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1

What is the name of Cranial Nerve I?
Where is its opening in the skull?

Olfactory

Cribriform Plate

2

What is the name of Cranial Nerve II?
Where is its opening in the skull?

Optic

Optic Canal

3

What is the name of Cranial Nerve III?
Where is its opening in the skull?

Oculomotor

Superior Orbital Fissure

4

What is the name of Cranial Nerve IV?
Where is its opening in the skull?

Trochlear

Superior Orbital Fissure

5

What is the name of Cranial Nerve V1?
Where is its opening in the skull?

Opthalmic Division of the trigeminal nerve

Superior orbital fissure

6

What is the name of Cranial Nerve V2?
Where is its opening in the skull?

Maxillary division of the trigeminal nerve

Foramen Rotundum

7

What is the name of Cranial Nerve V3?
Where is its opening in the skull?

Mandibular division of the trigeminal nerve

Foramen Ovale

8

What is the name of Cranial Nerve VI?
Where is its opening in the skull?

Abducens

Superior Orbital fissure

9

What is the name of Cranial Nerve VII?
Where is its opening in the skull?

Facial

Internal acoustic meatus

10

What is the name of Cranial Nerve VIII?
Where is its opening in the skull?

Vestibulococular

Internal acoustic meatus

11

What is the name of Cranial Nerve IX?
Where is its opening in the skull?

Glossopharyngeal

Jugular foramen

12

What is the name of Cranial Nerve X?
Where is its opening in the skull?

Vagus

Jugular foramen

13

What is the name of Cranial Nerve XI?
Where is its opening in the skull?

Accessory

Jugular foramen

14

What is the name of Cranial Nerve XII?
Where is its opening in the skull?

Hypoglossal

Hypoglossal canal

15

What types of fibres are present in cranial nerve I?

Special Sensory (olfaction)

16

What types of fibres are present in cranial nerve II?

Special sensory (vision)

17

What types of fibres are present in cranial nerve III?

Somatic Motor
Parasympathetic

18

What types of fibres are present in cranial nerve IV?

Somatic Motor

19

What types of fibres are present in cranial nerve V1?

General sensory

20

What types of fibres are present in cranial nerve V2?

General sensory

21

What types of fibres are present in cranial nerve V3?

General sensory
Somatic motor

22

What types of fibres are present in cranial nerve VI?

Somatic motor

23

What types of fibres are present in cranial nerve VII?

Somatic motor
Special sensory (taste)
General sensory
Parasympathetic

24

What types of fibres are present in cranial nerve VIII?

Special sensory (hearing and balance)

25

What types of fibres are present in cranial nerve IX?

Somatic motor
Parasympathetic
Special sensory (taste)
General sensory

26

What types of fibres are present in cranial nerve X?

Somatic motor
Parasympathetic
General sensory
Special sensory (taste - epiglottis and palate)

27

What types of fibres are present in cranial nerve XI?

Somatic motor

28

What types of fibres are present in cranial nerve XII?

Somatic motor

29

Which of the cranial nerves have a parasympathetic component?

III, VII, IX X

30

Which cranial nerves are connected directly to the brain?

I and II

31

Which cranial nerves are attached directly to the midbrain?

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