In our BRAND-NEW anatomy learning series, we pick apart tough-to-learn anatomical concepts, breaking them down into easy-to-follow chunks over several videos.
In the first in our series on the cranial nerves, Complete Anatomy medical content writer Olivia examines Cranial Nerve I (the olfactory nerve), and how it’s intrinsic to our sense of smell.
By the end of this short video, you will be able to:
- Identify the olfactory nerve, and discuss its course.
- Know the nerves that make up this pathway, and the function of the olfactory system.
- Understand how injury may occur to the olfactory nerve.
Learning anatomy has never been easier and more engaging than with Complete Anatomy!
So that’s it! Stay tuned for our second video in this series, where Dr. Chukwudi Ekomaru will explore CN II (the Optic Nerve) in detail. Make sure to head over to our Youtube channel and Subscribe to see it first!