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supply nerves to (some organ or body part)

stimulate to action

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The DSN was reported to innervate the LS only in 48% of the cases described by Nguyen et al.
Caption: The implantable sphenopalatine ganglion stimulator is thought to work by blocking signals to the postganglionic parasympatheic fibers, which innervate facial structures.
In addition to the characteristic responses with relatively simple morphology of neurons with club-like endings, we estimate that more than 40 TG neurons surround and innervate a limited belt zone at the neck of the floating ringwulst.
MGAs most commonly innervate the FDI and the hypothenar muscles.
Spinal stenosis is characterized by the narrowing of the canal of the spinal cord and of the base of the nerve roots, and at the areas where the nerve roots emit the spine to innervate the tissues.
The nerve bundles of the zygomatic branch of the facial nerve course through this area to innervate the orbicularis oculi muscle.
Enters the orbit through the superior orbital fissure within the annulus of Zinn to innervate the lateral rectus muscles.
Tibial nerve branches also innervate flexor digitorum longus and flexor hallucis longus, both of which flex the toes and plantar flex the foot, though mostly in a non-weight-bearing position.
buccal neurons B19 and B110, although activated during different feeding pattern phases, innervate largely the same muscle groups.
The text starts with material on the relationships between motorneurons and the muscle fibers they innervate and the concept of motor unit types.
The sensory neurons synapse on the alpha motor neurons within the spinal cord that innervate the muscle that was stretched.
Two branches of the vagus nerve innervate the larynx: the upper laryngeal nerve and the recurrent laryngeal nerve.
Three pairs of nuclei occupying different levels of the brainstem contain the somatic ocular motor neurons that directly innervate the EOMs (Figure 1).
In this special issue of the Journal of Psychology and Christianity, you will find a rich and vibrant panorama of articles to pique your interest, innervate your clinical thinking and animate your consideration of psychoanalytic treatments.