CRANIAL NERVES summary - CRANIAL NERVES: SUMMARY TABLE....

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CRANIAL NERVES: SUMMARY TABLE. Cranial nerve Nucleus name Nucleus location Function Symptom/sign of damage Olfactory (CNI) Anterior olfactory Olfactory tract Smell Anosmia Optic (CNII) Lateral geniculate nucleus Thalamus Vision Blindness Oculomotor (CNIII) Oculomotor Edinger Westphal Midbrain Midbrain Eye movement (elevation, adduction) Loss of pupillary/accommodation reflexes Trochlear (CNIV) Trochlear Midbrain Eye movement (depression of adducted eye) Diplopia, lateral deviation of eye Trigeminal (CNV) Principal Spinal Mesencephalic Motor Pons Medulla Pons/midbrain Pons Facial sensation Mastication Facial aneasthesia Loss of pain sensation Insignificant Weakness/loss of mastication Abducent (CNVI) Abducent Pons Eye movement (Abduction) Medial eye deviation Facial (CNVII) Motor Solitary Superior salivatory Pons Pons Pons Facial expresssion Taste Salivation, lacrimation Paralysis of facial nerve muscles (+ hyperacuisis) Loss of taste (anterior 2/3rds of tongue) Dry mouth, loss of lacrimation
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This note was uploaded on 04/22/2008 for the course BIO 416K taught by Professor Findell during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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