerve: CN X
Parasympathetic Functions: parasympathetics to heart, lungs, and digestive tract (inner organs) down to the splenic flexure
Vagus Nerve - General Somatic Sensory Functions
Nerve: CN X
General Somatic Sensory Functions: sensation from pharnyx, meninges, and a small region near the external auditory meatus
Vagus Nerve - Viscernal Sensory (special) Functions
Nerve: CN X
Viscernal Sensory (special)Functions: taste from epiglottis and pharnyx
Vagus Nerve - Viscernal Sensory (general) Functions
Nerve: CN X
Viscernal Sensory (general)Functions: chemo- and baroreceptors of the aortic arch
Nerve - CN XI
Spinal Accesory Nerve
Spinal Accesory Nerve
Nerve: CN XI
Functional category: Branchial Motor
Functions: sternomastiod and upper part of trapezius muscle, neck muscles (head turning)
Nerve - CN XII
Hypoglossal nerve
Hypoglossal nerve
Nerve: CN XII
Functional category: Somatic motor
Functions: intrinsic muscles of the tongue, tongue movements
Olfactory Nerve
Olfaction
Optic nerve
Vision
Oculomotor Nerve
eve movements; pupil restriction
Trochlear Nerve
Eye Movements
Trigeminal Nerve
Facial sensation; muscles of mastication (jaw muscles, chewing)
Abducens Nerve
Eye movements
Facial Nerve
Muscles of facial expression; taste; lacrimation (tears), salivation
Vestibulocochlear Nerve
Hearing, equilibrium sense
Glossopharyneal Nerve
Pharyngeal muscles (muscles of throat and larnyx); carotid body reflexes; salivation
Vagus Nerve
parasympathetics to most organs; laryngeal (voice); pharyngeal muscles; aortic arch reflexes
Spinal Accessory Nerve
Head Turning (trapezius and sternomastoid muscles)
Hypoglossal Nerve
Tongue Movement
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Olfactory, Optic, Oculomotor, Trochlear, Trigeminal, Abducens, Facial. Vestibulocochlear, Glossopharyngeal, Vagus, Spinal Accesory, Hypoglossal.