Definition of Hypoglossals
1. hypoglossal [n] - See also: hypoglossal
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Literary usage of Hypoglossals
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Quain's Elements of Anatomy by Jones Quain, Allen Thomson, George Dancer Thane (1882)
"Lastly, in common niA other nerves, the hypoglossals are supposed to have a crossed comma the brain through the pyramidal tracts. ..."
2. Principles of human physiology by William Benjamin Carpenter, Henry Power (1864)
"side of the tongue to follow section of the hypoglossals, the effect being still more marked when the linguals were also divided.* The Vaso-motor nerves are ..."
3. Injuries of Nerves and Their Consequences by Silas Weir Mitchell (1872)
"... since Vulpian* thinks he has proved that in the case of the intercommunication of the right and left hypoglossals pointed out by Hyrtl, ..."
4. A Text-book of human physiology: Designed for the Use of Practitioners and by Austin Flint (1881)
"... which proves that section of the hypoglossals destroys not only the movements necessary to mastication, but also those of deglutition. ..."
5. Surgery, Its Principles and Practice by William Williams Keen (1906)
"... such as the blood-vessels, phrenics, hypoglossals, fascia, tendons, and muscles, is of less importance. It is well to remember certain exceptional ..."
6. Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal (1851)
"After division of the hypoglossals at the throat, the motor and sensorial powers of the tongue are not entirely lost. When drawn out of the mouth, ..."