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28 terms
Anatomy & Physiology: Cranial Nerves
Olafactory
Olafactory Nerve
Optic
Optic Nerve
#: I... Type: special sensory... Location: Chemoreceptors in nasal…
#: II... Type: special sensory... Location: from retina to optic tr…
Olafactory
#: I... Type: special sensory... Location: Chemoreceptors in nasal…
Olafactory Nerve
12 terms
Anatomy and Physiology Cranial Nerves
olfactory
optic
oculomotor
trochlear
smell
vision
Eye movement via medial and lateral rectus and inferior obliq…
eye movement via superior oblique muscles
olfactory
smell
optic
vision
12 terms
Cranial Nerves-Anatomy and Physiology
I. Olfactory
II. Optic
III. Oculomotor
IV. Trochlear
Smell... (Sensory)
Sight... (Sensory)
Eyeball direction, lens shape, dilation, eyelid... (Motor)
Motion of the superior oblique (eye)... (Motor)
I. Olfactory
Smell... (Sensory)
II. Optic
Sight... (Sensory)
12 terms
Anatomy and Physiology Cranial Nerves
Olfactory (I)
Optic (II)
Oculomotor (III)
Trochlear (IV)
Impulses: from nose to brain... Functions: sense of smell
Impulses: from I to brain... Functions: vision
Impulses: from brain to eye muscles... Function: eye movements
Impulses: from brain to external eye muscles... Function: eye mo…
Olfactory (I)
Impulses: from nose to brain... Functions: sense of smell
Optic (II)
Impulses: from I to brain... Functions: vision
12 terms
Cranial Nerves-Anatomy and Physiology
I. Olfactory
II. Optic
III. Oculomotor
IV. Trochlear
Smell... (Sensory)
Sight... (Sensory)
Eyeball direction, lens shape, dilation, eyelid... (Motor)
Motion of the superior oblique (eye)... (Motor)
I. Olfactory
Smell... (Sensory)
II. Optic
Sight... (Sensory)
28 terms
Anatomy & Physiology: Cranial Nerves
Olafactory
Olafactory Nerve
Optic
Optic Nerve
#: I... Type: special sensory... Location: Chemoreceptors in nasal…
#: II... Type: special sensory... Location: from retina to optic tr…
Olafactory
#: I... Type: special sensory... Location: Chemoreceptors in nasal…
Olafactory Nerve
12 terms
Anatomy and Physiology: Cranial Nerves
olfactory
optic
oculomotor
trochlear
1; sensory; smell
2; sensory; sight
3; motor; moves eye
4; motor; moves eye
olfactory
1; sensory; smell
optic
2; sensory; sight
11 terms
Anatomy and Physiology - Cranial Nerves
olfactory
optic
oculomotor
trochlear
sensory to smell (I)
sensory to vision (II)
motor to 4 of the 6 eye muscles and parasympathetic to pupil…
motor to one of the 6 eye muscles (IV)
olfactory
sensory to smell (I)
optic
sensory to vision (II)
12 terms
RHS Anatomy & Physiology: Cranial Nerves
I Olfactory
II Optic
III Oculomotor
IV Trochlear
Deals with smell
Deals with Vision
Deals with moving the eyes and eyelids
Deals with rotating the eyes
I Olfactory
Deals with smell
II Optic
Deals with Vision
12 terms
Anatomy and Physiology (Cranial Nerves)
CN I
CN II
CN III
CN IV
Olfactory Nerve
Optic Nerve
Oculomotor (most movements of eyeball, eyelid, and pupil size)
Trochlear (movement of eyeball)
CN I
Olfactory Nerve
CN II
Optic Nerve
12 terms
RHS Anatomy & Physiology: Cranial Nerves
Olfactory
optic
oculomotor
trochlear
I. smell
II. sight
III. eye movement; raise eyelids; focus lenses
IV. stimulate superior obliques to move eyes
Olfactory
I. smell
optic
II. sight
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Anatomy & Physiology - Cranial Nerves
olfactory
optic
oculomotor
trochlear
sensory nerves for the sense of smell
sensory nerves for the sense of sight
motor nerves for eye movement such as raising eyelids and inv…
motor nerves for voluntary movements of eye muscles
olfactory
sensory nerves for the sense of smell
optic
sensory nerves for the sense of sight
12 terms
Anatomy & Physiology: Cranial Nerves
Olfactory
Optic
Oculomotor
Trochlear
Sensory= Smelling; #1
Sensory= Vision; #2
Motor= Eyeball muscles; #3
Motor= Eyeball muscles; #4
Olfactory
Sensory= Smelling; #1
Optic
Sensory= Vision; #2
12 terms
Anatomy & Physiology: Cranial Nerves
Olfactory
Optic
Oculomotor
Trochlear
sensory nerve for smell
sensory nerve for vision
motor fibers to eye muscles
motor fiber to eye muscles
Olfactory
sensory nerve for smell
Optic
sensory nerve for vision
36 terms
Anatomy and Physiology of Cranial Nerves
Nerve that supplies the medial ocular…
What three corneal structures have no…
What two types of information do long…
What nerves make up the nasociliary ne…
Infratrochlear nerve
Posterior stroma, descemet's, and endothelium
Afferent from the cornea and sympathetic (efferent) to the di…
Long ciliary nerves, short ciliary nerves (as the sensory roo…
Nerve that supplies the medial ocular…
Infratrochlear nerve
What three corneal structures have no…
Posterior stroma, descemet's, and endothelium
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Anatomy and Physiology- Cranial Nerves
Olfactory
Optic
Oculomotor
Trochlear
1. special sensory. sense of smell
2. special sensory. carry visual information from the eyes
3. motor. move the eyeball, control amount of light entering…
4. motor. pulley-shape, attachment of the eyeball
Olfactory
1. special sensory. sense of smell
Optic
2. special sensory. carry visual information from the eyes
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Anatomy and Physiology cranial nerves
XII Hypoglossal nerve
XI Spinal accessory nerve
X Vagus nerve
IX Glossopharyngeal nerve
control muscle of tongue during speech and swallowing
cranial portion skeletal muscles of throat and dost palate sp…
Receives sensations from viscera controls cardiac muscle and…
Swallowing and somatic sensations. Taste on posterior 1/3 of…
XII Hypoglossal nerve
control muscle of tongue during speech and swallowing
XI Spinal accessory nerve
cranial portion skeletal muscles of throat and dost palate sp…
12 terms
Anatomy and Physiology Cranial Nerves
I. Olfactory
II. Optic
III. Oculomotor
IV. Trochlear
- Olfaction... - Smell (special sensory)
Vision
Motor to three muscles of the eye
Motor to one eye muscle
I. Olfactory
- Olfaction... - Smell (special sensory)
II. Optic
Vision
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Cranial Nerves - Anatomy and Physiology
Olfactory (i)
Optic (ii)
Occulomotor (iii)
Trochlear nerve (iv)
Transmits the sense of smell.
Transmits information from the eye's retina
Controls most of the extensive muscles of the eye (that move…
Innervates an extrinsic eye muscle
Olfactory (i)
Transmits the sense of smell.
Optic (ii)
Transmits information from the eye's retina
12 terms
Anatomy and Physiology Cranial Nerves
Olfactory nerve
Optic Nerve
Ocularmotor Nerve
Trochlear Nerve
sensory: smell
sensory: vision
motor: stimulates eye muscles
motor: eye movement (up & down)
Olfactory nerve
sensory: smell
Optic Nerve
sensory: vision
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Cranial Nerves Anatomy and Physiology
Cranial Nerve I
Olfactory
Smell
Cranial Nerve II
Olfactory
smell
Sensory
Optic
Cranial Nerve I
Olfactory
Olfactory
smell
12 terms
Cranial Nerves - Anatomy & Physiology
Olfactory Nerve I
Optic Nerve
Oculomotor III
Trochlear Nerve IV
- SENSORY... - Dendrites and cell body found along septum and su…
- SENSORY only (impulses to brain)... - carries info from retina…
- MOTOR ... - Oculo = "eye"... - begins in midbrain and innervates…
- MOTOR ... - "pulley"... - originates in midbrain and moves eye do…
Olfactory Nerve I
- SENSORY... - Dendrites and cell body found along septum and su…
Optic Nerve
- SENSORY only (impulses to brain)... - carries info from retina…
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Anatomy and Physiology Cranial Nerves
CN I: Olfactory Nerve
CN II: Optic Nerve
CN III: Oculomotor Nerve
CN IV: Trochlear Nerve
entirely sensory!... sense of smell
visual information; entirely sensory
mediate the movements of the eyeball and constriction and dil…
motor nerve; innervates eye movements; somatic motor
CN I: Olfactory Nerve
entirely sensory!... sense of smell
CN II: Optic Nerve
visual information; entirely sensory
48 terms
Anatomy and Physiology: Cranial Nerves
somatic motor
somatic sensory
autonomic (visceral motor)
visceral sensory
general movements done by skeletal muscle
general sensations (not special) touch, pain and temperature
organ movements
sensations that come from the viscera. Chest pain and uteran…
somatic motor
general movements done by skeletal muscle
somatic sensory
general sensations (not special) touch, pain and temperature
12 terms
Anatomy & Physiology- Cranial Nerves
On
Old
Olympus
Towering
Olfactory
Optic
Oculomotor
Trochlear
On
Olfactory
Old
Optic
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Anatomy & Physiology Cranial Nerves
Olfactory (I)
Optic (II)
Oculomotor (III)
Trochlear (IV)
Sensory-... Carry sensory impulses for the sense of smell
Sensory- ... Carry sensory impulses for vision
Motor-... Directing the eyeball
Motor-... Directs eyeball movement
Olfactory (I)
Sensory-... Carry sensory impulses for the sense of smell
Optic (II)
Sensory- ... Carry sensory impulses for vision
12 terms
Anatomy & Physiology: Cranial Nerves
What is the name and function(s) of CN…
What is the name and function(s) of CN…
What is the name and function(s) of CN…
What is the name and function(s) of CN…
- Olfactory nerve... - Sense of smell
- Optic nerve... - Vision
- Oculomotor nerve... - Eye movement
- Trochlear nerve... - Motor to superior oblique muscle
What is the name and function(s) of CN…
- Olfactory nerve... - Sense of smell
What is the name and function(s) of CN…
- Optic nerve... - Vision
45 terms
CRANIAL AND CERVICAL NERVES -ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY
There are 3 major nerve plexuses
CERVICAL PLEXUS
BRACHIAL PLEXUS
LUMBOSACRAL PLEXUS (mixed)
1. Cervical... 2.Brachial... 3. Lumbosacral
C1 to C4
C5 to C8, includes T1 It supplies the muscle and skin and the…
T 12, L1, to L5,S1 to S4 -skin and lower abdominal wall, exte…
There are 3 major nerve plexuses
1. Cervical... 2.Brachial... 3. Lumbosacral
CERVICAL PLEXUS
C1 to C4
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Cranial nerve anatomy & physiology
I Olfactory
II Optic
III Oculomotor
IV Trochlear
Smell, smell interpretation, salivation, sexual stimulation…
Vision, visual acuity, peripheral vision ... Optic disc to opti…
EOMS; upward... Medial... Downward ... Up & in ... Raisin eyelid ... Pupil c…
EOMS: down & in ... Superior oblique muscle of eye ... Motor
I Olfactory
Smell, smell interpretation, salivation, sexual stimulation…
II Optic
Vision, visual acuity, peripheral vision ... Optic disc to opti…
141 terms
Anatomy and Physiology: The Brain and Cranial Nerves
Neural Tube
Telencephalon
Diencephalon
Mesencephalon
The structure from which the brain and spinal cord develop
This embryonic structure develops into the cerebrum and later…
This embryonic structure develops into the thalamus, hypothal…
This embryonic structure forms into the midbrain
Neural Tube
The structure from which the brain and spinal cord develop
Telencephalon
This embryonic structure develops into the cerebrum and later…
68 terms
Anatomy and Physiology: Brain and Cranial Nerves
Cerebrum
Gray Matter
Cell Bodies
Frontal
The center of conscious thought is called the _____.
The cerebrum is composed mainly of _____.
Gray matter is composed mainly of _____.
The motor cortex is located in the _____ lobe.
Cerebrum
The center of conscious thought is called the _____.
Gray Matter
The cerebrum is composed mainly of _____.
68 terms
Anatomy and Physiology: Brain and Cranial Nerves
Cerebrum
Gray Matter
Cell Bodies
Frontal
The center of conscious thought is called the _____.
The cerebrum is composed mainly of _____.
Gray matter is composed mainly of _____.
The motor cortex is located in the _____ lobe.
Cerebrum
The center of conscious thought is called the _____.
Gray Matter
The cerebrum is composed mainly of _____.
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12 Cranial Nerves Anatomy and Physiology
I
Olfactory Nerve ... S or M
Olfactory Nerve
II
Olfactory Nerve
Sensory
Smell
Optic Nerve
I
Olfactory Nerve
Olfactory Nerve ... S or M
Sensory
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Cranial Nerves (Anatomy and Physiology Study)
Olfactory (1)
Optic (2)
Oculomotor (3)
Trochlear (4)
Smell
Vision
Eyeball Movement (starts with o)
Eyeball Movement (starts with t)
Olfactory (1)
Smell
Optic (2)
Vision
68 terms
Anatomy and Physiology: Brain and Cranial Nerves
Cerebrum
Gray Matter
Cell Bodies
Frontal
The center of conscious thought is called the _____.
The cerebrum is composed mainly of _____.
Gray matter is composed mainly of _____.
The motor cortex is located in the _____ lobe.
Cerebrum
The center of conscious thought is called the _____.
Gray Matter
The cerebrum is composed mainly of _____.
44 terms
Anatomy and Physiology: Brain and cranial nerves
Which structures are the dural partiti…
The largest portion of the brain?
The cerebral cortex is the --------- m…
Taste receptors of the anterior tongue…
Falx Cerebri and Falx Cerebelli
Cerebrum
Gray
Facial
Which structures are the dural partiti…
Falx Cerebri and Falx Cerebelli
The largest portion of the brain?
Cerebrum
12 terms
Anatomy and Physiology: Cranial Nerves (function)
olfactory(I)
optic (II)
oculomotor (III)
trochlear(IV)
sensory fibers transmit impulses associated with the sense of…
sensory fibers transmit impulses associated with the sense of…
motor fibers transmit impulses to muscles that raise eyelids,…
motor fibers transmit impulses to move the eyes... sensory fiber…
olfactory(I)
sensory fibers transmit impulses associated with the sense of…
optic (II)
sensory fibers transmit impulses associated with the sense of…
44 terms
Anatomy and Physiology: Brain and cranial nerves
Which structures are the dural partiti…
The largest portion of the brain?
The cerebral cortex is the --------- m…
Taste receptors of the anterior tongue…
Falx Cerebri and Falx Cerebelli
Cerebrum
Gray
Facial
Which structures are the dural partiti…
Falx Cerebri and Falx Cerebelli
The largest portion of the brain?
Cerebrum
12 terms
Anatomy & Physiology: 12 Cranial Nerves
Olfactory
Optic
Oculomotor
Trochlear
Smell (I)
Vision (II)
Movement of eyes, constriction of pupils (III)
Movement of eyes down and in (IV)
Olfactory
Smell (I)
Optic
Vision (II)
Anatomy and Physiology cranial nerves-12
olfactory
optic
oculomotor
trochlear
smell
vision
eye movement
moves eye
olfactory
smell
optic
vision
68 terms
Anatomy and Physiology: Brain and Cranial Nerves
Cerebrum
Gray Matter
Cell Bodies
Frontal
The center of conscious thought is called the _____.
The cerebrum is composed mainly of _____.
Gray matter is composed mainly of _____.
The motor cortex is located in the _____ lobe.
Cerebrum
The center of conscious thought is called the _____.
Gray Matter
The cerebrum is composed mainly of _____.
68 terms
Anatomy and Physiology: Brain and Cranial Nerves
Cerebrum
Gray Matter
Cell Bodies
Frontal
The center of conscious thought is called the _____.
The cerebrum is composed mainly of _____.
Gray matter is composed mainly of _____.
The motor cortex is located in the _____ lobe.
Cerebrum
The center of conscious thought is called the _____.
Gray Matter
The cerebrum is composed mainly of _____.
12 terms
Anatomy and Physiology Lab- cranial nerves
Olfactory
Optic
Oculomotor
Trochlear
carries impulse for sense of smell
carries impulse for visual function
motor fibers to inferior oblique and superior, inferior and m…
motor fibers to superior oblique muscles
Olfactory
carries impulse for sense of smell
Optic
carries impulse for visual function
12 terms
12 Cranial Nerves Anatomy and Physiology
(I) Olfactory Nerve
(II) Optic Nerve
(III) Oculomotor Nerve
(IV) Trochlear Nerve
Sense of smell
Sense of vision
Superior, inferior and medial... movement of the eye
Movement of the eye
(I) Olfactory Nerve
Sense of smell
(II) Optic Nerve
Sense of vision
11 terms
Anatomy and Physiology Cranial Nerves and Functions
Olfactory (I)
Optic (II)
Oculomotor (III)
Trigeminal (V)
Sensory; smell
Sensory; vision
Motor; eye movement
Mixed; provides sensations of forehead, gums, tongue, palate;…
Olfactory (I)
Sensory; smell
Optic (II)
Sensory; vision
16 terms
The Cranial Nerves - Anatomy and Physiology I
Olfactory
Accesory
Oculomotor
Vagus
-Smelling Coffee... -Is damaged in boxing or trauma to the base…
- Shrugging the shoulders... -Is unique in that it has a spinal…
-Raising the eyelid and focusing the lens of the eye for acco…
- Slows the heart: increases the mobility of GI tract... - Fatal…
Olfactory
-Smelling Coffee... -Is damaged in boxing or trauma to the base…
Accesory
- Shrugging the shoulders... -Is unique in that it has a spinal…
68 terms
Anatomy and Physiology: Brain and Cranial Nerves
Cerebrum
Gray Matter
Cell Bodies
Frontal
The center of conscious thought is called the _____.
The cerebrum is composed mainly of _____.
Gray matter is composed mainly of _____.
The motor cortex is located in the _____ lobe.
Cerebrum
The center of conscious thought is called the _____.
Gray Matter
The cerebrum is composed mainly of _____.
68 terms
Anatomy and Physiology: Brain and Cranial Nerves
Cerebrum
Gray Matter
Cell Bodies
Frontal
The center of conscious thought is called the _____.
The cerebrum is composed mainly of _____.
Gray matter is composed mainly of _____.
The motor cortex is located in the _____ lobe.
Cerebrum
The center of conscious thought is called the _____.
Gray Matter
The cerebrum is composed mainly of _____.
12 terms
Anatomy and Physiology: 12 Cranial Nerves
Olfactory Nerve (I)
Optic Nerve (II)
Oculomotor Nerve (III)
Trochlear Nerve (IV)
Sensory. From nasal mucosa to olfactory bulbs extending as ol…
Sensory. Fibres from retina form optic nerve which passes thr…
Motor. 4/6 extrinsic muscles of eye. Superior rectus muscle,…
Motor. Superior oblique muscle
Olfactory Nerve (I)
Sensory. From nasal mucosa to olfactory bulbs extending as ol…
Optic Nerve (II)
Sensory. Fibres from retina form optic nerve which passes thr…
12 terms
Anatomy and Physiology Cranial Nerves - Functions
olfactory
optic
occulomotor
trochlear
Transmits the sense of smell
carries impulses for vision
Eye movement, constriction of pupils, maintains open eye lid
Supplies motor fibers for one external eye muscle
olfactory
Transmits the sense of smell
optic
carries impulses for vision
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