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Cranial Nerves memory trick. 1) Olfactory. 2) Optic. 3) Oculomotor. 4) Trochlear. 5) Trigeminal. 6) Abducens. 7) Facial. 8) Vestibulocochlear. 9) Glossopharyngeal. 10) Vagus. 11) Spinal Accessory. 12) Hypoglossal. I'm not sure how much this helps, but I'd never seen this little graphic before, and it is clever. Good luck in school; the job is worth it!


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The motherf#&%¡” Cranial Nerves I felt destroyed after studying the brain stem. I hope this helps guys! I know it isn’t “handwritten” but I did type it! If there are any errors, you know what to do! R. PS1: if you want this chart, send me your email address in a message and i’ll be happy to send you this document :) PS2: I’m sorry for all the swearing. Actually…I’m not… apparently the word “fuck” help me remember stuff better! =)

Summary of Function of Cranial Nerves. 1. Olfactory nerve 2. Optic nerve 3. Oculomotor nerve 4. Trochlear nerve 5. Trigeminal nerve 6. Abducent nerve.


View of the ventral surface of the brain depicting the sites of entry or exit of most of the cranial nerves. Note that the olfactory nerve (cranial nerve [CN] I) is not shown in this illustration and that the trochlear nerve exits the brainstem on the posterior surface and then passes along the exterior of the lower midbrain to enter the cavernous sinus along with CN VI.


The 9th nerve, the glossopharyngeal nerve, has both motor and sensory functions. It is involved with swallowing, salivation, gagging, control of blood pressure, and respiration. It is also involved with the sensation from the posterior 1/3 of the tongue.