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What are the 3 classifications for cranial nerves?
Here is a list of the cranial nerves and their general functions in order: Olfactory - smellOptic - visionOculomotor - eyeball movementTrochlear - eyeball movementTrigeminal …- chewing and other face musclesAbducens - eyeball movementFacial - facial expressions and tasteAuditory - hearingGlossopharyngeal - muscles for swallowingVagus - internal organ controlSpinal accessory - head movementHypoglossal - tongue muscles
Vestibulocochlear (CN 8). Damage to this nerve can cause tinnitus (deafness).
There are two cranial nerves that are involved with your sense of taste. Facial nerve (CN VII), more specifically chorda tympani branch is responsible for the anterior 2/3 of …your tongue. Glossopharyngeal nerve (CN IX) is responsible for the posterior 1/3 of your tongue. Olfactory nerve (CN I) is responsible for your sense of smell.
olfactory optic oculomotor trochlear trigeminal abducens facial auditory glossopharyngeal vagus
trigeminal The Trigeminal nerve provides sensory information from the face, forehead, nasal cavity, tongue, gums and teeth it also helps with chewing
10 vagus nerve
The 8th cranial nerve is called the Vestibulocochlear nerve consisting of 2 branches --- the cochlear branch (hearing portion) and the vestibular branch (equilibrium portion).… / / / / / / / /
There are 12 cranial nerves, they are as followed; (I) Olfactory (II) Optic (III) Oculomotor (IV) Trochlear (V) Trigeminal (VI) Abducens (VII) Facial (VIII) Vestibulocochlear …(IX) Glossopharyngeal (X) Vagus (XI) Accessory (XII) Hypoglossal
Vagus nerve (CN 10) innervates your thoracoabdominal viscera by the parasympathetic nervous system.
The CN X is the vagus also it is called pneumogastric nerve,the Wanderer or sometimes the Rambler
Auditory, Glossopharyngeal, Hypoglossal
equilibrium, taste, tears, and tongue movement
Cranial nerve 4 (IV) is the trochlear nerve.