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Human Anatomy Laboratory

by: Thaddeus Shanahan V

Human Anatomy Laboratory IPHY 3415

Thaddeus Shanahan V

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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Thaddeus Shanahan V on Friday October 30, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to IPHY 3415 at University of Colorado at Boulder taught by Staff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 20 views. For similar materials see /class/232081/iphy-3415-university-of-colorado-at-boulder in Physiology at University of Colorado at Boulder.


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Date Created: 10/30/15
Cranial nerves CRANIAL NERVE FORAMINA PERIPHERAL PATHWAY origin and destination FUNCTION Olfactory I cribriform plate olfactory epithelium nose gt olfactory bulbs sensory smell Optic II optic foramen retina gt diencephalon sensory vision Oculomotor superior orbital mesencephalon gt most eye motor eye movement III fissure muscles Trochlear superior orbital mesencephalon gt superior motor eye movement fissure oblique muscle of eye Trigeminal mixed V Ophthalmic superior orbital upper eyelid upper face sensory innervates skin of fissure gt sensory nuclei in pong forehead nose eyebrows amp Maxillary lower eyelid mid face gt lids nasal cavity etc foramen sensory nuclei in pong sensory innervates lower rotundum eyelid upper lip cheek nose Mandibular sensory lower gums teeth etc foramen OVale lips etc gt sensory nuclei pons mixed motor motor nuclei pons gt mow CheWing etc muscles of mastication sensory proprioreceptive info of mastication muscles Abducens superior orbital pons gt lateral rectus muscle motor eye movements VI fissure Facial VII internal pons lt gt facial muscles mixed acoustic meatus anterior tongue motor muscles of scalpear sensory taste deep pressure sensors of face Vestibulo internal inner ear gt pons medulla sensory balance equilibrium cochlear acoustic meatus and hearing VIII Glosso jugular foramne posterior tongue carotid art mixed pharyngeal pharynx lt gt medulla sensory taste blood pressure IX dissolved gas conc motor swallowing Vagus X jugular foramen pinna diaphragm viscera etc mixed lt gt medulla sensory viscera ear pharynx etc motor heart smooth muscle of viscera Spinal jugular foramen medulla spinal cord gt palate motor swallowing neck and Accessory pharynx larynx trapezius back muscles sternocleidomastoid Hypoglossal XII hypo glossal medulla gt muscles of tongue motor tongue musculature


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