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  • Aug 27 2018 while some cranial nerves have either sensory or motor functions others have both the vagus nerve is such a nerve the cranial nerves are classified using roman numerals based off of their location

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  • Jan 20 2018 the trochlear nerve is also known as cranial nerve iv cniv it is the only cranial nerve that emerges dorsally from the brain near the back giving it

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  • Vagus nerve also called x cranial nerve or 10th cranial nerve longest and most complex of the cranial vagus nerve runs from the brain through the face and thorax to the is a mixed nerve that contains parasympathetic fibres the vagus nerve has two sensory ganglia masses of nerve tissue that transmit sensory impulses the superior and the inferior ganglia

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  • Oct 20 2020 anatomy cranial nerves are the 12 nerves of the peripheral nervous system that emerge from the foramina and fissures of the numerical order 112 is determined by their skull exit location rostral to caudal all cranial nerves originate from nuclei in the originate from the forebrain olfactory and optic one has a nucleus in the spinal cord accessory while the

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  • Several of the cranial nerves run through bones in the skull the cranial nerves can become temporarily or chronically impaired as a result of illness infection inflammation or head trauma due to their structure and location each pair of cranial nerves is predisposed to certain medical conditions

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  • Dec 24 2018 the olfactory nerve cn i is the first and shortest cranial nerve it is a special visceral afferent nerve which transmits information relating to smell embryologicallly the olfactory nerve is derived from the olfactory placode a thickening of the ectoderm layer which also give rise to the glial cells which support the nerve in this article we shall look at the anatomy of the

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  • The olfactory nerve or cranial nerve i is the first of the 12 cranial nerves it is instrumental in the sense of smell the olfactory nerve is the shortest of the 12 cranial nerves and only one of two cranial nerves the other being the optic nerve that do not join with the brainstem

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  • The first two cranial nerves the olfactory nerve and the optic nerve arise from the cerebrum and the remaining ten nerves originate in the brain stem the nerves then travel from their origin to various body parts in your head face mouth and in some cases in the periphery of the body

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  • Sep 24 2020 cranial nerve nuclei the cranial nerve nuclei are aggregate of cells collection of cell bodiesattached to these cell bodies are fibers called cranial nerves bundles of axons these nuclei are either sensory or motor but never both however cranial nerves can be sensory motor or mixed nerves when they have both sensory and motor functions the cranial nerve motor nuclei are

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  • Oct 13 2020 the cranial nerves are nerves that originate in the brain rather than the spinal cord there are 12 paired nerves the seventh cranial nerve the facial nerve originates in the brainstem between the pons and the medulla it controls movement of the facial expression muscles it is involved in the conveyance of taste from the sensors on the

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  • Jul 27 2018 the trigeminal nerve is the largest of the 12 cranial nerves its main function is transmitting sensory information to the skin sinuses and mucous membranes in the face

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  • Sep 26 2020 nerves in the brain are called cranial nerves there are 12 pairs of them each having specific sensory or motor functions one of these nerves is the vestivulocochlear nerve also known as the eighth cranial nerve it is composed of two sensory branches the vestibular nerve and the cochlear or auditory nerve

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  • The rest of the cranial nerves contain both afferent and efferent fibres and are therefore referred to as the mixed cranial nerves however the vagus nerve has branches to most of the internal organs and is the part of the autonomic nervous system also read human nervous system learn about different cranial nerves and their functions by

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  • Several of the cranial nerves run through bones in the skull the cranial nerves can become temporarily or chronically impaired as a result of illness infection inflammation or head trauma due to their structure and location each pair of cranial nerves is predisposed to certain medical conditions

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  • Oct 20 2020 anatomy cranial nerves are the 12 nerves of the peripheral nervous system that emerge from the foramina and fissures of the numerical order 112 is determined by their skull exit location rostral to caudal all cranial nerves originate from nuclei in the originate from the forebrain olfactory and optic one has a nucleus in the spinal cord accessory while the

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  • The olfactory nerve or cranial nerve i is the first of the 12 cranial nerves it is instrumental in the sense of smell the olfactory nerve is the shortest of the 12 cranial nerves and only one of two cranial nerves the other being the optic nerve that do not join with the brainstem

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  • The first two cranial nerves the olfactory nerve and the optic nerve arise from the cerebrum and the remaining ten nerves originate in the brain stem the nerves then travel from their origin to various body parts in your head face mouth and in some cases in the periphery of the body

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  • Sep 24 2020 cranial nerve nuclei the cranial nerve nuclei are aggregate of cells collection of cell bodiesattached to these cell bodies are fibers called cranial nerves bundles of axons these nuclei are either sensory or motor but never both however cranial nerves can be sensory motor or mixed nerves when they have both sensory and motor functions the cranial nerve motor nuclei are

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  • These branches are grouped based on their location along the course cranial nerves close to the origin of the maxillary nerve in the middle cranial fossa its smallest branch arisesthe middle meningeal nerve this brings sensory information to the dura mater the tough outer membrane of the brain and spine

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  • Sep 26 2020 nerves in the brain are called cranial nerves there are 12 pairs of them each having specific sensory or motor functions one of these nerves is the vestivulocochlear nerve also known as the eighth cranial nerve it is composed of two sensory branches the vestibular nerve and the cochlear or auditory nerve

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  • Oct 16 2020 the fifth cranial nerve is considered to be a sensory nerve primarily responsible for the sensations felt in the facial area cranial nerves have their origin in the brain and this nerve begins in the brain stem the brain stem is located near the bottom of the skull at the back of the head and is responsible for such functions as

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  • Oct 13 2020 the cranial nerves are nerves that originate in the brain rather than the spinal cord there are 12 paired nerves the seventh cranial nerve the facial nerve originates in the brainstem between the pons and the medulla it controls movement of the facial expression muscles it is involved in the conveyance of taste from the sensors on the

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  • Sep 07 2020 list of cranial nerves so first of all what are the cranial nerves the cranial nerves comprise 12 nerves of the peripheral nervous system which originate from brain nuclei and exit from the foramina and fissures of the location of exit rostral to caudal is what determines their numerical order 112but what are their names and functions

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  • Aug 16 2020 the first extracranial branch to arise is the posterior auricular provides motor innervation to the some of the muscles around the ear immediately distal to this motor branches are sent to the posterior belly of the digastric muscle and to the stylohyoid muscle the main trunk of the nerve now termed the motor root of the facial nerve continues anteriorly and inferiorly into the

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  • Apr 04 2018 accessory nerve definition amongst the twelve pairs of the cranial nerve in the brain the eleventh pair of cranial nerve cn11 is called the accessory nerve it supplies innervation to the sternocleidomastoid muscles that helps in tilting and rotating of the head and trapezius muscles that helps in performing various actions such as shoulder elevation and abduction motion motions that

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  • Chapter 12 cranial nerves and their nuclei chapter outline cranial nerve nuclei have a generally predictable arrangement the sulcus limitans intervenes between motor and sensory nuclei of cranial nerves cranial nerves iii iv vi and xii contain somatic motor fibers the oculomotor nerve iii innervates four of the six extraocular muscles the trochlear nerve iv

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  • May 11 2020 most of its divisions stimulate muscles that allow eyelids to open and close as well as facial movements this nerve also mediates the production of tears and saliva and perception of taste in the tongue and receives some sensory input from the face as well the facial nerve is the seventh of the 12 cranial nerves

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  • The first two cranial nerves the olfactory nerve and the optic nerve arise from the cerebrum and the remaining ten nerves originate in the brain stem the nerves then travel from their origin to various body parts in your head face mouth and in some cases in the periphery of the body

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  • The pons is the largest part of the brainstem located above the medulla and below the is a group of nerves that function as a connection between the cerebrum and cerebellum pons is latin for bridge the pons develops from the embryonic metencephalon part of the hindbrain developed from the rhombencephalon alongside the cerebellum

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  • Optic nerve second cranial nerve which carries sensory nerve impulses from the more than one million ganglion cells of the retina toward the visual centres in the brain the vast majority of optic nerve fibres convey information regarding central vision the optic nerve begins at the optic disk

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  • Cranial nerves the cranial nerves contain the sensory and motor nerve fibers that innervate the head the cell bodies of the sensory neurons lie either in receptor organs eg the nose for smell or the eye for vision or within cranial sensory ganglia which lie along some cranial nerves

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  • Chapter 12 cranial nerves and their nuclei chapter outline cranial nerve nuclei have a generally predictable arrangement the sulcus limitans intervenes between motor and sensory nuclei of cranial nerves cranial nerves iii iv vi and xii contain somatic motor fibers the oculomotor nerve iii innervates four of the six extraocular muscles the trochlear nerve iv

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  • The 12 cranial nervesfunctions and mnemonics see online here cranial nerves emerge directly via the spinal cord from the bony skull because they supply cranial structures or fulll specic functions during medical studies cranial nerves are an essential

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  • Oct 16 2020 the fifth cranial nerve is considered to be a sensory nerve primarily responsible for the sensations felt in the facial area cranial nerves have their origin in the brain and this nerve begins in the brain stem the brain stem is located near the bottom of the skull at the back of the head and is responsible for such functions as

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  • The chorda tympani nerve which is a branch of the facial nerve the seventh cranial nerve innervates the forward twothirds of the tongue the lingual branch and chorda tympani provide whats called inhibition to each others signals meaning that they dampen the signals that are sent to the brain

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  • These branches are grouped based on their location along the course cranial nerves close to the origin of the maxillary nerve in the middle cranial fossa its smallest branch arisesthe middle meningeal nerve this brings sensory information to the dura mater the tough outer membrane of the brain and spine

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  • Oct 28 2020 the cranial nerves comprise 12 nerves of the peripheral nervous system which originate from brain nuclei and exit from the foramina and fissures of the cranium this location of exit rostral to caudal is what determines their numerical order 112

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  • Made of nerve cells the optic nerve is located in the back of the eye also known as the second cranial nerve or cranial nerve ii it is the second of several pairs of cranial is a bundle of nerve cells that transmits sensory information for vision in the form of electrical impulses from the eye to the brain

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  • Oct 29 2019 vagus nerve involved in smooth muscle sensory and motor control of the digestive system including the esophagus lungs and heart accessory nerve controls neck and shoulder movement hypoglossal nerve controls tongue movement swallowing and speech cranial nerves are either efferent afferent or both only one of those that stem from

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  • Jul 15 2018 cranial nerves i and ii are nerves of the cerebrum nerves iii to xii are nerves of the brainstem xi partly emerging from spinal cord of the 10 brainstem nerves 1 viii is a purely sensory nerve 5 iiiivvixi and xii are primarily motor nerves and 4 vviiix and x are mixed nerves ie containing both sensory and motor fibers

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  • Location of the cranial nerve nuclei in brainstem crosssections some of the crosssections that were introduced earlier are reproduced in figures 34 35 36 and 37 the locations of most of the cranial nerve nuclei listed in tables a2 a3 are indicated on these sections

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