Human head and neck Vestibulocochlear nerve

Biol 1152l name Ear, Hearing, Equilibrium Day & Lab time Written by Dr. Diane Day Pre-Lab ExerciseBiol 1152l name Ear, Hearing, Equilibrium Day & Lab time Written by Dr. Diane Day Pre-Lab Exercise
You should be familiar with the following terms before coming to lab. Look up the functions of each of the following structures. Vestibulocochlear nerve
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Cranial nerves & Cranial nerve nuclei Superficial attachements of Cranial nerves : olfactory optic Oculomotor & trochlear Nerves Nerves : III : Oculomotor N. Eye movements brought about by the extraocular musclesCranial nerves & Cranial nerve nuclei Superficial attachements of Cranial nerves : olfactory optic Oculomotor & trochlear Nerves Nerves : III : Oculomotor N. Eye movements brought about by the extraocular muscles
T. s of midbrain at the level of sup colliculus to illustrate the pathway of pupillary light reflex. Vestibulocochlear nerve
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Overview tilting of the head to one side, away from its normal orientation with the body and limbs Usually associated with disorders of the vestibular systemOverview tilting of the head to one side, away from its normal orientation with the body and limbs Usually associated with disorders of the vestibular system
Usually associated with disorders of the vestibular system, which maintains the pet's normal sense of balance. Vestibulocochlear nerve
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