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Glossary of Human Anatomy - Cranial Nerves

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CNI
OLFACTORY
"Oh"
"Some"
Special Sensory --> Smell
cribiform plate
CN2
OPTIC
"Oh"
"Say"
Special Sensory --> Vision
optic canal
CN3
OCCULOMOTOR
"Oh"
"More"
Motor: most eye movements
superior orbital fissure
CN4
TROCHLEAR
"To"
"Money"
motor: eye movements - superior oblique muscle
superior orbital fissure
CNV
TRIGEMINAL: Ophthalmic, Maxillary, Mandibular
"Touch"
"But"
both: sensory of eye, cheek, and lower jaw + mastication
superior orbital fissure, foramen rotundum, foramen ovale
CNV "o"
TRIGEMINAL: Opthalmic
sensory: eye area
superior orbital fissure
CNV "max"
TRIGEMINAL: Maxillary
sensory: cheek area
foramen rotundum
CNV "man"
TRIGEMINAL: Mandibular
mixed: lower jaw area/mastication
foramen ovale
CNVI
ABDUCENT
"and"
"my"
motor: eye movements - lateral rectus muscle
superior orbital fissure
CNVII
FACIAL NERVES: temporal, zygomatic, buccal, mandibular, cervical
"feel"
"brother"
both: sensory - taste receptors of anterior 2/3 of tongue + motor - facial expression
stylomastoid foramen/accoustic meatus
CNVIII
VESTIBULOCOCHLEAR
"virginal"
"says"
special sensory: balance equilibrium (vestibular) and hearing (cochlear)
acoustic meatus
CNIX
GLOSSOPHARYNGEAL
"girls"
"big"
both: sensory - posterior 1/3 of tongue, part of pharynx and palate + motor - swallowing, parotid salivary gland
jugular foramen
CNX
VAGUS
"vagina"
"boobs"
both: sensory - throat to diaphragm and parts of ear + motor - throat to thoracic cavity
jugular foramen
CNXI
ACCESSORY
"and"
"brings"
both - voluntary muscles of the throat, trapezius, sternocleidomastoid
jugular foramen
CNXII
HYPOGLOSSAL
"hymen"
"more"
motor - tongue movements
hypoglossal canal
FORAMINA OF CRIBIFORM PLATE
Olfactory (I)
OPTIC CANAL
Optic (II)
SUPERIOR ORBITAL FISSURE
Occulomotor (III), Trochlear (IV), Trigeminal (V), Abducent (VI)
FORAMEN OVALE
Trigeminal (V) - mandibular
FORAMEN ROTUNDUM
Trigeminal (V) - maxillary
STYLOMASTOID FORAMEN/ACCOUSTIC MEATUS
Facial (VII)
ACOUSTIC MEATUS
Facial (VII), Vestibulocochlear (VIII)
JUGULAR FORAMEN
Glossopharyngeal (IX), Vagus (X), Accesory (XI)
HYPOGLOSSAL CANAL
Hypoglossal (XII)

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