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  1. Hypoglossal
  2. Accessory
  3. Hypoglossal Nerve
  4. Optic nerve
  5. Facial
  6. Trochlear Nerve
  7. Glossopharyngeal Nerve
  8. Trochlear
  9. Abducens Nerve
  10. Glossopharyngeal
  11. Abducens
  12. Trigeminal
  13. Olfactory
  14. Oculomotor
  15. Nerves by #: The Vagus nerve is nerve number:
  16. Accessory Nerve
  17. Vestibulocochlear
  18. Vagus
  1. a 10 Transmit impulses to muscles associated with speech, swallowing, the heart, smooth muscles of visceral organs in the thorax and abdomen.
  2. b 9th cranial nerve responsible for taste and regulation of carotid blood pressure
  3. c Testing: The ability of the eyes to follow a moving object tests this nerve:
  4. d 10.
  5. e 12 Tongue movements
  6. f 5 Sensations of the head, face,scalp, teeth. Chewing movements, and muscle sense.
  7. g 1. Smell
  8. h 11 Turning movements of the head, movements of the shoulder and viscera, voice production.
  9. i 2 Sense of sight.
  10. j 3 Movement of eyeball. Pupil constriction. Raise eyelids, move eyes, regulate the size of pupils, focus of lenses.
  11. k 9 Sense of taste & swallowing, pharynx contraction. Secretion of saliva, aid in reflex control of blood pressure and respiration.
  12. l This is the 6th cranial nerve. It is resposible for eyeball movement laterally:
  13. m This nerve controls the tongue. Assess: Speech: have the patient stick out the tongue to test this nerve:
  14. n 6 Eye movement.
  15. o Testing: The ability of a Pt. to say "ahhhh" or to move their head up and down tests damage to this Cranial Nerve:
  16. p 8 Sense of hearing and equilibrium.
  17. q 4 Eye movement, proprioception.
  18. r 7 Contractions of facial muscles, facial expressions, secretion of saliva, taste.