nervus


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A Very Rare Type of Neuralgia: Nervus Intermedius Neuralgiai.
Abnormal distribution of the nervus dorsalis scapulae, and of certain of the intercostal nerves.
Pain caused by pressure to the Nervus medianus must be clearly distinguished from pain caused by pressure to the lung 10 acupoint at the edge of the Metacarpale I and pain caused by pressure to the large intestine 4 acupoint above the M.
Development of the nervus terminalis: origin and migration.
The Donald Steward Trophy team were in control for most of the match until they took a nervus dip of nine shots at 20 ends but recovered over the final stage to win by 14 shots.
Graham Lee, who enjoyed "the thrill of a lifetime" when finishing third on Amberleigh House in the Grand National, was to be found dancing the night away to the Nervus Rex Band and `Planet 2000' disco on the opposite side of the Pennines on Saturday night.
Ultimately, Singer speculates, we may be on the road back to the environment of old Europe, "where wealth and military capability went hand in hand: Pecunia nervus belli (Money nourishes war).
Her argument usefully complements Patricia Parker's essay, "Virile Style," which focuses on the Latin nervus as a keyword in the transmission of the Roman literary tradition that valued a virile, masculine style over a more "effeminate," Ciceronion one.
The cervical plexus consists of the ventral primary divisions of the first four cervical spinal nerves and gives rise to (1) the muscular branches, including the phrenic nerve and nervus descendens cervicalis, as well as (2) the sensory branches, including the lesser occipital, transverse cutaneous, supraclavicular, and great auricular nerves.
The patient had bilateral nervus abducens paralysis and a prominent bilateral vertical nystagmus.
Ein abnormer verlauf des nervus medianus vor dem m.
NERVOUS In the 1400s a nervous person was actually "sinewy and vigorous" - as the Latin word nervus applied to both sinews and nerves.