ANAT 2626 Cranial Nerve Memory_Pneumonics

ANAT 2626 Cranial - WEDNESDAY,SEPTEMBER13,2006 Ican' theclassaheadofme,,andI'll

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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 2006 Cranial Nerve Component Memory Device I can't take credit for this - credit goes to Walid from my class and Amirah from  the class ahead of me, but Walid gave me permission last year to share it, and I'll  be following this post up with another memory device for the branchial (a.k.a.  pharyngeal) arches. Because of these silly things, I still remember those two  parts of head and neck anatomy. Enjoy, and I hope this helps some frazzled  anatomy student! Cranial nerve components Like most mneumonics/memory devices, this one starts out kind of corny. So just  bear with me. First, make a list of the different types of cranial nerves by using  this little sing-song: "Great Virginia, Sweet Virginia, G Veg Save! SSA does two  and eight." The "G Veg Save" part confused me at first – obviously it helps you  remember to list GVE, but then you continue onto the next line so you can finish 
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This note was uploaded on 11/22/2011 for the course ANAT 2626 taught by Professor Ronaldg.mayne during the Winter '11 term at Life Chiropractic College West.

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