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12 Cranial Nerves12 Cranial Nerves
Glossopharyngeal – tongue and throat, corotid sinus which controls blood pressure. Cranial nerves
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Biology 218 – Human AnatomyBiology 218 – Human Anatomy
Cranial nerves
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Biology 218 – Human AnatomyBiology 218 – Human Anatomy
Cranial nerves
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Cranial Nerves (also see tables and figures in text for details)Cranial Nerves (also see tables and figures in text for details)
Sensory fibers in olfactory epithelium project through olfactory foramina of ethmoid bone to synapse in olfactory bulb; olfactory tract enters cerebral hemispheres and terminates in primary olfactory cortex on medial temporal lobe. Cranial nerves
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On olfactory I some sensory only Old optic II say sensory onlyOn olfactory I some sensory only Old optic II say sensory only
Cranial nerves
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Cranial nerves # Name Type System DistributionCranial nerves # Name Type System Distribution
Cranial nerves
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Anatomy and Physiology II, pccAnatomy and Physiology II, pcc
Nerve- a bundle of neuronal axons and or dendrites and associated connective tissue coursing together outside the central nervous system. Cranial nerves
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The Cranial NervesThe Cranial Nerves
There are twelve cranial nerves, numbered 1 to 12 and ordered from the front to the back of the brain, that primarily transmit sensory information and control motor movements of the face and head. The twelve cranial nerves are. Cranial nerves
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Cranial Nerves & Their Passageways Through the SkullCranial Nerves & Their Passageways Through the Skull
Cranial nerves
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