Cranial Nerves I-VI

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Cranial Nerves V, VI, VII, and VIII originate in what part of the brain?
The Olfactory Nerve (I) Originates in what part of the brain?
Where do cranial nerves III, IV originate?
What cranial nerve originates in the diencephalon?
IX, X, XI, and XII originate in what portion of the brain?
What Fiber Type/Neural Modality conveys sensation from skin, muscles, joints, touch such as touch, pressure, temp?
What Fiber type/neural modality conveys visceral sensation from internal organs?
What fiber type/neural modality serves the special senses of vision, hearing, balance, taste, and smell?
What fiber type/neural modality innervates striated muscles but is NOT derived from embryonic brachial/pharyngeal arches?
What fiber type/neural modality innervates striated muscle with origin in the embryonic branchial/pharyngeal arches?
What fiber type/neural modality has cranial parasympathetic fibers that innervate smooth muscle and glands?
CN I has what modality?
CN II has what modality?
CN III has what modalities?
CN IV has what modality?
CN V has what modality?
CN VI has what modality?
CN VII has what modality?
CN VIII has what modality?
CN IX has what modality?
CN X has what modality?
CN XI has what modality?
CN XII has what modality?
What three cranial nerves (names) innervate skeletal muscle that controls eye movements?
What cranial nerve innervates the superior rectus, inferior rectus, medial rectus, and inferior oblique muscles?
What eye muscle does CN IV innervate?
What eye muscles does the abducens innervate?
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What CN innervates 4 extraocular muscles (GSE) and the levator palpebrae superioris muscle (lifts the eyelid)?
What CN contains parasympathetic nerve fibers to the constrictor muscles of the pupil (GVE)?
Where in the brain does the CN III nucleus lie?
At what level does the nucleus of CN III lie?
Axons from the left oculomotor nucleus join the right oculomotor nerve to innervate what muscle?
The medial rectus, inferior rectus, and inferior oblique are innervated from the ipsilateral, bilateral, or contralateral to the nucleus of CN III?
The superior rectus is innervated ipsilateral, contralateral, or bilateral to the CN III nucleus?
Levator palpebrae superioris is innervated ipsilateral, contralateral, or bilateral from the CN III nucleus?
Which nucleus of CN III innervates the constrictor of the pupil (parasympathetic component)?
In what portion of the brain and at what level does the CN IV nucleus lie?
Axons from the left trochlear nucleus form the right trochlear nerve and innervates which muscle?
In what portion of the brain is the abducens located in?
Damage to which nerve will cause medial deviation (adduction) or Medial strabismus of the eye?
Damage to which nerve will cause difficulty looking down or going down stairs?
A lesion of III, IV, or VI will result in what?
Lateral deviation or lateral strabismus and inferior (downward) deviation results from injury to what nerve?
Non-reactive/dilated pupils and drooping eyelids would result from injury to what cranial nerve?
Do motor nuclei of CN III, IV, and VI receive direct input from the motor cortex?
Trace the pathway of projections for voluntary control of eye movements
What CN carries sensory info from the face?
What are the three divisions of the trigeminal ganglion?
What are the other names from the trigeminal ganglion?
What are the 4 brainstem nuclei that form the trigeminal nerve?
Which nucleus associated with CN V receives light touch and pressure info from the face
Which nucleus associated with CN V receives pain, temperature and on-discrimitive touch sensations from the face?
Which nucleus associated with CN V receives proprioceptive afferents from the face?
Which nucleus associated with CN V projects axons to the muscles of mastication and a few others?

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Created Jul 23, 2011ReportNominate
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