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Lecture 6: Cranial Nerves
Stem-> leads to altered location of cranial nerve nuclei in adult brain stem. 1. Cranial Nerve Nuclei: Nucleus = column of neuron cell bodies.
The 12 cranial nerves can be divided into sensory, motor, or mixed nerves.
nuclei of the cranial nerves were given by Muratoff (1893), Weidenhammer.
1. PURPOSE Cranial nerves are components of the peripheral
the third cranial nerve originates from the oculomotor nucleus in the midbrain and controls four eye muscles, as well as a muscle responsible for lifting the eyelid.
bilaterally, the salivatory nuclei, the cuneate nuclei of the upper cervical segments, and other cranial nerve nuclei.

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Lab 4: Cranial Nerves & Nuclei
Independent of the Lab, the web site presents a comprehensive graphic tutorial of basic information about canine cranial nerves & nuclei.
Cranial nerve - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Number, Name, Sensory, Motor or Both, Origin, Nuclei, Function. 0, Cranial nerve zero (CN0 is not traditionally recognized.
Brainstem nuclei of cranial nerves
Cranial Nerves and Nuclei I
Cranial Nerve Nuclei - Stroke -
Jan 27, 2009 These include cranial nerves III, IV, V, VI, VII, VIII, IX, X, XI and XII. Examples: Cranial nerve IX has its nucleus in the medulla.

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