Cranial Nerves

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52 terms · Anatomy Exam 2

I

Olfactory

II

Optic

III

Occulomotor

IV

Trochlear

V

Trigeminal

VI

Abducens

VII

Facial

VIII

Vestibulocochlear

IX

Glossopharyngeal

X

Vagus

XI

Spinal Accessory

XII

Hypoglossal

Olfactory Innervation

Sensory - from olfactory epithelium

What does Olfactory pass through?

Cribiform plate

How do you test for Olfactory?

Olfaction (Smell Test) - Use a cotton ball with alcohol (do not use something so strong it stimulates CN V by irritating nasal mucosa)

Innervation to Optic

Sensory (Vision) from retina

What does optic pass through?

Optic canal

How do we test for optic?

Menace response ( remember II in (afferent), VII out (efferent))
* Obstacle course
* Quietly roll a ball across the visual field
* Pupillary light reflex (II in and III out)
* Tracking response

Innervation to Occulomotor

Motor to Dorsal, Medial and Ventral rectus mm, ventral oblique and levator palpebrae superioris m.
* Parasympathetic to iris sphincter m.

What does occulomotor pass through?

Orbital Fissure

How do we test for Occulomotor?

Dorsal, Ventral, and medial movement of the pupil in the head (Tracking), look for lateral strabismus in lesioned animal, droopy upper eyelid, pupillary light reflex (II in and III out), including the indirect response to light in the contralateral eye

Innervation to Trochlear

Motor to dorsal oblique

What does Trochlear pass through?

Orbital Fissure

How do we test Trochlear?

Oblique deviation of pupil in lesioned animal (Not obvious in species with round pupil)

3 branchs of Trigeminal

* Ophthalmic branch
* Maxillary branch
* Mandibular Branch

Innervation of Ophthalmic branch of Trigeminal

Sensory from globe (including cornea), periorbita, nasal mucosa, medial aspect of palpebrae

Innervation of Maxillary branch of Trigeminal

Sensory from upper lip, nasal mucosa, lateral aspect of palpebrae

Innervation of Mandibular branch of Trigeminal

Sensory from the lower jaw and auriculotemporal area and motor to muscles of mastication

What does the branches of Trigeminal pass through?

Ophthalmic - orbital fissure
Maxillary - Rostral alar foramen (Round foramen)
Mandibular - Oval Foramen

How do we test for Ophthalmic branch of Trigeminal?

Palpebral reflex
Medial canthus (V in and VII out)
Corneal reflex (V in and VI out)

How do we test for Maxillary branch of Trigeminal?

Palpebral reflex
Lateral Canthus
Test sensation to upper lip or nasal mucosa

How do we test for Mandibular branch of Trigeminal?

Test sensation to the lower jaw/lip or auriculotemporal area or look for neurogenic atrophy to muscles of mastication

Innervation to Abducens

Motor to retractor bulbi m. and lateral rectus m.

What does Abducens pass through?

Orbital Fissure

How do we test Abducens?

Lateral movement of the eye(globe) in the head (tracking)
* Look for medial strabismus in lesioned animal
* Look for lack of 3rd eyelid response from the corneal reflex (V in and VI out)

Innervation to Facial

Motor to muscles of facial expression.
Sensory (taste) from the rostral 2/3 of the tongue
Parasympathetic to salivary and lacrimal gland

How do we test Facial

Effects seen on muscles of facial expression.
* Look for excessive drooling
* Deviation of philtrum
* Droopy ear
* Test palpebral reflex - failure to close the palpebral fissure in lesioned animal

Innervation to Vestibulocochlear

Sensory for hearing and balance

What does Vestibulocuchlear pass through?

Internal acoustic meatus

Test for vestibulocochlear

Test hearing.......pots and pans, etc.
* Look for vestibular signs such as nystagmus, head tilt, circling, and balance problems

Innervation to Glossopharyngeal

Sensory from tongue and pharyngeal mucosa
Motor to the pharynx
Parasympathetic to parotid and mucosal gland

What does Glossopharyngeal pass through?

Trympanooccipital Fissure via jugular foramen

How do we test glossopharyngeal

Gag Reflex
* Swallowing
* History of coughing, gaggingwhen drinking or eating

Innervation to Vagus

Motor to pharynx and esophagus
Sensory to ear canal and epiglottis
Parasympathetic to heart, lungs, and abdomen

What does the vagus pass through?

Tympanooccipital fissure via jugular foramen

How do we test the Vagus?

Listen to the heart ( Increase with lesion)
Listen to gut sounds (Decrease with lesion)
Test for gag reflex

Innervation to spinal accessory

Motor to trapezius, omotransversarious, sternocephalicus and cleidocephalicus.
Also motor to larynx via recurrent laryngeal nerve

What does spinal accessory pass through?

Tympanoocipital fissure via jugular foramen

How do we test Spinal Accessory

Neurogenic atrophy of muscles with their is a lesion

Innervation to Hypoglossal

Motor to extrinsic and intrinsic mm. of the tongue

What does Hypoglossal pass through?

Hypoglossal canal

How do we test Hypoglossal?

Tongue tone
Tongue neurogenic atrophy
Pull on tongue or watch dog lapping water

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