Chapter 8: Cranial Nerves & Chapter 10: Head & Neck Muscles

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Review for Human Body Lab Test II

cranial nerve I

olfactory nerve

cranial nerve V

trigeminal nerve

cranial nerve III

oculomotor nerve

cranial nerve X

vagus nerve

cranial nerve II

optic nerve

cranial nerve XI

accessory nerve

cranial nerve VIII

vestibulocochlear nerve

cranial nerve VI

abducens nerve

cranial nerve IV

trochlear nerve

cranial nerve XII

hypoglossal nerve

cranial nerve VII

facial nerve

cranial nerve IX

glossopharyngeal nerve

passageway for olfactory nerve

cribriform plate

passageway for glossopharyngeal, vagus, and accessory nerves

jugular foramen

passageway for facial and vestibulocochlear nerves

internal acoustic meatus

optic nerve II

vision

oculomotor nerve III

eye movement

trochlear nerve IV

eye movement

trigeminal nerve V

mastication (chewing) and sensation from face

abducens nerve VI

eye movement

facial nerve VII

facial expression and gustation (taste)

vestibulocochlear nerve VIII

audition (hearing) and equilibrium

glossopharyngeal nerve IX

gustation, sensation from pharynx, and swallowing

vagus nerve X

gustation, visceral sensation, and visceral muscle movement

accessory nerve XI

movement of head and shoulders

hypoglossal nerve XII

tongue movements (swallowing and speech)

olfactory (fiber type)

sensory

optic (fiber type)

sensory

oculomotor (fiber type)

motor

trochlear (fiber type)

motor

trigeminal (fiber type)

sensory and motor

abducens (fiber type)

motor

facial (fiber type)

sensory and motor

vestibulocochlear (fiber type)

sensory

glossopharyngeal (fiber type)

sensory and motor

vagus (fiber type)

sensory and motor

accessory (fiber type)

motor

hypoglossal (fiber type)

motor

angul

an angle (in this case, the angle at the corner of the mouth)

bucc

the cheek

cleid

clavicle (collarbone)

depressor

depresses (pulls down) an object

gast

belly

hyoid

refers to the hyoid bone

labii

lips

levator

lifts (pulls up) an object

masseter

a chewer

mastoid

refers to the mastoid process

omo

shoulder

orbicularis

circular

stern

sternum (breastbone)

temporalis

refers to the temporal fossa of a temporal bone

refers to the thyroid cartilage of larynx

thyro

zygomaticus

refers to zygomatic bone

temporalis

mastication

masseter

mastication

orbicularis oculi

closes eyelid

zygomaticus major

smiling

levator anguli oris

elevates corner of mouth

levator labii superioris

elevates upper lip

orbicularis oris

closes and protrudes lips

depresses angle of mouth

depressor anguli oris

depressor labii inferioris

depresses lower lip

buccinator

flattens cheek against teeth as in sucking and blowing

sternocleidomastoid

contraction of both flexes neck; contraction of one rotates face to opposite side

digastric

elevates hyoid and depresses mandible

sternohyoid

depresses hyoid

omohyoid

depresses hyoid

sternothyroid

depresses larynx

thyrohyoid

depresses hyoid and elevates larynx

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