Medical Definition of Nervus nasopalatinus

1. A branch from the pterygopalatine ganglion, passing through the sphenopalatine foramen, crossing to and then down the nasal septum, and through the incisive foramen to supply the mucous membrane of the hard palate. Synonym: nervus nasopalatinus. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Nervus Nasopalatinus

nervus jugularis
nervus lacrimalis
nervus laryngeus inferior
nervus laryngeus recurrens
nervus laryngeus superior
nervus lingualis
nervus mandibularis
nervus maxillaris
nervus meatus acustici externi
nervus medianus
nervus mentalis
nervus musculocutaneus
nervus mylohyoideus
nervus nasociliaris
nervus nasopalatinus (current term)
nervus obturatorius
nervus occipitalis major
nervus occipitalis minor
nervus occipitalis tertius
nervus octavus
nervus oculomotorius
nervus ophthalmicus
nervus opticus
nervus palatinus major
nervus pectoralis lateralis
nervus pectoralis medialis
nervus peroneus communis
nervus peroneus profundus
nervus peroneus superficialis

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