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

Review for Human Body Lab Test II
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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
di
two
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
ocul
eye
omo
shoulder
orbicularis
circular
ori
mouth
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