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1

Which cranial nerve provides touch sensation to the medial canthus?

Opthalmic

2

Which cranial nerve innervates the tongue?

Hypoglossal (motor), Mandibular (sensory), Glossopharyngeal (sensory), & Facial (sensory; taste)

3

Which cranial nerve innervates the upper right canine tooth?

Right Maxillary

4

Olfactory Nerve passes through ____________.

Cribriform plate

5

Optic Nerve passes through ____________.

Optic canal

6

Oculomotor Nerve passes through ____________.

Orbital fissure

7

Trochlear Nerve passes through ____________.

Orbital fissure

8

Opthalmic branch of Trigeminal Nerve passes through ____________.

Orbital fissure

9

Maxillary branch of Trigeminal Nerve passes through ____________.

round foramen and rostral alar foramen

10

Mandibular branch of Trigeminal Nerve passes through ____________.

oval foramen

11

Abducens Nerve passes through ____________.

Orbital fissure

12

Facial Nerve passes through ____________.

Stylomastoid foramen (motor fibers) and internal acoustic meatus

13

Vestibulocochlear Nerve passes through ____________.

Internal acoustic meatus

14

Glossopharyngeal Nerve passes through ____________.

Jugular foramen and tympanooccipital fissure

15

Vagus Nerve passes through ____________.

Jugular foramen and tympanooccipital fissure

16

Spinal Accessory Nerve passes through ____________.

Jugular foramen and tympanooccipital fissure

17

Hypoglossal Nerve passes through ____________.

Hypoglossal canal

18

Olfactory nerve: sensory or motor?

Sensory (smell) from olfactory epithelium

19

Optic nerve: sensory or motor?

Sensory (vision) from retina

20

Oculomotor nerve: sensory or motor?

Motor to D, M, & V rectus mm., ventral oblique and levator palpebrae superioris m. Parasympathetic to ciliary ganglion (iris sphincter m.)

21

Trochlear nerve: sensory or motor?

Motor to dorsal oblique m.

22

Opthalmic branch of trigeminal nerve: sensory or motor?

Sensory from globe, periorbita, nasal mucosa, medial aspect of palpebrae

23

Maxillary branch of trigeminal nerve: sensory or motor?

Sensory from upper lip, nasal mucosa, lateral aspect of palpebrae

24

Mandibular branch of trigeminal nerve: sensory or motor?

Both. SENSORY from lower jaw, tongue (taste and touch from rostral 2/3) and auriculotemporal area and MOTOR to muscles of mastication

25

Abducens nerve: sensory or motor?

Motor to retractor bulbi m. and lateral rectus m.

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Facial nerve: sensory or motor?

Both. MOTOR to muscles of facial expression and SENSORY (taste) from the rostral 2/3 of the tongue Parasympathetic to salivary and lacrimal glands

27

Vestibulocochlear nerve: sensory or motor?

Sensory for hearing and balance

28

Glossopharyngeal nerve: sensory or motor?

Both. SENSORY from the tongue (taste to caudal 1/3) and pharyngeal mucosa (touch) and MOTOR to the pharynx Parasympathetic to parotid and mucosal glands

29

Vagus nerve: sensory or motor?

Both. Some MOTOR to larynx, pharynx, and esophagus. SENSORY to ear canal and epiglottis. PARASYMPATHETIC to heart, lungs, and abdomen.

30

Spinal Accessory nerve: sensory or motor?

MOTOR to trapezius, omotransversarius, sternocephalicus, and cleidocephalicus. Also motor to larynx via recurrent laryngeal n.