Definition of Nervus spinalis
1. Noun. Any of the 31 pairs of nerves emerging from each side of the spinal cord (each attached to the cord by two roots: ventral and dorsal).
Terms within: Dorsal Horn, Dorsal Root, Anterior Horn, Anterior Root, Ventral Horn, Ventral Root
Generic synonyms: Nerve, Nervus
Specialized synonyms: Anterior Crural Nerve, Femoral Nerve, Nervus Femoralis, Nervus Phrenicus, Phrenic Nerve, Cervical Nerve, Coccygeal Nerve, Nervus Coccygeus, Lumbar Nerve, Sacral Nerve, Thoracic Nerve
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Literary usage of Nervus spinalis
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1. An Introduction to neurology by Charles Judson Herrick (1918)
"... nervus spinalis Fig. 45.—Left lateral aspect of a human brain from which the cerebral hemisphere (with the exception ..."