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Parasympathetic Division
...  neurons to form a connection between spinal and cranial nerves, all the way to the terminal ganglia. The preganglions are cell bodies located in the oculomotor nerve, brainstem, vagus nerve, facial nerve, glossopharyngeal nerve, and in the spinal cord. The terminal ganglia are found in the walls of the target organs at the pelvis, thorax and abdomen or in the head. Preganglionic neurons  ...

Abducens Nerve
...  body, one for each eye. This pair is the sixth of the cranial nerves and it is composed of motor fibers. It leaves the brainstem at the junction of the medulla and pons. It is located medial to the facial nerve. For it to reach the eye, it runs upward and then bends forward. How does the nerve work? After emerging from the brainstem, the nerve enters the subarachnoid space. Damage to the length  ...


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