What are the 3 classifications for cranial nerves?

motor, sensory, mixed
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What are the cranial nerves?

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 (MORE)

Which cranial nerves are exclusively sensory?

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The 12 cranial nerves and their function?

#NameSensory, Motor or BothOriginNucleiFunction0Cranial nerve zero (CN0 is not traditionally recognized.)[1]Sensory olfactory trigone, medial olfactory gyrus, and lamina t (MORE)