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By Kenneth P. Moses MD, Pedro B. Nava PhD, John C. Banks PhD, Darrell K. Petersen MBA
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Note the anterior, middle, and posterior cranial fossae, which support the brain, and absence of the left frontal sinus. 4 Cranial Nerves and the Skull Openings through Which They Pass Opening Primary Function Symptoms of Damaged Nerve I Olfactory Cribriform plate Smell Anosmia II Optic Optic canal Vision Visual impairment III Oculomotor Superior orbital fissure Eyeball and upper eyelid movement Ptosis, external strabismus *Pupillary constriction, accommodation Dilated pupil and poor accommodation IV Trochlear Superior orbital fissure Superior oblique Extortion V Trigeminal Ophthalmic nerve [V1] Superior orbital fissure Sensation, eyeball, anterior of scalp, upper part of face Sensory loss to forehead Maxillary nerve [V2] Foramen rotundum Sensation to midface Sensory loss in upper part of cheek Mandibular nerve [V3] Foramen ovale Muscles of mastication, sensation to lower third of face Impaired chewing, loss of sensation to lower jaw VI Abducent Superior orbital fissure Lateral rectus Strabismus VII Facial Internal acoustic meatus—stylomastoid foramen Muscles of facial expression *Secretomotor to lacrimal, nasal, palatine, submandibular, and sublingual glands Facial palsy, weakness *No tearing, dry mouth Loss of taste to anterior two thirds of tongue VIII Vestibulocochlear Internal acoustic meatus Hearing, equilibrium, position in space Deafness and/or loss of balance IX Glossopharyngeal Jugular foramen Sensory to oropharynx, posterior third of tongue, carotid body, and sinus Rarely involved Taste in posterior third of tongue Loss of taste to posterior third of tongue Stylopharyngeus *Parotid gland Dry mouth Jugular foramen Sensory to mucous membrane of larynx, pharynx, trachea, lungs, esophagus, stomach, intestines, gallbladder, and skin around ear Taste: epiglottis region *Cardiac muscle, smooth muscle, and glands of foregut and midgut Impaired cough reflex Cranial root Jugular foramen Muscles of pharynx, larynx, and palate Impaired swallowing, hoarseness (dependent on site of lesion) Spinal root (C1 to C5) Foramen magnum and jugular foramen Sternocleidomastoid and trapezius muscles Impaired head and neck movement, inability to shrug shoulder Hypoglossal Hypoglossal canal Tongue muscles Impaired motor control of tongue and speech X Vagus XI Accessory XII Head and Neck | Skull Cranial nerve *Parasympathetics.
The mandibular nerve [V3] branches to form the meningeal branch, the masseteric (motor) and deep temporal nerves, the nerve to the medial pterygoid (motor), the nerve to the lateral pterygoid (motor), and the auriculotemporal, buccal, lingual, and inferior alveolar nerves. Each of these branches innervates the muscle or region after which it is named. The four largest branches of the mandibular nerve [V3] are the sensory auriculotemporal, buccal, lingual, and inferior alveolar nerves. The auriculotemporal nerve originates from within the infratemporal fossa, travels deep to the neck of the mandible, and provides sensory innervation for the TMJ.
Within the cranial cavity, these vessels join to form the cerebral arterial circle (circle of Willis). The vertebral arteries contribute to the circle by ascending within the transverse foramina of the cervical vertebrae, entering the skull through the foramen magnum, and uniting to form the basilar artery. The basilar artery divides to form two posterior cerebral arteries (see Fig. 4). The internal carotid arteries ascend through the neck, enter the skull through the carotid canal, and join with the posterior cerebral arteries through the posterior communicating artery.