What are the 3 classifications for cranial nerves?
motor, sensory, mixed
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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
The CN X is the vagus also it is called pneumogastric nerve , the Wanderer or sometimes the Rambler
A cranial nerve is a nerve that passes through various foramina in the bones of the cranium and arise from the brain inside the cranial cavity.
Nerves which arise from different part of the brin that are paired and are 24 in number and 12 in pairs.
Cranial nerve 4 (IV) is the trochlear nerve.
Because the bone that houses the brain is called the cranium. Brainium and brainial are not Latin or Greek terms.
Vagus nerve (CN 10) innervates your thoracoabdominal viscera by the parasympathetic nervous system.
Vagus nerve CN X
trigeminal The Trigeminal nerve provides sensory information from the face, forehead, nasal cavity, tongue, gums and teeth it also helps with chewing
Because somebody would ask why it wasn't cranial nerves instead of brainial nerves.
Auditory, Glossopharyngeal, Hypoglossal
The second cranial nerve is the optic nerve, which tells the brain what the eye is seeing
The 8th cranial nerve is called the Vestibulocochlear nerve consisting of 2 branches --- the cochlear branch (hearing portion) and the vestibular branch (equilibrium portion).… .
Arose from midbrain, relay at ciliary ganglion and supplies the iris and muscles of the eye.
equilibrium, taste, tears, and tongue movement