Medical Definition of Nervus ciliaris longus

1. One of two or three branches of the nasociliary nerve, which by-pass the ciliary ganglion, supplying post-synaptic sympathetic fibres for the dilator pupillae muscle and sensory fibres for the ciliary muscles, iris, and cornea. Synonym: nervus ciliaris longus. (05 Mar 2000)

Lexicographical Neighbors of Nervus Ciliaris Longus

nervus antebrachii posterior
nervus articularis
nervus auricularis magnus
nervus auricularis posterior
nervus auriculotemporalis
nervus axillaris
nervus buccalis
nervus canalis pterygoidei
nervus cardiacus cervicalis inferior
nervus cardiacus cervicalis medius
nervus cardiacus cervicalis superior
nervus caroticotympanicus
nervus caroticus internus
nervus cervicalis superficialis
nervus ciliaris brevis
nervus ciliaris longus (current term)
nervus coccygeus
nervus cochlearis
nervus communicans fibularis
nervus communicans peroneus
nervus cutaneus
nervus cutaneus antebrachii lateralis
nervus cutaneus antebrachii medialis
nervus cutaneus antebrachii posterior
nervus cutaneus brachii lateralis inferior
nervus cutaneus brachii lateralis superior
nervus cutaneus brachii medialis
nervus cutaneus brachii posterior
nervus cutaneus dorsalis intermedius
nervus cutaneus dorsalis lateralis

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