cranial nerves Archive

A Brief Description of the cranial nerves

Here i have described about the cranial nerves their function and their supply to respective structures. Cranial nerves are important Nerves of the Head and Neck region having both Motor and Sensory function. Apart from the Vagus nerve which supply to the Other organs of the body, all other nerves supply to the Head and [&hellip

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The 12 cranial nerves

Cranial nerves: These are so called because they emerge through the foramina or fissures in the cranium and are covered by tubular sheaths derived from the cranial meninges. The cranial nerves are bundles or sensory (or) motor fibers that inervate muscles (or) glands, carry impulses from sensory receptors, (or) show a combination of both motor [&hellip

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