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Unformatted text preview: Name Sensory or Motor Basic Funciton Specific Function Innervation Thru Pathway from/to CN I Olfactory Sensory Sense of smell Sense of smell Olfactory epithelium Cribriform plate of eb From- nasal cavity to olfactory bulb CN II Optic Sensory Sense of Vision Sense of vision Retina of eye Optic foramen From- retina (ganglion cells) to brain CN III Oculomotor Motor Eye Movements Changing shape of eye (accommodation ), papillary constriction 4 intrinsic muscles- inf., med., sup. Rectus, inf. Oblique Superior orbital fissure To- 4 somatic extrinsic muscles 2 intrinsic visceral- ciliary and circular CN IV Trochlear Motor Eye movement Depress and abduct eye Superior oblique muscle Superior orbital fissure Same as innerv CN V Trigeminal Mixed Sensations of face, scalp, teeth, movement for facial expression Perceive feelings of face and more, chewing Whole face ha Superior orbital fissure, and...
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- Spring '08