Medical Definition of Radix nervi facialis

1. Fibres running from the facial motor nucleus upward to the facial colliculus where they curve around the abducens nucleus and then pass peripherally between the superior olive and sensory nucleus of the trigeminal, to emerge as the facial nerve from the pontomedullary groove. Synonym: radix nervi facialis. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Radix Nervi Facialis

radix dorsalis
radix facialis
radix graminis
radix inferior ansae cervicalis
radix inferior nervi vestibulocochlearis
radix lateralis nervi mediani
radix lateralis tractus optici
radix linguae
radix longa ganglii ciliaris
radix medialis nervi mediani
radix medialis tractus optici
radix mesenterii
radix motoria
radix nasi
radix nasociliaris
radix nervi facialis (current term)
radix oculomotoria ganglii ciliaris
radix parasympathica ganglii ciliaris
radix pili
radix point
radix posterior
radix pulmonis
radix sensoria
radix sensoria ganglii ciliaris
radix sensoria ganglii pterygopalatini
radix sensoria nervi trigemini
radix sort
radix sorts
radix superior ansae cervicalis

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