Cranial Nerves Chart - Senses of hearing and balance (IX)...

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( I )     olfactory  (II)      optic  Senses of smell and vision (III)     oculomotor Innervates 4 of the 6 extrinsic muscles of eye  and upper eyelid Provides parasympathetic supply to iris and  lens of eye (IV)      trochlear Controls one of the extrinsic eye muscles (V)       trigeminal Supplies muscles of mastification, middle ear  muscles, palatine muscle, and 2 throat  muscles Has greatest cutaneous sensory distribution  2 of 3 nerves innervate teeth (VI)       abducens Controls one of extrinsic eye muscles (VII)      facial  Supplies facial muscles, inner ear muscle, 2  throat muscles Sense of taste Parasympathetic to 2 sets of salivary and  lacrimal glands (VIII)     vestibulocochlear
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Unformatted text preview: Senses of hearing and balance (IX) glossopharyngeal Sense of taste Supply sensory innervations of: posterior tongue, middle ear, pharynx Sensory to blood pressure receptors and gas levels in blood Parasympathetic to parotid salivary glands (X) vagus Innervates muscles: pharynx, palate, larynx Sense of taste Sensory to blood pressure receptors and gas levels in blood Sensory for thoracic and abdominal organs (XI) accessory Has a spinal component Supplies sternocleidomastoid and trapezius muscles (XII) hypoglossal Supplies intrinsic tongue muscles, 3 of 4 extrinsic tongue muscles, 2 throat muscles...
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This note was uploaded on 12/05/2011 for the course KINESIOLOG 1Y03/1YY3 taught by Professor Parises during the Spring '11 term at McMaster University.

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