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what cranial nerves are associated with parasympathetics

3, 7, 9 10

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what are the special parts of cranial nerves

olfaction
vision
taste
balance
hearing

3

SVA's

taste and olfaction

4

SSA-

vision, balance and hearing

5

SVE

skeletal muscles derived from pharyngeal arches

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I

olfactory

7

II

optic

8

III

oculomotor

9

IV

trochlear

10

V

trigeminal

11

VI

abducens

12

facial

VII

13

VIII

vestibulochoclear

14

IX

glosopharyngeal

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X

VAGUS

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accessory

XI

17

hypoglossal

XII

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innervated by oculomotor GSE


superior rectus
medial rectus
inferior rectus
inferior oblique
levator palpebrae

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trochlear nerve innervates

superior oblique

20

abducens innervates

lateral rectus

21

main functions of trigeminal

sensory and motor to mastication

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maxillary exits via

foramen rotundum

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mandibular exits via

foramen ovale

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opthalmic exists via

superior orbital fissure

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facial nerve exists skull via

internal auditory meatus

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________is the sensory ganglion of facial nerve

geniculate ganglion

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msucles innervated by facial nerve

mucles of facial expression and, posterior digastric, stylohyoid and stapedius, plasyma

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GVE functions of facial nerve

glands in oral cavity (submandibular ganglion)
glands in nasal cavity, sinuses and lacrimal gland (PPG ganglion)

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SVA function of facial nerve

taste to anterior 2/3 of tongue

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functions of vestibulochochlear nerve

balane and hearing

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functions of glossopharyngeal

motor to stylopharyngeus, parotid gland
sensory : tase posterior 1/3 tongue, senssation in pharynyx, toncillar, fossa, pharyngotympanic tube, middle ear

32

glossopharyngeal nerve exits via

jugular foramen

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accessory nerve exist skull via

jugular foramen

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accessory nerve emerges between what to vessels

internal jugular and internal carotid

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branch of ____________synapses in the ciliary ganglion and is carried on short cilliary nerves from __________ and innervate _______ and _______

oculomotor, opthalmic V1, sphincter pupillae and ciliary muscle (near vision)

36

hypoglossal crosses over

external carotid, lingual arteyr and the sternocleidomastoid

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muscles innervated by hypoglossal XII

genioglossus
hypoglossus
styloglossus
intrinsic tongue muscles

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olfactory functions in

smell

39

optic nerve functions in

sight

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what are the three branches of trigeminal

opthalmic (v1)
maxillary (v2)
mandibular (v3)

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what are the branches off opthalmic N

lacrimal, frontal and nasociliary

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frontal N gives rise to what two nerves

supratrochlear and supraorbital

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branches off nasociliary N

infratrochlear, long ciliary, post ethmoidal, ant ethmoidal and sensory to ciliary ganglion

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parasympathetics from what cranial nerve hitchike on short ciliary nerves from nasociliary

CN III ocuolomotor

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the meningeal nerve is a branch off ____________ands its function is

mandibular nerve, sensory to middle dura of cranial cavity

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n to medial pterygoid is a branch off _________ which gives rise to ___________- and ____________ it is a sensory/motor nerve ?

mandibular N, nerve to tensor veli palatini, and nerve to tensor tympani

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auriculotemporal nerve is a branch off ___________and it has a special function. What is it ?

mandibular N, carriers post ganglionic parasympathetics to the parotid gland from CN IX

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lingual nerve is a branch off ____________- mandibular N and has a special function. What is it

sensory to anterior 2/3 of tongue, and carriers parasympathetics to the salivary glands but also taste fibers from chorda tympani

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inferior alveolar is a branch off ______________- which gies rise to 3 other nerves. what are they ?

mandibular,
N to mylohyoid, incisive nerve, and mental nerve

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What are the branches off the anterior trunk of mandibular nerve

n to lat pterygoid
masseteric
buccal
deep temporal

51

what nerve is responsible for motor innervation to the mastication muscles

mandibular V3

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what nerve gives rise to the chorda tympani nerve

facial VII

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what CN gives rise to the tympanic nerve

glossopharyngeal IX

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the tympanic plexus gives rise to one very important nerve what is it named

lesser petrosal nerve

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lesser petrosal nerve synpases in what ganglion

otic ganglion

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post ganglionic parasympathetics are carried to the parotid gland via what nerve

auriculotemporal off mandibular V3

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________ is closely associated with the maxillary nerve

PPG

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zygomaticofacial and zygomaticotemporal are both from what nerve

maxillary nerve

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PPG syanpses give rise to what four nerves

pharyngeal, orbital, nasal and paaltine nerves