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).




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Nervus Spinalis

nervus peroneus superficialis
nervus petrosus major
nervus petrosus minor
nervus petrosus profundus
nervus phrenicus
nervus plantaris lateralis
nervus plantaris medialis
nervus presacralis
nervus pterygoideus
nervus radialis
nervus saccularis
nervus saphenus
nervus sciaticus
nervus spinalis (current term)
nervus spinosus
nervus splanchnicus imus
nervus splanchnicus major
nervus splanchnicus minor
nervus stapedius
nervus statoacusticus
nervus subclavius
nervus subcostalis
nervus sublingualis
nervus suboccipitalis
nervus supraclavicularis intermedius
nervus supraclavicularis lateralis
nervus supraclavicularis medialis
nervus supraorbitalis

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 ..."

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