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What is a Mnemonic to remember the cranial nerves?
Old Opie Occasionally Tries Trigonometry And Feels Very Gloomy Vague And Hypoactive

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Sensory, Motor, Both
Some Say Marry Money, But My Brother Says Big Brains Matter More
List ALL 12 cranial merves
Olfactory, Optic, Oculomotor, Trochlear, Trigeminal, Abducens, Facial, Vestibulocochlear, Glossopharyngeal, Vagus, Accessory, Hypoglossal
Another helpful study trick:
You have one nose (olfactory)
You have 2 eyes (optic)
3,4,6 makes your eyes do tricks (ocular motor, trochlear, abducens)
5 rhymes with tri (trigemenal)
the #7 can be drawn on your face (facial)
you can make an eight in your ear (acoustic)
9 and 10 both have a "g" (glossopharengeal, vagus)
11 makes your shoulders go to heaven (spinal accessory)
12 hypoglossal
#1
Olfactory
Sensory
Sense of smell
Origin- nasal mucosa
Termination- olfactory bulb
Damage: reduced smell & taste
Does not connect to brainstem, shortest of the 12 nerves
#2
Optic
Sensory
Origin- retina
Termination- visual cortex of brain (occipital lobe)
Damage: loss of field of vision
#3
Oculomotor nerve
- motor
-controls most of the eye's movement, constriction of the pupil, and maintains an open eyelid
origin- midbrain
termination-
Damage=
#4
Trochlear
-motor

origin-
termination-superior oblique muscle
#5
Trigeminal
-mixed
#6
Abducens
-motor
#7
Facial
-mixed
#8
vestibulocochlear
sensory
#9
glossopharyngeal
both
#10
vagus
both
#11
accessory
motor
#12
hypoglossal
motor