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Cranial Nerve. Who am I?

Published: Aug. 30, 2017
Case No. 97
Author: M00se
CASE SCENARIO

This cranial nerve is responsible for the transmission of sound and equilibrium information from the inner ear to the brain. It consists of mostly bipolar neurons which split into two large divisions.

QUESTION

What's the name, the type, the foramen and the number of this nerve?

Vestibulocochlear Nerve, Sensory, Internal acoustic meatus, 8
Vagus Nerve, Both, Jugular foramen, 10
Hypoglossal, Motor, Hypoglossal canal,12
Trochlear, Motor, Superior orbital foramen, 4
Oculomotor, Motor, Superior orbital fissure, 3