Pathology/Histology Test Kit 6D: Cranial nerves
26 Vials $87
are the nerves that emerge directly from the brain (including the
brainstem), in contrast to spinal nerves (which emerge from segments
of the spinal cord). Cranial nerves relay information between the
brain and parts of the body, primarily to and from regions of the
head and neck.
PH6D 03 Cranial
Nerve II Left Optic Nerve Involved in transmitting visual information.
PH6D 05 Cranial
Nerve III Left Oculomotor Nerve Involved in eye movement.
PH6D 07 Cranial
Nerve IV Left Trochlear Nerve Involved in eye movement.
PH6D 09 Cranial
Nerve V Left Trigeminal Nerve Involved in sensation to the skin of
the face and also controls the muscles of chewing.
PH6D 11 Cranial
Nerve VI Left Abducens Nerve Involved in eye movement.
PH6D 13 Cranial
Nerve VII Left Facial Nerve Provide facial expression
PH6D 15 Cranial
Nerve VIII Left Vestibulocochlear Nerve Involved in hearing and balance.
PH6D 17 Cranial
Nerve IX Left Glossopharyngeal Nerve Involved in oral sensation, taste,
PH6D 19 Cranial
Nerve X Left Vagus Nerve Involved in parasympathetic control of the
heart, lungs and digestive tract.
PH6D 21 Cranial
Nerve XI Left Accessory Nerve Involved in shoulder elevation and head-turning
PH6D 23 Cranial
Nerve XII Left Hypoglossal Nerve Involved in tongue movement.
PH6D 25 Cranial
Nerve XIII Left Zero Nerve Thought either to be vestigial, so without
function, or may be related to the sensing of pheromones. Also called
Nerve N, / NT