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Unformatted text preview: The trigeminal nerve has three branches that leave via different cranial fossa. The spread out across the surface of the face as such: CN VII Facial The facial nerve has five main branches that spread out across the face innervating the facial muscles CN VIII Vestibulocochlea The Vestibulocochlea nerve innervates the inner ear providing auditory information. CN IX Glossopharyngeal This nerve innervates the middle ear, the palatine tonsil, tongue and the pharynx....
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