Flashcards in General CN info Deck (55)
T/F: Olfactory CN carries special sensory info.
What is the name of CN I?
What kind of neurons are in nasal cavity synapsing on olfactory bulb?
What strcture is traversed by olfactory fibers to synapse on the olfactory bulb?
What kind of info is relayed by CN II?
Wha is th name of CN II?
What kind of neurons are associated with CN II?
Which broadman area is most associated with CN II?
Where do fibers from the retina (CN II fibers) utimately travel to?
Lateral geniculate bodies
What is the name of CN III?
What kind of fibers are associated with CN III?
motor; somatic and parasympathetic
How many muscles are supplied by CN III?
7; 5 somatic and 2 visceral
What visceral muslce are supplied by CN III?
ciliaris and constrictor pupillae
What is the name of CN IV?
What kind of fibers are associated with CN IV?
What muscle is supplied by CN IV and what is the action of this muscle?
Superior Oblique; moves eye down and out
What is the name of CN V?
What kinf of fibers are carreid by CN V?
mixed; somatic motor and sensory
What is the Great Sensory Nerve of the Face?
What is the largest CN?
What CN supplies motor innervation to the muscels of mastication?
What is the name of CN VI?
What kind of fibers are carried by CN VI?
What muscle is supplied by CN VI and what is the action?
lateral rectus; moves eye laterally
What is the name of CN VII?
What kind of fibers are carried by CN VII?
mixed; motor (somatic and parasympathetic): sensory (somatic and special)
What is the Nerve of Facial Expression?
What part of the tongue does CN VII carry taste infro from?
What dermacates the area of the tongue supplied by CN VII?