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Sensory Cranial Nerves


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I, II, VIII
The 3 purely sensory cranial nerves are CN ______
olfactory
CN I neurons are bipolar and their cell bodies are found in ______ epithelium
I
CN ____ passes through cribriform plate
bulb, tract
Axons of CN I terminate in olfactory ____ and later pass through the olfactory ____ to the brain
CN I
ONLY cranial nerve to reach cortex without synapsing in the thalamus
rhinorrhea
Tearing this nerve via trauma can result in CSF ______
CN II
This cranial nerve unites in the cranial cavity forming a chiasm
retina
Ganglion cells of the ____ make up the optic nerve
internal acoustic meatus
Vestibulocochlear exits the cranial cavity via _________
VIII, temporal
CN ____ divides into vestibular and cochlear branches in the _____ bone
vestibular
Cell bodies of vestibular n. are found in _____ ganglion
nuclei
Central processes from vestibular and cochlear ganglia are sent to their corresponding _____
vestibular apparatus, cochlea
Peripheral processes of vestibular and cochlear cell bodies are sent to the _______ and ______ respectively