LIST OF NAMES OF NERVES, THEIR BRANCHES, TRUNKS, BUNCHES, PARTS, ROOTS, LOOPS, TEXTURES

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LIST OF NAMES OF NERVES, THEIR BRANCHES, TRUNKS, BUNCHES, PARTS, ROOTS, LOOPS, TEXTURES

The list is the annex to article Nerves .

The list of names is provided in alphabetical order on PNA, JNA, BNA; also nek-ry terms entering the PNA lists which are periodically revised on the international congresses of anatomists and the nek-ry outdated names which are found in literature are included.

In sections the references to the terms placed in alphabetical order in the same list, and also (italics) of the reference to independent articles, devoted to separate nerves and textures, placed in the corresponding volumes are given (a direct font).

Generic names of nervous educations (ramus, truncus, fasciculus, partes, radix, ansa, plexus) in the list are kept except for the word nervus, a cut in the section «Nerves» (at names of the nerves given by a bold-face type) is lowered.

Fig. 1. Nerves of the head and a neck, on the right and a little in front (a part of temporal and wedge-shaped, frontal and malar bones, and also the right half of a mandible are removed): 1 — a phrenic nerve; 2 — a brachial plexus; 3 — supraclavicular nerves; 4 — a cervical loop; 5 — the lower root of a cervical loop; 6 — a cervical plexus; 7 — a hypoglossal nerve; 8 — an eleventh cranial nerve; 9 — Submandibular branches of a lingual nerve; 10 — a maxillary hypoglossal nerve; 11 — the facial nerve (is cut off); 12 — a nerve of outside acoustical pass; 13 — an ear and temporal nerve; 14 — a mandibular nerve; 15 — a trifacial (a sensitive root); 16 — medial and lateral branches of a supraorbital nerve; 17 — a supratrochlear nerve; 18 — an optic nerve; 19 — a maxillary nerve; 20 — an infraorbital nerve; 21 — outside nasal branches of an infraorbital nerve; 22 — upper lip branches of an infraorbital nerve; 23 — a drum string; 24 — a buccal nerve; 25 — the lower alveolar nerve; 26 — a lingual nerve; 27 — lingual branches of a lingual nerve; 28 — hypoglossal branches of a lingual nerve; 29 — an upper root of a cervical loop.
Fig. 2. Nerves of the head, right, from within (sagittal cut of front departments of a skull and cut of back departments slanting, inclined forward): 1 — a maxillary hypoglossal nerve; 2 — a lingual nerve; 3 — the lower alveolar nerve; 4 — a small palatal nerve; 5 — a big palatal nerve; 6 — a medial alate nerve; 7 — big and small palatal nerves; 8 — the lower back nasal branches from a pterygopalatine node; 9 — nasal branches of a front trellised nerve; 10 — olfactory nerves; 11 — lateral upper back nasal branches from a pterygopalatine node; 12 — a mandibular nerve; 13 — a deep stony nerve; 14 — a meningeal branch of a maxillary nerve; 15 — a meningeal branch of a mandibular nerve; 16 — a motive root of a trifacial; 17 — a sensitive root of a trifacial; 18 — a big stony nerve; 19 — a small stony nerve; 20 — a nerve of the muscle straining a tympanic membrane; 21 — a drum string; 22 — a facial nerve; 23 — ushno - a temporal nerve; 24 — an ear node; 25 — a pterygopalatine node. Fig. 3. Nerves of a neck, on the right (the right half of a mandible is removed): 1 — a vagus nerve; 2 — outside sleepy nerves; 3 — an internal sleepy nerve; 4 — a glossopharyngeal nerve; 5 — an internal sleepy texture; 6 — a hypoglossal nerve; 7 — an outside sleepy texture; 8 — the general sleepy texture; 9 — a sympathetic trunk; 10 — an upper cervical cardiac nerve.
Fig. 4. Nerves of a neck, in front of (muscles of a neck and vessels are partially removed): 1 — an upper cervical node; 2 — the lower node of a vagus nerve; 3 — a glossopharyngeal nerve; 4 — upper cervical cordial branches of an upper guttural nerve; 5 — a vagus nerve; 6 — a recurrent guttural nerve; 7 — the lower cervical cordial branches from a vagus nerve; 8 — a brachial plexus; 9 — an upper guttural nerve; 10 — a hypoglossal nerve; 11 — a sympathetic trunk.
Fig. 5. Cutaneous nerves of the right cervical plexus (the hypodermic muscle of a neck is partially removed): 1 — a big ear nerve; 2 — a small occipital nerve; 3 — a big occipital nerve; 4 — an upper branch of a cross nerve of a neck; 5 — the lower branch of a cross nerve of a neck; 6 — medial supraclavicular nerves; 7 — intermediate supraclavicular nerves; 8 — lateral (back) supraclavicular nerves; 9 — a cross nerve of a neck. Fig. 6. Nerves of a neck and a belt of an upper extremity, a cervical and brachial plexus on the right (the clavicle and a big pectoral muscle, and also superficial muscles of a neck are partially removed): 1 — an eleventh cranial nerve; 2 — a hypoglossal nerve; 3 — front skin branches (chest) intercostal nerves; 4 — medial and lateral chest nerves; 5 — a long chest nerve; 6 — mezhreberno - humeral nerves; 7 — a medial bunch of a brachial plexus; 8 — a lateral bunch of a brachial plexus; 9 — a brachial plexus; 10 — a phrenic nerve; 11 — a vagus nerve.
Fig. 7. Nerves of a hip (right), front and medial surfaces (muscles of a hip are partially removed, the front wall of the bringing channel is opened): 1 — a locking nerve; 2 — front and back branches of a locking nerve; 3, 4 — muscular nerves; 5 — a skin branch of a locking nerve; 6 — a skin branch of a femoral nerve; 7 — branches to skin; 8 — subpatellar branches of a hypodermic nerve; 9, 10 — hypodermic nerves; 11 — muscular branches (to an intermediate wide muscle of a hip); 12 — muscular branches (to a lateral wide muscle of a hip); 13 — the front skin branch (is cut off) from a femoral nerve; 14 — a femoral nerve; 15 — a lateral cutaneous nerve of a hip.
Fig. 8. Nerves of front and lateral surfaces of a shin, a dorsum and lateral edge (the long fibular muscle and a long razgibatel of fingers are cut and partially removed): 1 — a deep fibular nerve; 2 — a medial back cutaneous nerve; 3 — a deep fibular nerve; 4 — back manual nerves of foot; 5 — a lateral back cutaneous nerve; 6 — lateral calcaneal branches of a lateral back cutaneous nerve; 7 — a sural nerve; 8 — an intermediate back cutaneous nerve; 9, 11 — a superficial fibular nerve; 10 — muscular branches of a deep fibular nerve; 12 — the general fibular nerve.
Fig. 9. Belly and pelvic parts of a vegetative (autonomous) nervous system, in front: 1 — a celiac texture; 2 — an upper mesenteric texture; 3 — the lower mesenteric node; 4 — the lower mesenteric texture; 5 — an upper hypogastric texture; 6 — the lower left hypogastric texture; 7 — a sacriplex; 8 — a pryamokishechny texture; 9 — sacral nodes of a sympathetic trunk; 10 — the lower right hypogastric texture; 11 — a belly aortal texture; 12 — a renal texture; 13 — an upper mesenteric node.
Fig. 10. Cutaneous nerves of the right half of a trunk and upper extremity, behind (poluskhematichno): 1 — lateral skin branches from back branches of chest nerves; 2 — supraclavicular nerves (a branch of a cervical plexus); 3 — an upper lateral cutaneous nerve of a shoulder (a branch of an axillary nerve); 4 - lateral skin branches from back branches of chest nerves; 5 — lateral skin branches (chest) from intercostal nerves; 6 — a back cutaneous nerve of a shoulder; 7 — a back cutaneous nerve of a forearm; 8 — a lateral cutaneous nerve of a forearm; 9 — a superficial branch of a beam nerve; 10 — back manual nerves; 11 — a back branch of an elbow nerve; 12 — a medial cutaneous nerve of a forearm; 13 — a medial cutaneous nerve of a shoulder. Fig. 11. Cutaneous nerves of the right half of a trunk and upper extremity in front: 1 — own palmar manual nerves from a median nerve; 2 — a superficial branch of a beam nerve; 3 — a palmar branch of a median nerve; 4 — a lateral cutaneous nerve of a forearm; 5 — a back cutaneous nerve of a shoulder; 6 — an upper lateral cutaneous nerve of a shoulder; 7 — a medial cutaneous nerve of a shoulder; 8 — supraclavicular nerves; 9 — the lower branch of a cross nerve of a neck; 1 about — front skin branches (chest) intercostal nerves; 11 — lateral skin branches (chest) intercostal nerves; 12 — a medial cutaneous nerve of a forearm; 13 — a palmar branch of an elbow nerve; 14 — a superficial branch of an elbow nerve; 15 — the general palmar manual nerves from an elbow nerve; 16 — the general palmar manual nerves from a median nerve; 17 — own palmar manual nerves from an elbow nerve. Fig. 12. Nerves of a trunk, neck, the head, shoulder behind (superficial muscles of a back are removed on the right): 1 — a small occipital nerve; 2 — a big occipital nerve; 3,4 — back branches of chest nerves; 5 — an upper lateral cutaneous nerve of a shoulder; in — upper branches of buttocks from back branches of lumbar nerves; 7 — average branches of buttocks from back branches of sacral nerves; 8 — back branches of lumbar nerves; 9 — medial skin branches from back branches of chest nerves; 10 — lateral branches from back branches of cervical nerves; 11 — a big ear nerve. Fig. 13. Cutaneous nerves of a front surface of a neck, trunk, upper third of a shoulder, hip: 1 — a cross nerve of a neck; 2 — supraclavicular nerves; 3 — an upper lateral cutaneous nerve of a shoulder; 4 — a medial cutaneous nerve of a shoulder; 5 — lateral skin (chest and belly) branches of intercostal nerves; 6 — a front skin branch of an iliohypogastric nerve; 7 — a femoral branch femoral on - lovogo a nerve; 8 — a dorsal nerve of a penis; 9 — a front scrotal nerve; 10 — front skin branches of a femoral nerve; 11 — skin branches of a locking nerve; 12 — an ilioinguinal nerve; 13 — a lateral cutaneous nerve of a hip; 14 — a lateral skin branch of an iliohypogastric nerve; 15 — front skin (belly) branches of intercostal nerves; 16 — front skin (chest) branches of intercostal nerves.

Nerves (nervi)

1. Abducens (PNA, JNA, BNA) which is taking away a nerve; synonym of the VI steam of cranial nerves. Began about: nuci. n. abducentis. m. rectus lat innervates. an eyeglobe (see. The taking-away nerve).

2. Accessorius (PNA, JNA, BNA), eleventh cranial nerve; these. XI pair of cranial nerves, n. Willisii. Beginning: nuci, ambiguus and nuci, spinalis of the item accessoria I of N of N of e p in and p y e t mm. sternocleidomastoideus, trapezius (see. Eleventh cranial nerve).

3. Acusticus, acoustical nerve; see Vesti-bulocochlearis.

4. Alveolares superiores (PNA, BNA), upper alveolar (upper alveolar) nerves; synonym of rr. alveolares maxillares posteriores (JNA). Beginning: item infraorbitalis. Innervates teeth, gums and alveoluses of an upper jaw.

5. Alveolaris inferior (PNA, BNA), lower alveolar (lower alveolar) nerve; synonym of alveolaris mandibularis (JNA). Beginning: item mandibularis. And the N - irritates m. mylohyoideus and t. digastricus (venter ant.), skin of a chin and under lip, teeth, gum and alveoluses of a mandible *

6. Alveolaris mandibularis, a mandibular alveolar nerve, see Alveolaris inferior.

7. Ampullae posterioris, a nerve of a back webby ampoule, see Ampullaris posterior.

8. Ampullaris anterior (PNA), front ampullar nerve; synonym: n. ampullaris superior (BNA), of ampullae superioris (JNA). Beginning: n. utriculoampullaris. The ampullar comb of a front webby ampoule innervates.

9. Ampullaris inferior, the lower ampullar nerve, see Ampullaris posterior.

10. Ampullaris lateralis (PNA, BNA), lateral ampullar nerve; synonym: of ampullae lateralis (JNA), r. ampullae posterioris. Beginning: n. utriculoampulla-ris. The ampullar comb of a lateral webby ampoule innervates.

11. Ampullaris posterior (PNA), back ampullar nerve; synonym: n. ampullaris inferior (BNA), n. ampullae posterioris (JNA). Beginning: n. utriculoampullaris. The ampullar comb of a back webby ampoule innervates.

12. Ampullaris superior, an upper ampullar nerve, see Ampullaris anterior.

13. Anales, anal nerves, see Rectales inferiores.

14. Anococcygei (PNA, BNA), zadneprokhodno-coccygeal nerves; synonym of nn. ano-coccygici (JNA). Beginning: nn. coccy-gei. Innervate skin in the field of a tailbone and between a tailbone and an anus.

15. Anococcygici, zadneprokhodno-coccygeal nerves, see Anococcygei.

16. Auriculares anteriores (PNA, BNA), front ear nerves; synonym of nn. auriculares temporales (JNA). Beginning: n. auriculotemporalis. Innervate skin of the forefront of an auricle *

17. Auriculares temporales, temporal ear nerves, see Auriculares anteriores.

18. Auricularis magnus (PNA, JNA, BNA), big ear nerve. H and h and l of the lake - plexus cervicalis. Innervates skin behind an ear, skin of an auricle and the tail of side area of the person.

19. Auricularis posterior (PNA, BNA), back ear nerve; synonym of n. retroauricula-ris (JNA). Beginning: item facialis. And the N - irritates venter occipitalis m. occipitofrontalis, mm. auriculares post, et sup., transversus auriculae, obliquus auriculae, antitragicus.

20. Auriculotemporalis (PNA, JNA, BNA), ear and temporal nerve. Beginning: n. mandibularis. Innervates skin of temporal area, a concave surface of an auricle, a front wall of outside acoustical pass, an outer surface of a tympanic membrane, a temporal and mandibular joint, a parotid sialaden.

21. Autonomicus (visceralis) (PNA), autonomous (splanchnic) nerve, autonomic nerve. Beginning: from the wandering and sympathetic nerves; takes part in formation of vegetative neuroplexes.

22. Axillaris (PNA, JNA, BNA), axillary (axillary) nerve; synonym of the item circumflexus humeri (brachii). Beginning: fasc. post, (brachial plexus). And the N - irritates a shoulder joint, mm. deltoideus, teres minor, skin of a lateral surface of a shoulder.

23. Buccalis (PNA, JNA), buccal nerve; synonym of n. buccinatorius (BNA). Beginning: item mandibularis. Innervates skin of a cheek and a corner of a mouth, a mucous membrane of a cheek.

24. Buccinatorius, a buccal nerve, see Buccalis.

25. Canalis pterygoidei, a nerve of the alate channel, see Canalis pterygoidei (radix facialis).

26. Canalis pterygoidei (radix facialis) (PNA), nerve of the alate channel (front root); synonym of the item canalis pterygoidei (JNA), item canalis pterygoidei (Vidii) (BNA), n. Vidii. The short nerve which is formed merge of the item petrosus major et n. petrosus profundus. Approaches gangl, pterygopala-tinum where carries out parasympathetic and sympathetic fibers.

27. Canalis pterygoidei (Vidii), a nerve of the alate channel (vidiyev), see Canalis pterygoidei (radix facialis).

28. Capitales, head nerves, see Craniales (encephalici).

29. Cardiaci thoracici (PNA), chest

cardiac nerves. Beginning: upper

chest truncus sympathicus nodes. Participate in formation of plexus cardiacus.

30. Cardiacus caudalis, a caudal cardiac nerve, see Cardiacus cervicalis inferior.

31. Cardiacus cervicalis inferior (PNA), lower cervical cardiac nerve; synonym of the item cardiacus inferior (BNA), item cardiacus caudalis (JNA). Beginning: gangl, cervico-thoracicum (stellatum). Participates in formation of plexus cardiacus.

32. Cardiacus cervicalis medius (PNA),

average cervical cardiac nerve; synonym of the item cardiacus medius (JNA, BNA). H a-ч and l of o: gangl,

cervicale medium trunci sympathici. Participates in formation of plexus cardiacus.

33. Cardiacus cervicalis superior (PNA),

upper cervical cardiac nerve; synonym: item cardiacus cranialis (JNA), item cardiacus superior (BNA). Beginning: gangl,

cervicale sup. Participates in formation of plexus cardiacus.

34. Cardiacus cranialis, a cranial cardiac nerve, see Cardiacus cervicalis superior.

35. Cardiacus inferior, the lower cardiac nerve, see Cardiacus cervicalis inferior.

36. Cardiacus medius, an average cardiac nerve, see Cardiacus cervicalis medius.

37. Cardiacus superior, an upper cardiac nerve, see Cardiacus cervicalis superior.

38. Carotici externi (PNA, JNA, BNA), outside sleepy nerves. Beginning: gangl, cervicale sup. Form plexus caro-ticus ext.

39. Caroticotympanici (PNA, JNA), caroticotympanic nerves; synonym of nn. caroticotympanici superior et inferior (BNA). Branches of plexus caroticus int., following to plexus tympanicus.

40. Caroticotympanicus inferior, the lower caroticotympanic nerve, see Caroticotympanici.

41. Caroticotympanicus superior, an upper caroticotympanic nerve, see Caroticotympanici.

42. Caroticus internus (PNA, JNA, BNA), internal sleepy nerve. Beginning: gangl, cervicale sup. Forms plexus caroticus internus.

43. Cavernosi clitoridis (PNA), cavernous nerves of a clitoris; synonym: n. cavernosus clitoridis major (BNA), nn. cavernosi clitoridis minores (BNA), n. corporis cavernosi clitoridis major (JNA), nn. corporis cavernosi clitoridis minores (JNA). Beginning: plexus hypogastricus inf. (plexus pelvinus). Cavernous bodies of the clitoris innervate.

44. Cavernosi clitoridis minores, small cavernous nerves of a clitoris, see Cavernosi clitoridis.

45. Cavernosi penis (PNA), cavernous nerves of a penis; synonym: n. cavernosus penis major (BNA), nn. cavernosi penis minores (BNA), n. corporis cavernosi penis major (JNA), nn. corporis cavernosi penis minores (JNA). Beginning: plexus hypogastricus inf. (plexus pelvinus). Innervate cavernous bodies of a penis and an urethra.

46. Cavernosi penis minores, small cavernous nerves of a penis, see Cavernosi penis.

47. Cavernosus clitoridis major, a big cavernous nerve of a clitoris, see Cavernosi clitoridis.

48. Cavernosus penis major, a big cavernous nerve of a penis, see Cavernosi penis.

49. Cerebrales, brain nerves, see Craniales (encephalici).

50. Cervicales (PNA, JNA, BNA), cervical nerves. Are formed by merge of ventral and back roots of cervical segments of a spinal cord. Are divided for of ventrales (ant.), plexus cervicalis participating in formation and plexus brachialis, and rr. dorsales (post.), an also the shell and connecting branches.

51. Cervicalis descendens, the descending cervical nerve, see Inferior radix (ansae cervicalis).

52. Ciliares breves (PNA. JNA, BNA), short ciliary nerves. H and h and l about: gangl, ciliare. And N of N of e r in and r at yu t of a cover of an eyeglobe, an iris, mm. ciliaris, sphincter pupillae, dilatator pupil-

  • 53. Ciliares longi (PNA. JNA. BNA), long ciliary nerves. Beginning: from n. nasociliaris. Innervate a sclera and a choroid of an eyeglobe.

54. Circumflexus humeri (brachii) surrounding a shoulder a nerve see Axillaris.

55. Clunium caudales, caudal nerves of buttocks, see Clunium inferiores.

56. Clunium craniales, cranial nerves of buttocks, see Clunium superiores.

57. Clunium inferiores (PNA, BNA),

lower nerves of buttocks, synonym of nn. clunium caudales (JNA). Beginning: n,

cutaneus femoris post. And N of N of e p in and p y yu t skin of the medial bottom of a rump.

58. Clunium medii (PNA, JNA, BNA), average nerves of buttocks. Began about: lateral branches of back branches of three upper sacral spinal nerves. And N of N of e r in and r at yu t skin of sacral area.

59. Clunium superiores (PNA, BNA),

upper nerves of buttocks; synonym of nn, clunium craniales (JNA). Beginning: lateral

ny branches of back branches of three upper lumbar spinal nerves. And N - irritate skin of a verkhnelateralny part of a rump.

60. Coccygeus (PNA, BNA), tailbone

vy nerve: synonym of n. coccygicus (JNA). H and - h and l about: connection of front and back

roots of a coccygeal segment of a spinal cord. mm innervates skin in the field of a tailbone, and also. coccygeus et levator ani.

61. Coccygicus, a coccygeal nerve, I eat * Coccygeus.

62. Cochleae, a nerve of a snail, see Cochlearis pars.

63. Corporis cavernosi clitoridis major,

a big nerve of a cavernous body of the clitoris, see Cavernosi clitoridis.

64. Corporis cavernosi clitoridis minores, small nerves of a cavernous body of the clitoris, see Cavernosi clitoridis.

65. Corporis cavernosi penis major, a big nerve of a cavernous body of a penis, see Cavernosi penis.

66. Corporis cavernosi penis minores, small cavernous nerves of a penis, see Cavernosi penis.

67. Craniales (encephalici) (PNA), cranial nerves: synonym: nn. cerebrales (BNA), nn. capitales (JNA). Beginning: motive kernels of a brain trunk (motor nerves) or nerve knots (sensory nerves). Distinguish 12 pairs of cranial nerves, to-rye necks, a vagus nerve — within a neck, chest and belly area, see Olfactorii (I), Opticus (II), Oculomotorius (III), Tro-chlearis (IV), Trigeminus (V), Abducens (VI), Facialis (VII), Vestibulocochlearis (VIII), Glossopharyngeus (IX), Vagus (X), Accessorius (XI), Hypoglossus (XII) extend in anatomic formations of the head, partially (cm. Cranial nerves).

68. Cruralis, a femoral nerve, see Femoralis.

69. Cutaneus antebrachii dorsalis, a dorsal cutaneous nerve of a forearm, see

Cutaneus antebrachii posterior.

70.

Cutaneus antebrachii lateralis (PNA), lateral nerve of a forearm; synonym: n. cutaneus antibrachii lateralis (BNA), n. cutaneus antebrachii radialis (JNA). Beginning: n. musculocutaneus. And the N -

irritates skin of a beam surface of a forearm.

71.

Cutaneus antebrachii medialis (PNA), medial cutaneous nerve of a forearm; synonym: n. cutaneus antibrachii medialis (BNA), n. cutaneus antebrachii ulnaris (JNA). H and h and l of o: fasc. medialis (brachial plexus). Innervates skin of an elbow surface of a forearm.

72.

Cutaneus antebrachii posterior (PNA), back cutaneous nerve of a forearm; synonym: n. cutaneus antibrachii dorsalis

(BNA), n. cutaneus antebrachii dorsalis

'(JNA). Beginning: n. radialis. Innervates skin of a dorsum of a forearm.

73. Cutaneus antebrachii radialis, a beam cutaneous nerve of a forearm, see Cutaneus antebrachii lateralis.

74. Cutaneus antebrachii ulnaris, an elbow cutaneous nerve of a forearm, see Cutaneus antebrachii medialis.

75. Cutaneus antibrachii dorsalis, a dorsal nerve of a forearm, see Cutaneus antebrachii posterior.

76. Cutaneus antibrachii lateralis, a lateral nerve of a forearm, see Cutaneus antebrachii lateralis.

77. Cutaneus antibrachii medialis, a medial cutaneous nerve of a forearm, see Cutaneus antebrachii medialis.

78. Cutaneus brachii dorsalis, a dorsal cutaneous nerve of a shoulder, see Cutaneus brachii posterior.

79.

Cutaneus brachii lateralis superior (PNA, BNA), upper lateral cutaneous nerve of a shoulder; synonym of n. cutaneus brachii radialis (JNA). Beginning: n. axillaris.

Innervates skin of a lateral surface of a shoulder.

80. Cutaneus brachii medialis (PNA, BNA), medial cutaneous nerve of a shoulder; synonym of n. cutaneus brachii ulnaris (JNA). Beginning: fasc. medialis (brachial plexus). Innervates skin of a medial surface of a shoulder.

81.

Cutaneus brachii posterior (PNA, BNA), back cutaneous nerve of a shoulder; synonym of n. cutaneus brachii dorsalis (JNA). H a-ч and l of o: n. radialis. Innervates

skin of a back surface of a shoulder.

82. Cutaneus brachii radialis, a beam cutaneous nerve of a shoulder, see Cutaneus brachii lateralis superior.

83. Cutaneus brachii ulnaris, an elbow cutaneous nerve of a shoulder, see Cutaneus brachii medialis.

84. Cutaneus colli, a cutaneous nerve of a neck, see Transversus colli.

85.

Cutaneus dorsalis intermedius (PNA), intermediate back cutaneous nerve; synonym of n. cutaneus dorsalis intermedius (pedis) (BNA), n. cutaneus dorsi pedis medius (JNA). Beginning:

n. peroneus (fibularis) superficialis. Innervates skin of fingers (the back lateral surface of the III finger, the back IV and back medial surfaces of the V finger).

86. Cutaneus dorsalis intermedius (pedis), an intermediate back cutaneous nerve (feet), see Cutaneus dorsalis intermedius.

87. Cutaneus dorsalis lateralis (PNA), lateral back cutaneous nerve; synonym: n. cutaneus dorsalis lateralis (pedis) (BNA), n. cutaneus dorsi pedis fibularis (JNA). Beginning: n. suralis. Innervir ut skin in a lateral part of an anklebone, lateral edge of foot (back lateralnog surfaces IV and V fingers) together with ns cutaneus dorsalis intermedius.

88. Cutaneus dorsalis lateralis (pedis), a lateral back cutaneous nerve (feet), see Cutaneus dorsalis lateralis.

89. Cutaneus dorsalis medialis (PNA), medial back cutaneous nerve; synonym: n. cutaneus dorsalis medialis (pedis) (BNA), n. cutaneus dorsi pedis tibialis (JNA). Beginning: n. peroneus (fibularis) superficialis. Innervates skin of the back of foot, medial surface of the I finger, a back and lateral surface of II and back and medial surfaces of the III finger.

90. Cutaneus dorsalis medialis (pedis), a medial back cutaneous nerve (feet), see Cutaneus dorsalis medialis.

91. Cutaneus dorsi pedis fibularis, a fibular cutaneous nerve of the back of foot, see, Cutaneus dorsalis lateralis.

92. Cutaneus dorsi pedis medius, an average cutaneous nerve of the back of foot, see Cutaneus dorsalis intermedius.

93. Cutaneus dorsi pedis tibialis, tibial skin seals of the back groans, see

Cutaneus dorsalis medialis^ 94. Cutaneus femoris dorsalis, a dorsal cutaneous nerve of a hip, see Cutaneus femoris posterior.

95. Cutaneus femoris fibularis, a fibular cutaneous nerve of a hip, see Cutaneus femoris lateralis.

96.

Cutaneus femoris lateralis (PNA, BNA), lateral cutaneous nerve of a hip; synonym of n. cutaneus femoris fibularis (JNA). Beginning: plexus lumbalis. Inner

believes skin of a lateral surface of a hip.

97.

Cutaneus femoris posterior (PNA, BNA), back cutaneous nerve of a hip; synonym of the item, cutaneus femoris dorsalis (JNA). H and h a-l o: plexus sacralis. Innervates

skin of the bottom of a rump and back surface of a hip.

98. Cutaneus surae fibularis, a fibular cutaneous nerve of caviar, see Cutaneus surae lateralis.

99. Cutaneus surae lateralis (PNA, BNA), lateral cutaneous nerve of caviar; synonym of n. cutaneus surae fibularis (JNA). Beginning: n. peroneus (fibularis) communis. Innervates skin of back and lateral surfaces of a shin.

100.

Cutaneus surae medialis (PNA, BNA), medial cutaneous nerve of caviar; synonym of n. cutaneus surae tibialis (JNA). H a-ч and l of o: n. tibialis. Innervates

skin of the bottom of a back surface of a shin.

101. Cutaneus surae tibialis, a sural nerve, see Cutaneus surae medialis.

102. Depressor (BNA), depressor; a synonym the nerve lowering blood pressure. Beginning: n. vagus. Participates in formation of noncardiac neuroplexes.

103. Diaphragmaticus, a phrenic nerve, see Phrenicus.

104. Digitales dorsales (PNA), back

manual nerves; synonym: nn. digitales dorsales (n. radialis) et nn. digitales dorsales (n. ulnaris) (BNA), nn. digitales manus dorsales (JNA). Beginning:

r. superficialis n. radialis and from r, dorsalis n. ulnaris. Innervates skin of a dorsum of proximal phalanxes of fingers.

105. Digitales dorsales hallucis fibularis et digiti secundi tibialis, back manual nerves, a fibular nerve of a thumb and a tibial nerve of the II finger of foot, see Digitales dorsales hallucis lateralis et digiti secundi medialis.

106.

Digitales dorsales hallucis latera lis et digiti secundi medialis (PNA, BNA), back manual nerves, lateral nerve of a thumb of foot and medial nerve of the II finger; synonym: nn. digitales dorsales, hallucis fibularis et digiti secundi tibialis (JNA). Beginning:

n. peroneus (fibularis) profundus. Innervate skin of the surfaces of I and II fingers of foot turned to each other.

107. Digitales dorsales (n. radialis), back manual nerves (a beam nerve), see Digitales dorsales.

108. Digitales dorsales (n. ulnaris), back manual nerves (an elbow nerve), see Digitales dorsales.

109.

Digitales dorsales pedis (PNA, JNA, BNA), back manual nerves of foot. Beginning: lateral branch

of n. cutaneus dorsalis medialis, n. cutaneus dorsalis intermedius and n. cutaneus dorsalis lateralis. III, IV and V fingers of foot innervate skin of a back and lateral surface.

110. Digitales manus dorsales, back manual nerves of a brush, see Digitales dorsales.

111.

Digitales palmares communes (PNA), general palmar manual nerves; synonym: nn. digitales volares communes (n. mediani) et nn. digitales volares communes (n. ulnaris) (BNA), nn. digitales volaree communes (JNA). Beginning:

n. media nus and n. ulnaris; are divided into nn. digitales palmares proprii. Innervate skin of palmar surfaces of fingers of a brush (372 fingers — n. medianus, V/2 of a finger — n. ulnaris).

112. Digitales palmares proprii (PNA), own palmar manual nerves;

synonym: nn. digitales volares proprii (JNA), nn. digitales volares proprii (n. mediani) et nn. digitales volares proprii (n. ulnaris) (BNA). Beginning: n. medianus and

n. ulnaris. Innervate skin of a palmar surface (37 g of a finger — n. medianus, 17 g of a finger — the item ulnaris).

113.

Digitales plantares communes (PNA, JNA, BNA), general bottom manual nerves. Beginning: nn.

plan taris med. et plantaris lat.: are divided into nn. digitales plantares proprii. And N - irritate skin of bottom surfaces of fingers.

114. Digitales plantares proprii (PNA * JNA, BNA), own bottom manual nerves. Beginning: nn. digitales plantares communes. Innervate skin of bottom surfaces of fingers, mm. lumbricales, flexor digiti minimi brevis, opponens digiti minimi, interosseus IV.

115. Digitales volares communes, the general palmar manual nerves, I eat. Digitales palmares communes.

116. Digitales volares communes (n. mediani), the general palmar manual nerves (median nerve), see Digitales palmares communes.

117. Digitales volares communes (n. ulnaris), the general palmar manual nerves (an elbow nerve), see Digitales palmares communes.

118. Digitales volares proprii, own palmar manual nerves, see Digitales palmares proprii.

119. Digitales volares proprii (n. mediani), own palmar manual nerves (median nerve), see Digitales palmares proprii.

120. Digitales volares proprii (n. ulnaris), own palmar manual nerves (an elbow nerve), see Digitales palmares proprii.

121.

Dorsalis clitoridis (PNA, JNA, BNA), dorsal (back) nerve of a clitoris. Beginning: n. pudendus. And the N -

irritates skin of a clitoris, cavernous bodies, a deep cross muscle of a crotch, a sphincter and a mucous membrane of an urethra.

122. Dorsalis penis (PNA, JNA, BNA),

dorsal (back) nerve of a penis. Beginning: n. pudendus. To Inna r-

in and p at e of t skin of a penis, cavernous bodies, a deep cross muscle of a crotch, a sphincter and a mucous membrane of an urethra.

123.

Dorsalis scapulae (PNA, JNA, BNA), dorsal (back) nerve of a shovel. Beginning: plexus brachialis.

mm innervates. levator scapulae et rhomboidei.

124. Erigentes, nerves exciting an erection see Splanchnici pelvini (erigentes).

125. Ethmoidalis anterior (PNA, BNA), front trellised nerve; synonym of n. ethmoi-deus anterior (JNA). Beginning: n. naso-ciliaris. Innervates a mucous membrane of a nasal cavity, a frontal sinus and skin of a tip of a nose.

126. Ethmoidalis posterior (PNA, BNA),

back trellised nerve; synonym of n. etlimoi-deus posterior (JNA). Beginning:

n. na-sociliaris. And N of N of e p in and p y e of t a mucous membrane of back cells of a bosom of a sievebone and a wedge-shaped bosom.

127. Ethmoideus anterior, a front trellised nerve, see Ethmoidalis anterior.

128. Ethmoideus posterior, a back trellised nerve, see Ethmoidalis posterior.

129. Facialis (PNA, JNA, BNA), the person

howl a nerve; synonym of the VII steam of cranial nerves. Beginning: nuci. n. facialis. And N of N of e r ~

in and p at e of t mimic face muscles, muscles of an auricle, m. stapedius, platysma, venter post. m. digastrici (see. Front feather).

130. Femoralis (PNA, JNA, BNA), femoral nerve; synonym of the item cruralis. Beginning: plexus lumbalis. Innervates skin of a front surface of a hip, the medial surface of a shin and medial edge of foot, front group of muscles of a hip (see. Femoral nerve)

of i 131. Fibularis communis," general fibular nerve, cm of Peroneus (fibularis) communis.

132. Fibularis profundus, deep fibular nerve, cm „Peroneus (fibularis) profundus.

133. Fibularis superficialis, a superficial fibular nerve, see Peroneus (fibularis) superficialis.

134. Frontalis (PNA, JNA, BNA), frontal nerve. Beginning: n. ophthalmicus.

Innervates skin of area of a forehead, an upper eyelid and a root of a nose, a dacryocyst and a conjunctiva of an upper eyelid.

135. Gangliosus, a nodal nerve, see Sympathies truncus.

136. Genitocruralis, a polovobedrenny nerve, see Genitofemoralis.

137. Genitofemoralis,

(PNA, JNA, BNA), genitocrural nerve; synonym of genitocruralis. Beginning: plexus lumbalis.,

Innervates skin of a scrotum (big vulvar lips), a dartos, m. cremaster n skin of a verkhnemedialny surface of a hip.

138. Glossopharyngeus (PNA, BNA),

glossopharyngeal nerve; synonym: IX pair of cranial nerves, n. glossopharyngicus (JNA). Beginning: gangl. sup. et gangl. inf.

(sensitive fibers), from nuci, ambi-g'uus (motive fibers) and nuci, salivatorius inf. (parasympathetic fibers). Innervates a firm meninx, a mucous membrane of a drum cavity, throat and a back third of language, a palatine tonsil, m. stylopharyngeus and a parotid sialaden (see. Glossopharyngeal nerve).

139. Glossopharyngicus, a glossopharyngeal nerve, see Glossopharyngeus.

140. Glutaeus caudalis, a caudal buttock nerve, see Gluteus inferior.

141. Glutaeus cranialis, a cranial buttock nerve, see Gluteus superior.

142. Glutaeus inferior, the lower buttock nerve, see Gluteus inferior.

143. Glutaeus superior, an upper buttock nerve, see Gluteus superior.

144. Gluteus inferior (PNA), lower buttock nerve; synonym of n. glutaeus inferior (BNA), item glutaeus caudalis (JNA). H and h a-l o: plexus sacralis. mm innervates. gluteus maximus, quadratus femoris, gemelli et obturatorius internus, capsule of a hip joint.

145. Gluteus superior (PNA), upper

buttock nerve; synonym: n. glutaeus superior (BNA), n. glutaeus cranialis (JNA). H a-ч and l of o: plexus sacralis. Innerv

are rut by mm. glutei medius et minimus, tensor fasciae latae.

146. Haemorrhoidales inferiores, the lower hemorrhoidal nerves, see Rectales inferiores.

147. Haemorrhoidales medii (BNA), average pryamokishechny nerves; synonym of nn. rectales caudales (JNA). Beginning:

plexus pudendus (nervosus). Innervate a rectum.

148. Haemorrhoidales superiores (syste-matis sympathici) (BNA), upper pryamokishechny nerves (sympathetic system); synonym of nn. rectales craniales (JNA). Set of the nerves beginning from plexus mesentericus inf. and the forming plexus rectalis sup. B PNA are not allocated with the separate term.

149. Hypogastricus (dexter et sinister)

(PNA), hypogastric (right and left) nerve. Beginning: plexus hypogastricus sup.

Connects plexus hypogastricus sup. et inf.

150. Hypoglossus (PNA, JNA, BNA),

hypoglossal nerve; synonym of the XII steam of cranial nerves. Beginning: motive

kernel of n. hypoglossi. Together with cervical nerves forms a cervical loop (ansa cervicalis). And N of N of e r in and p y e of t of a muscle of language, and at the expense of a cervical loop — mm. geniohyoideus, sternohyoideus, omohyoideus, sternothyroideus (see. Hypoglossal nerve).

151.

Iliohypogastricus (PNA, JNA, BNA), iliohypogastric nerve. H a-ч and l of o: plexus lumbalis. And N of N of e p in both

p y-e t skin above and medialny a superficial abdominal ring and area of a pubis, mm. obliquus abdominis externus, obliquus abdominis internus, transversus abdominis.

152. Ilioingumalis (PNA, JNA, BNA), ilioinguinal nerve. Began o: plexus lumbalis. And N of N of e p in and p y e t skin of area of a pubis, root of a penis (forefront of big vulvar lips), a medial half of inguinal area and the verkhnemedialny site of a hip, lower parts of muscles of a front abdominal wall (mm. obliqui abdominis ext. et int., transversus abdominis).

153. Infraorbitalis (PNA, JNA, BNA),

infraorbital (nizhneglaznichny) nerve. Beginning: n. maxillaris. Innerv

rut skin and a conjunctiva of a lower eyelid, skin of a cheek, a side surface of a nose, an upper lip, a mucous membrane of an upper lip, a nasal cavity, genyantrum, upper gums and teeth.

154. Infratrochlearis (PNA, JNA, BNA),

subpubic nerve. Beginning:

n. naso-ciliaris. The dacryocyst, ^ a conjunctiva of an upper eyelid innervates.

155. Intercostales, intercostal nerves, see Ventrales rami.

156. Intercostobrachiales (PNA, JNA, BNA), intercostal and humeral nerves. O 6-will be undressed by the connection r. ventralis, n. thoracicus II (sometimes I and III) with n. cutaneus brachii medialis. Innervate skin of axillary area and the medial surface of a shoulder.

157. Xntermediofacialis, promezhutochnolitsevy a nerve — the general name of the item facialis and the item intermedius.

158. Intermedius (PNA, JNA, BNA), intermediate nerve; synonym of n. Wrisbergi. Beginning: nuci, salivatorius sup. in a myelencephalon (parasympathetic secretory fibers), in gangl, geniculi (sensitive fibers). Innervates the lacrimal gland, submandibular and hypoglossal sialadens, glands of a mucous membrane of a nasal cavity, the sky, a mouth floor.

159.

Interosseus (antebrachii) anterior (PNA), front interosseous nerve (forearms); synonym: n. interosseus (antibrachii) volaris (BNA), n. interosseus antebrachii volaris (JNA). Beginning: n. medianus.

Innervates beam and elbow bones, a radiocarpal joint (in front of) mm. flexor pollicis longus, flexor digitorum profundus (partially), pronator quadratus.

160. Interosseus antebrachii dorsalis, a dorsal (back) interosseous nerve of a forearm, see Interosseus (antebrachii) posterior.

161.

Interosseus (antebrachii) posterior (PNA), back interosseous nerve (forearms); synonym of n. interosseus (antibrachii) dorsalis (BNA), n. interosseus antebrachii dorsalis (JNA). Beginning:

r. profundus n. radialis. Innervates beam and elbow bones, an interosseous membrane of a forearm, a radiocarpal joint (behind).

162. Interosseus antebrachii volaris, a palmar interosseous nerve, see Interosseus (antebrachii) anterior.

163. Interosseus (antibrachii) dorsalis, a dorsal (back) interosseous nerve of a forearm, see Interosseus (antebrachii) posterior.

164. Interosseus (antibrachii) volaris,

a palmar interosseous nerve, see Interosseus (antebrachii) anterior.

165.

Interosseus cruris (PNA, JNA, BNA), interosseous nerve of a shin. H a-ч and l of o: n. tibialis. Innervates

a back surface of a tibial bone, an interosseous membrane of a shin, an ankle joint.

166. Ischiadicus (PNA, JNA, BNA), sciatic nerve. H and h and l about:

plexus sac ralis. Muscles of a back surface of a hip, coxofemoral and knee joints, and the leading branchs nn innervates. tibialis et peroneus (fibularis) communis — skin, joints, bones and muscles of a shin and foot (see. Sciatic nerve).

167. Jacobsoni, a drum nerve (Jacobson), see Tympanicus.

168. Jugularis (PNA, JNA, BNA), jugular nerve. The beginning from gangl, cervicale sup. Carries out sympathetic nerves to gangl. sup. item, vagi and gangl. inf. item, glossopharyngei.

169. Labiales, lip nerves, see Labiales posteriores.

170. Labiales anteriores (PNA, BNA), front lip nerves (big vulvar lips), synonym of rr. labiales (n. ilioingui-nalis) (JNA). Began about: item ilioinguina-lis. Innervate skin of big vulvar lips.

171. Labiales posteriores (PNA, BNA),

back lip nerves (big vulvar lips), synonym of nn. labiales (JNA). H and is scarlet h about: nn. perineales. Innervate

skin of big vulvar lips.

172. Lacrimalis (PNA, JNA, BNA),

the lacrimal nerve. Beginning:

n. ophthal micus. Innervates the lacrimal gland, a conjunctiva of an upper eyelid.

173. Laryngeus inferior (PNA, BNA), lower guttural nerve; synonym of the item laryngicus caudalis (JNA). Beginning: item laryngeus recurrens. Innervates a mucous membrane of a throat below phonatory bands, muscles of a throat.

174. Laryngeus recurrens (PNA), cart

vratny guttural nerve; synonym of the item recurrens (JNA, BNA). Beginning: item vagus.

Participates in formation of cardiac plexuses, gives branches to a trachea, a gullet and a throat.

175. Laryngeus superior (PNA, BNA),

upper guttural nerve; synonym of n. laryngicus cranialis (JNA). Beginning: gangl,

inf. n. vagi. And the N irritates a mucous membrane of a throat above phonatory bands, a root of language and a throat (partially), mm. cricothyroideus, constrictor pharyngis inferior.

176. Laryngicus caudalis, a caudal guttural nerve, see Laryngeus inferior.

177. Laryngicus cranialis, a cranial guttural nerve, see Laryngeus superior.

178. Lingualis (PNA, JNA, BNA), lingual nerve. Beginning: n. mandibularis.,

Innervates a mucous membrane (lobbies * / z) language, a bottom of an oral cavity and a pharynx.

179. Lumbales (PNA, JNA, BNA), lumbar nerves. Are formed by merge of ventral and back roots of lumbar segments of a spinal cord. Are divided into rr. dorsales (post.), the innervating muscles of lumbar department of a backbone, and rr. ventrales (ant.), the forming plexus lumbalis and truncus lumbosacralis,

180. Lumboinguinalis, lumbar pakhovy a nerve, see Femoralis ramus.

181. Mandibularis (PNA, JNA, BNA), mandibular nerve. Is the third branch of n. trigeminus. Innervates face skin below a corner of a mouth, an under lip, a mucous membrane of a cheek, a mouth floor, language, the lower gum and teeth, temporal and mandibular. joint, masseters, sialadens.

182. Massetericus (PNA, JNA, BNA),

masticator nerve. Beginning:

n. man dibularis. The temporal and mandibular joint, m. masseter innervates.

183. Masticatorius (BNA), masticator nerve. The part of the item mandibularis innervating masseters.

184. Maxillaris (PNA, JNA, BNA), maxillary nerve. Is the second branch of the item trigeminus. Innervates a firm meninx, face skin above a corner of a mouth, a mucous membrane of a cheek, an upper lip, a genyantrum, bottom of a nasal cavity, upper gingivas and teeth.

185.

Meatus acustici externi (PNA, JNA), nerve of outside acoustical pass; synonym of n. meatus auditorii externi (BNA). Beginning: n. auriculotemporalis. And the N -

irritates a wall of outside acoustical pass and an outer surface of a tympanic membrane.

186. Meatus auditorii externi, a nerve of outside acoustical pass, see Meatus acustici externi.

187. Medianus (PNA, JNA, BNA), median nerve. Beginning: fasc. med.,

et lat. (brachial plexus). And N of N of e r-in and p at e of t elbow and radiocarpal joints, bones of a forearm and a wrist, skin of a beam surface of a wrist, a palm, I,

II, III fingers and beam side of the IV finger, a muscle of flexion group of a forearm (except m. flexor carpi ulnaris and a medial half of t. flexor digitorum profundus), muscles of an eminence of a thumb (except t. adductor pollicis and deep head of t. flexor pollicis brevis), vol. of lumbricales I, II (see. Median nerve).

188. Meningeus (medius), a median Meningeal (shell) nerve, see Meningeus (medius) ramus.

189. Mentalis (PNA, JNA, BNA), mental nerve. Beginning:

n. alveo laris inf. Innervates skin of a chin and an under lip.

190. Musculi eoeeygici (JNA), nerve of a coccygeal muscle. Beginning:

n. puden dus. Innervates the muscle (m. coccygeus) of the same name.

191. Musculi levatoris ani (JNA), a nerve

of the muscle lifting an anus. Beginning: n. pudendus.

Rut Innerv odnoimennuyu muscle (m. levator ani).

192. Musculi tensons tympani, an inner

believes m. tensor tympani, see Tensoris tympani.....

193. Musculi tensoris veli palatini, innervates m. tensor veli palatini, see Tensoris veli palatini.

194.

Musculocutaneus (PNA, JNA, BNA), musculocutaneous nerve; synonym of n. perforans (Gasseri). Beginning: fasc. lat,

(brachial plexus). mm innervates. coracobrachialis, biceps brachii et m. brachialis, an elbow joint and skin of a beam part of a front surface before -

195. Mylohyoideus (PNA, JNA, BNA), maxillary hypoglossal nerve. Beginning: n. alveolaris inferior. Innervates skin of a chin and area of a mandible, m. mylohyoideus et venter ant. t. digastrici.

196. Nasociliaris (PNA, JNA, BNA),

nosoresnichny nerve. Beginning:

n. ophthalmicus. Innervates skin of a root and tip of a nose, a conjunctiva of an upper eyelid, a dacryocyst, an eyeglobe, a mucous membrane of a nasal cavity, frontal and wedge-shaped bosoms.

197. Nasopalatina (PNA, JNA), nose

palatal nerve; synonym of n. nasopalatinus (Scar-paradise) (BNA). Beginning: gangl,

pterygo-palatinum. Innervates a mucous membrane of a nasal partition and the forefront of a hard palate.

198. Nasopalatinus (Scarpae), a nasopalatine nerve (Scarps), see Nasopalatinus.

199. Nervorum, nerves of nerves. H and -

h and l about: in nerves from

the bunches making them and from perivazalny neuroplexes of the vessels accompanying nerves. Vnutristvol-ny vessels and covers of nerves innervate.

200. Obturatorius (PNA, JNA, BNA),

locking nerve. Beginning:

plexus lumbalis. Innervates skin of a medial surface of a hip, a hip joint, mm. obturatorius ext., adductor longus, adductor brevis, adductor magnus, gracilis, partially pectineus.

201. Obturatorius accessorius, dobavoch

ny locking nerve (non-constant). Beginning: plexus lumbalis. Inner

believes m. pectineus.

202.

Occipitalis major (PNA, JNA, BNA), big occipital nerve. H a-ч and l of o: n. cervicalis II, from its back

branch. Innervates skin of occipital area.

203.

Occipitalis minor (PNA, JNA, BNA), small occipital nerve. Began about: plexus cervicalis. Innervates skin occipital and the tail temporal areas, an upper part of an auricle.

204.

Occipitalis tertius (PNA, JNA, BNA), third occipital nerve. Began about: n. cervicalis III, is its back branch. Innervates skin of occipital area.

205. Octavus, the Eighth cranial nerve, see Vestibulocochlearis.

206. Oculomotorius (PNA, JNA, BNA),

third cranial nerve; synonym of the III steam of cranial nerves. Beginning: nuclei

of the item oculomotorii (motive fibers) and from nuci, accessorius (parasympathetic fibers) on average a brain. And N a nerve and-p at e of t of a muscle of an eyeglobe (except m. obliquus sup., t. rectus lat.), t. levator palpebrqe sup., vol. of sphincter pupillae et ciliaris (see. Third cranial nerve).

207. Olfactorii (PNA, BNA), olfactory nerves; synonym of the I steam of cranial nerves. Beginning: from sensory cells in a mucous membrane of a nasal cavity also go to cells of bulbus olfactorius. And N - irritate a mucous membrane of olfactory area of a nasal cavity (see. Olfactory nerve).

208. Ophthalmicus (PNA, JNA, BNA), optic (orbital) nerve. Is the first branch of n. trigeminus. Innervates a firm meninx, skin of area of a forehead, a root of a nose, upper eyelid, a conjunctiva of an upper eyelid, a dacryocyst and the lacrimal gland, a mucous membrane of back cells of a bosom of a sievebone, front department of a nasal partition, a lateral wall of a nasal cavity, wedge-shaped and frontal bosoms, an eyeglobe.

209. Opticus (PNA, BNA), viewer

ny nerve; synonym: II pair of cranial nerves, fasc. opticus (JNA). Beginning: cells

of a ganglionic layer of a retina. Fibers of a nerve carry out photoirritations to a great brain (see. Optic nerve).

210. Palatini minores (PNA), small

palatal nerves; synonym: n. palatinus minor (JNA), item palatinus posterior (BNA). H a-ч and l of o: gangl, pterygopalatinum. And N -

irritate a mucous membrane of a soft palate, mm. levator veli palatini et uvulae.

211. Palatinus anterior, a front palatal nerve, see .Palatinus major.

212. Palatinus major (PNA, JNA), pain

of necks palatal nerve; synonym of n. palatinus anterior (BNA). Beginning: gangl,

pterygo palatinum. Innervates a mucous membrane of the sky, a nasal cavity, a genyantrum, partially upper gingiva.

213. Palatinus medius (BNA, JNA), average palatal nerve. Beginning: gangl, pterygopalatinum. Innervates a mucous membrane of a soft palate and a palatine tonsil.

214. Palatinus minor, a small palatal nerve, see Palatini minores.

215. Palatinus posterior, a back palatal nerve, see Palatini minores.

216. Pectoralis lateralis (PNA), lateral chest nerve. Beginning:

ple xus brachialis. m. pectoralis major innervates.

217. Pectoralis medialis (PNA), medial chest nerve. Beginning: plexus brachialis. m. pectoralis minor innervates.

218. Pelvici, pelvic nerves, see Splan-chnici pelvini (erigentes).

219. Perforans (Gasseri) perforating a nerve (Gasser) see Musculocutaneus.

220. Perineales (PNA), perineal nerves; synonym of nn. perinei (BNA), nerves of a crotch, n. perinealis (JNA). Beginning: n. pudendus. Muscles of a crotch innervate skin of lateral department of a crotch, a scrotum (big lips).

221. Perinealis, a perineal nerve, see Perineales.

222. Perinei, nerves of a crotch, see Perineales.

223. Peronaeus communis, the general fibular nerve, see Peroneus (fibularis) communis.

224. Peronaeus profundus, a deep fibular nerve, see Peroneus (fibularis) profundus.

225. Peronaeus superficialis, a superficial fibular nerve, see Peroneus (fibularis) superficialis.

226.

Peroneus (fibularis) communis (PNA), general fibular nerve; synonym of n. peronaeus communis (BNA), n. fibularis communis (JNA). Beginning:

n. ischia dicus. It is divided into nn. peroneus (fibularis) superficialis et peroneus (fibularis) profundus.

227.

Peroneus (fibularis) profundus (PNA), deep fibular nerve; synonym: n. peronaeus profundus (BNA), n. fibularis profundus (JNA). Beginning: n. peroneus (fibularis) communis. Innervates front group of muscles of a shin and foot, skin of the surfaces of I and II fingers turned to each other, and also an interosseous membrane of a shin and a tibial bone.

228. Peroneus (fibularis) superficialis (PNA), superficial fibular nerve; synonym: n. peronaeus superficialis (BNA), item fibularis superficialis (JNA). Beginning: n. peroneus (fibularis) communis. And the N - irritates lateral group of muscles of a shin, skin of a distal part of a front surface of a shin, the back and medial edge of foot, dorsum of II and At fingers.

229. Petrosus major (PNA), big stony nerve; synonym of n. petrosus superficialis major (JNA, BNA). Beginning: n. intermedius, then connects to the item petrosus profundus, forming the item canalis pterygoidei (radix facialis), and enters gangl, pterygopalatinum. PI of N irritates the lacrimal gland, glands of a mucous membrane of a nasal cavity and the sky.

230. Petrosus minor (PNA), small stony nerve; synonym of n. petrosus superficialis minor (JNA, BNA). Beginning: plexus tympanicus, then goes to gangl, oticum. Innervates a parotid sialaden.

231. Petrosus profundus (PNA, JNA, BNA), deep stony nerve. H a-ч and l of o: plexus caroticus int. Connects to n. petrosus major, forming n. canalis pterygoidei (radix facialis), and enters gangl, pterygopalatinum. Innervates blood vessels and glands of a mucous membrane of a nasal cavity and the sky.

232. Petrosus superficialis major, a big superficial stony nerve, see Petrosus major.

233. Petrosus superficialis minor, a small superficial stony nerve, see Petrosus minor.

234. Pharyngeus (1st prod. PNA), a pharyngeal nerve, see Pharyngeus ramus.

235. Phrenici accessorii (PNA), eleventh phrenic cranial nerves. Beginning: VI \VIII n. cervicalis. Make the additional roots n. phrenicus.

236. Phrenicus (PNA, JNA, BNA), dia

fragmalny nerve; synonym of the item diaphragmati-cus. Beginning: plexus cervicalis. And the N -

irritates a diaphragm, a pericardium, mediastinal and phrenic plev-RU-

237. Plantaris fibularis, a fibular bottom nerve, see Plantaris lateralis.

238. Plantaris lateralis (PNA, BNA), lateral bottom nerve; synonym of n. plantaris fibularis (JNA). Beginning: n. tibialis. IV and V fingers, muscles of the V finger of foot, mm innervate skin of lateral edge of foot, lateral surface of the V finger, the bottom surfaces turned to each other. lumbricales II — IV, interossei plantares et dorsales, flexor hallucis brevis (a lateral head).

239. Plantaris medialis (PNA, BNA),

medial bottom nerve; synonym of n. plantaris tibialis (JNA). Beginning:

n. tibialis. Innervates skin of medial edge of foot, bottom surface of the I finger and the surfaces of the I—IV fingers turned to each other, muscles of the I finger, mm. flexor digitorum brevis, lumbricales I, II.

240. Plantaris tibialis, a tibial bottom nerve, see Plantaris medialis.

241. Pneumogastricus, a respiratory and gastric nerve, see Vagus.

242. Presacralis, a presacral nerve, see Hypogastricus superior (n. presacralis) plexus.

243. Pterygoideus externus, an outside alate nerve, see Pterygoideus lateralis.

244. Pterygoideus internus, an internal alate nerve, see Pterygoideus medialis.

245. Pterygoideus lateralis (BNA, JNA), lateral alate nerve; synonym of n. pterygoideus externus (BNA). Beginning: n. mandibularis. M „pterygoideus lateralis innervates.

246. Pterygoideus medialis (PNA, JNA), medial alate nerve; synonym of n pterygoideus internus (BNA). Beginning: n. mandibularis. The t innervates., pterygoideus medialis.

247. Pterygopalatini (PNA, JNA), kra

lonebny nerves; synonym of nn. sphenopalatini (BNA). Beginning: n. maxillaris, then

go to gangl, pterygopalatinum.

248. Pudendalis, a sexual nerve, see Pudendus.

249. Pudendus (PNA, BNA), sexual (pudental) nerve; synonym of n. pudendalis (JNA). Beginning: plexus sacralis. Innervates bodies of a small pelvis, muscle and I mow crotches, I mow scrotums (big vulvar lips), a penis (clitoris), a mucous membrane of an urethra.

250. Radialis (PNA, JNA, BNA), beam nerve. Beginning: fasc. post, (brachial plexus). Innervates skin of a back surface of a shoulder, the back and beam surfaces of a forearm, a back of the hand and dorsum of I and II beam sides of the III finger, mm. triceps brachii, brachioradialis, all muscles of a dorsum of a forearm, joints of an upper extremity (see. Beam nerve).

251. Rectales caudales, caudal pryamokishechny nerves, see Haemorrhoidales medii.

252. Rectales craniales, cranial pryamokishechny nerves, see Haemorrhoidales superiores (systematis sympathici).

253. Rectales inferiores (PNA), lower

pryamokishechny nerves: synonym: nn. haemorrhoidales inferiores (BNA), nn. anales (JNA). Beginning: n. pudendus. And N -

irritate skin and m. sphincter ani ext.

254. Recurrens, a recurrent nerve, see Laryngeus recurrens.

255. Retroauricularis,' pozadiushny a nerve, see Auricularis posterior.

256. Saccularis (PNA, BNA), sferiche-ski-meshotchaty (meshochkovy) nerve; synonym of n. sacculi (JNA). Beginning: pars vestibularis of the item vestibulocochlearis, goes to a spot of a spherical sack (macula sacculi).

257. Sacculi, a nerve of a spherical sack, a nerve of a sack, see Saccularis.

258. Sacrales (PNA, JNA, BNA), sacral nerves. Are formed by connection of ventral and back roots of sacral segments of a spinal cord, are divided into rr. dorsales (post.), the crotches innervating skin, a sacrum and a rump, and rr. ventrales (ant.), the forming plexus sacralis.

259. Saphenus (PNA, JNA, BNA), hypodermic nerve; synonym hidden nerve. H and - h and l about: n. femoralis. Innervates skin of a medial surface of a shin and partially foot.

260. Scarpae, a nasopalatine nerve (Scarps), see Nasopalatina.

261. Scrotales, scrotal nerves, see, Scrotales posteriores.

26 2. Scrotales anteriores (PNA, BNA), front scrotal nerves; synonym of rr. scrotales (n. ilioinguinalis) (JNA). Beginning: n. ilioinguinalis. Innervate skin of area of a pubis, root of a penis and a scrotum.

263. Scrotales posteriores (PNA, BNA),

back scrotal nerves; synonym of nn. scrotales (JNA). Began about: nn. perineales.

Innervate skin of a back half of a scrotum.

264. Spermaticus externus, outside seed nerve; see Genitalis ramus.

265. Sphenopalatini, main and palatal nerves, see Pterygopalatini.

266. Spinales (PNA, JNA, BNA), spinal (spinal) nerves. Are formed by connection of ventral and back roots of a spinal cord. Are divided into four branches: of ventralis, of dorsalis, of communicans, of meningeus.

267. Spinosus, an awned nerve, see Meningeus (n. mandibularis) ramus.

268. Splanchnici lumbales (PNA), up to

yasnichny splanchnic (celiac) nerves. Beginning: gangl,

lumbalia trunci sympathici. Internals of an abdominal cavity innervate.

269. Splanchnici pel vini (erigentes) t a diaphragm, a parietal peritoneum on a lower surface of a diaphragm.

316. Phrenicoabdominales (n. phrenici) of, phrenic and belly branches (a phrenic nerve), see Phrenicoabdominales of

317. Posterior of (PNA, JNA), back

branch; synonym of of posterior (item auricularis inagni) (BNA). Beginning:

item auricularis mag nus. Innervates skin behind an ear and the convex surface of an auricle.

318. Posterior of (PNA), back branch;

synonym: of posterior (n. obturatorii) (BNA), of profundus (JNA). Beginning:

item obtura torius. Innervates adductors of a hip.

319. Posterior (n. auricularis magni) of, a back branch (a big ear nerve), see Posterior of

320. Posterior (item laryngei inferioris) of (BNA), back branch (lower guttural nerve); synonym of of dorsalis (JNA). Beginning: item laryngeus inf. Innervates a mucous membrane below phonatory bands, mm. cricoarytenoideus post, et arytenoideus transversus.

321. Posterior (n. obturatorii) of,' a back branch (a locking nerve), see Posterior of

322. Posterior (of cutanei lateralis n. intercostalis) r. (BNA), back branch (lateral skin branch of an intercostal nerve); synonym of of dorsalis (JNA). Began about: of cutaneus n. intercostalis. Innervates skin of the respective segmented site of lateral department of a chest wall.

323. Posterior (item spinalis) of, a back branch (a spinal nerve), see Dorsalis of

324. Posteriores (nn. cervicalium),

back branches (cervical nerves), see Dorsales of

325. Posteriores (nn. lumbalium) rr.

back branches (lumbar nerves), see Dorsales of

326. Posteriores (nn. thoracalium),

back branches (chest nerves), see Dorsales of

327. Posteriores (nn. sacralium et n. coccygei), back branches (sacral and coccygeal nerves), see Dorsales of

328. Profundus of, a deep branch, see Posterior of

329. Profundus of (PNA, JNA), deep branch; synonym of of profundus (n. plantaris lateralis) (BNA). Beginning: item plantaris lat. mm innervates. adductor hallucis, flexor hallucis brevis (a lateral head), interossei, II — IV lumbricales.

330. Profundus r. (PNA, JNA, BNA), deep branch (beam nerve). H and is scarlet h about: item radialis. Innervates muscles of back area of a forearm, an interosseous membrane of a forearm (membrana interossea antebrachii), a periosteum of a dorsum of beam and elbow bones, carpal and metacarpal and metacarpophalangeal joints.

331. Profundus of (PNA, JNA), deep branch; synonym of of profundus (of volaris manus n. ulnaris) (BNA). Beginning: of volaris n. ulnaris. And N of N of e p in and p y e of t a mouse

tsy eminences of a little finger, mm. interossei, III and IV lumbricales, adductor pollicis, flexor pollicis brevis (caput profundum).

332. Profundus (n. plantaris lateralis) of, a deep branch (a lateral bottom nerve), see Profundus of

333. Profundus (of volaris manus n. ulnaris), a deep branch (a palmar branch of a brush of an elbow nerve), see Profundus of

334. Pulmonales of (PNA, JNA), pulmonary branches; synonym of rr. pulmonales (systema-tis sympathici) (BNA). Beginning: III \V gangl, thoracici. Participate in formation of plexus pulmonalis.

335. Pulmonales (systematis sympathici) of, pulmonary branches (sympathetic system), see Pulmonales of

336. Renales of (PNA, JNA), renal branches; synonym of rr. renales (n. vagi) (BNA). Beginning: of celiacus of the item vagi. Participate in formation of plexus renalis.

337. Renales (item vagi) of, renal branches (vagus nerve), see Renales of

338. Renalis of (PNA, JNA), renal

branch; synonym of of renalis (n. splanchnici minoris) (BNA). Beginning:

item splanchnicus minor. Participates in formation of plexus renalis.

339. Renalis (item splanchnici minoris) of, a renal branch (a small splanchnic nerve), see Renalis of

340. Scrotales (n. ilioinguinalis) of? scrotal branches (an ilioinguinal nerve), see Scrotales anteriores nn.

341. Sinus carotici r. (PNA), branch of a sleepy (carotid) sine. Beginning: n. glossopharyngeus. The sleepy sine innervates.

342. Stylohyoideus of, (PNA, JNA),

shilopodjyazychny branch; synonym of of stylohyoideus (n. facialis) (BNA). Beginning:

of digastricus of the item facialis. Innervates the muscle of the same name of m. stylohyoideus.

343. Stylohyoideus (item facialis) of, a shilopodjyazychny branch (facial nerve), see Stylohyoideus of

344. Stylopharyngeus (n. glossopharyn-gei) of, a shiloglotochny branch (glossopharyngeal nerve), see Musculi stylopharyngei of

345. Stylopharyngeus of, a branch a pricker - a pharyngeal muscle, see Musculi stylopharyngei of

346. Submaxillares (gangl, submaxilla-ris), submaxillary branches (a submaxillary node), see Glandulares of

347. Superficialis of (PNA, JNA), on

a verkhnostny branch; synonym of of superficialis (item plantaris lateralis). Beginning:

item plan taris lat. IV and V fingers, lateral edge of foot, mm innervate skin of a bottom surface. opponens digiti minimi, flexor digiti minimi brevis, interossei, III — IV lumbricales.

348. Superficialis r. (PNA, JNA), atop

nostny branch; synonym of r. superficialis (n. radialis) (BNA). Beginning: n. radialis.

Innervates skin of the beam party of a back of the hand and dorsum of both parties of I and II beam sides

of the III fingers (to average phalanxes).

349. Superficialis of (PNA, JNA), superficial branch; synonym of of superficialis (of volaris manus n. ulnaris) (BNA). H a-ч and l of o: r. volaris n. ulnaris. And N of N of e p in and-p v e t skin of a palmar surface of the parties turned to each other IV and V fingers and elbow side of the V finger, and also a dorsum of trailer phalanxes of the same fingers.

350. Superficialis of, a superficial branch, see Anterior (n. obturatorii) of

351. Superficialis (item plantaris lateralis) of, a superficial branch (a lateral bottom nerve), see Superficialis of

352. Superficialis (n. radialis) of, a superficial branch (a beam nerve), see Superficialis of

353. Superficialis (of volaris manu-s n. ulnaris), a superficial branch (a palmar branch of a brush of an elbow nerve), see Superficialis of

354. Superior of (PNA, JNA), upper

branch; synonym of of superior (n. oculomotorii) (BNA). Beginning: item oculomotorius.

Innerv and p at e of t mm. rectus sup. et levator palpebrae sup.

355. Superior (n. oculomotorii) of * an upper branch (third cranial nerve), see Superior of

356. Superiores of (PNA), upper branches; synonym: rr. superiores (item cutanei colli) (BNA), rr. craniales (JNA). Beginning: n. transversus colli. Innervate skin of an upper half of front area of a neck.

357. Superiores (n. cutanei colli) of;

upper branches (a cutaneous nerve of a neck), see Superiores of

358. Sympathicus (ad ganglion ciliare) of, a sympathetic branch (to a ciliary node), see Sympathicus (ramus) radix.

359. Sympathicus (ad ganglion subman-dibulare) r. (PNA), a sympathetic branch (to a submandibular node); synonym of radix sympathica ganglii submaxillaris (BNA), radix sympathica ganglii submandibularis (et sublingualis). Beginning: plexus caro-ticus ext.

360. Temporales of, (PNA), temporal branches; synonym of temporales (n. facialis) (BNA), rr. temporofrontales (JNA). Beginning: item facialis. A part of face muscles and muscles of an auricle innervate.

361. Temporales (item facialis) of, temporal branches (facial nerve), see Temporales of

362. Temporales superficiales of,

(PNA, JNA), superficial temporal branches; synonym of rr. temporales superficiales (n. auriculotemporalis) (BNA). Beginning:

n. auriculo temporalis. Innervate skin of temporal area.

363. Temporales superficiales (n. auriculotemporalis) of, superficial temporal branches (an ear and temporal nerve), see Temporales superficiales rr.

364. Temporofrontales of, temporal and frontal branches, see Temporales of

365. Tentorii of (PNA), a tentorial

branch, a branch is mashed a cerebellum; synonym: n. tentorii (BNA), of meningicus (item ophthalmici) (JNA). Beginning: item ophthalmicus.

Innervates it is mashed a cerebellum.

366. Thyreohyoideus of, a shchitopodjyazychny branch, see Thyrohyoideus of

367. Thyreohyoideus (n. hypoglossi) of, a shchitopodjyazychny branch (hypoglossal nerve), see Thyrohyoideus of

368. Thyrohyoideus of (PNA), shchitopod

lingual branch; synonym: of thyreohyoideus (item hypoglossi) (BNA), of thyreohyoideus (JNA). Beginning: ansa cervicalis. Inner

believes the muscle (m. thyrohyoideus) of the same name.

  • 369. Tonsillares rr. (PNA, JNA), min.-dalikovye branches, branch of an almond; synonym of rr. tonsillares (item glossopharyngei) (BNA). Beginning: item glossopharyngeus. Ying -

irritate a palatine tonsil and a mucous membrane.

370. Tonsillares (item glossopharyngei) of, mindalikovy branches (glossopharyngeal nerve), see Tonsillares of

371. Tracheales of (PNA, JNA), tracheal (tracheal) branches; synonym: rr. tracheales (item recurrentis) (BNA). Beginning: item laryngeus recurrens. Innervate a trachea.

372. Tracheales (item recurrentis) rr., ~ tracheal branches (recurrent nerve), see Tracheales of

373. Tubae plexus tympanici of, a branch of a pipe (a drum texture), see Tubarius of

374. Tubae pharyngotympanicae of,

a branch of a pharyngeal and drum pipe, see Tubarius of

375. Tubalis of, a pipe branch, see Tubarius of

376. Tubarius of (PNA), pipe branch;

synonym: of tubae plexus tympanici (BNA),

r. tubae pharyngotympanicae (JNA), r. tubalis. Beginning: plexus tympanicus. Both N-N of e p in and p y e of t a mucous membrane of an acoustical pipe.

377. Ulnaris of (PNA, JNA), elbow branch; synonym of of ulnaris (n. cutanei antibrachii medialis) (BNA). Beginning: n. cutaneus antebrachii medialis. Innervates skin of an elbow part of a dorsum of a forearm.

378. Ulnaris (n. cutanei antibrachii medialis) of, an elbow branch (a medial cutaneous nerve of a forearm), see Ulnaris of

379. Utriculi of, a branch of an elliptic sack, see Utricularis

of item 380. Ventrales of (PNA, JNA), ventral (front) branches; synonym of rr. anteriores (nn. cervicalium) (BNA). Beginning: nn. cervicales. Form plexus cervicalis and participate in formation of plexus brachialis.

381. Ventrales rr. (PNA, JNA), ventral (front) branches; synonym of rr. anteriores (nn. lumbalium) (BNA). H and h and l of o: nn. lumbales. Form plexus lumbalis and participate in formation

of plexus sacralis 382. Ventrales rr. (PNA, JNA), ventral (front) branches; synonym of rr. anteriores (nn. sacralium et coccygei) (BNA). Beginning: nn. sacrales et coccygeus. O 6-will undress plexus sacralis et coccygeus.

383. Ventrales (nn. intercostalium) rr. (PNA, JNA), ventral (front) branches; synonym of rr. anteriores (nn. intercostalium) (nn. thoracalium) (BNA). Beginning: nn. thoracici. Form intercostal nerves (nn. intercostales). Innervate skin and muscles of a lobby of chest and belly walls.

384. Ventralis of, a ventral branch, see Anterior (n. laryngei inferioris) of

385. Ventralis of a ventral branch, see Anterior (of cutanei lateralis of the item intercostalis)

386. Ventralis of (PNA, JNA), ventral (front) branch; synonym of of anterior (item spinalis) (BNA).

387. Volaris manus of, a palmar branch, see Palmaris of (item ulnaris).

388. Volaris of, a palmar branch, see Anterior (item cutanei antibrachii medialis).

389. Zygomatici rr. (PNA, JNA), malar branches; synonym of rr. zygomatici (n. facialis) (BNA). Beginning: n. facialis. And N of N of e p-ó and p y yu t mm. orbicularis oculi, zygomaticus major, zygomaticus minor, levator labii superioris alaeque nasi.

390. Zygomatici (n. facialis) of, malar branches (facial nerve), see Zygomatici rr.

391. Zygomaticofacialis of (PNA, BNA), skulolitsevy branch; synonym of the item zygomaticofacialis (JNA). Beginning: item zygomaticus. Innervates skin of malar area.

392. Zygomaticotemporalis of

(PNA, BNA), skulovisochny branch; synonym of the item zygomaticotemporalis (JNA). H and h and l about:

item zygomaticus. Innervir at e of t skin of the forefront of temporal area.

Trunks (trunci)

1. Caudalis truncus,' a caudal trunk, see Inferior truncus (plexus brachialis).

2. Cranialis truncus, a cranial trunk, see Superior truncus (plexus brachialis).

3. Inferior truncus (PNA), lower trunk; synonym of truncus caudalis (JNA). O 6-p a 3 o in an of N connection of front branches the VIII cervical, the I chest and sometimes part II chest nerves. Belongs to a supraclavicular part of plexus brachialis.

4. Intermedius truncus, an intermediate trunk, see Medius truncus.

5. Lumbosacralis truncus (PNA, JNA, BNA), lumbosacral trunk. O 6-times connection of front branches IV (partially) and V lumbar nerves. Participates in formation of plexus sacralis.

6. Medius truncus (PNA), average trunk; synonym of truncus intermedius (JNA). It is formed by a front branch of the VII cervical nerve. Belongs to a supraclavicular part of plexus brachialis.

7. Superior truncus (PNA), upper trunk; synonym of truncus cranialis (JNA). O 6-will be undressed by connection of front branches of V, VI and sometimes part IV of cervical nerves. Prinadle and t to a supraclavicular part of plexus brachialis.

8. Sympathicus truncus (PNA, JNA, BNA), sympathetic trunk; synonym of n. sympathicus, n. gangliosus. Main component of peripheral department of sympathetic part V.n.s. It is formed by sympathetic nodes and between nodal branches. And N and e r in and p at e of t cardiovascular system, limf, system, interiors, bodies of incretion.

9. Vagalis anterior truncus (PNA), the front wandering trunk. Beginning: item vagus (dexter et sinister) plexus esophagei. Gives the front gastric, hepatic, celiac and renal branches participating in formation of gastric, hepatic, celiac and renal neuroplexes.

10. Vagalis posterior truncus (PNA), the back wandering trunk. Forms and r at-e t with I from an esophageal texture. About t-d and e of t the back gastric, hepatic, celiac and renal branches participating in formation of gastric, hepatic, celiac and renal neuroplexes.

Bunches (fasciculi)

1. Dorsalis fasciculus, a dorsal bunch, see Posterior fasc.

2. Lateralis fasciculus (PNA, JNA),

lateral (side) bunch; synonym of fasc. radialis (JNA). Beginning:

plexus bra chialis. It is divided into nn. musculocutaneus et medianus (lateral root).

3. Medialis fasciculus (PNA, BNA), me

dialny bunch; synonym of fasc. ulnaris (JNA). The Nacha of l about: plexus brachialis. Razde

lyatsya on n. medianus (a medial root), the item ulnaris, nn. cutaneus brachii med., cutaneus antebrachii med.

4. Opticus fasciculus, a visual bunch, see Opticus nervus.

5. Posterior fasciculus (PNA, BNA),

back bunch; synonym of fasc. dorsalis (JNA). Beginning: plexus brachialis. Razde

lyatsya on nn. axillaris et radialis.

6. Radialis fasciculus, a beam bunch, see Lateralis fasc.

7. Ulnaris fasciculus, an elbow bunch, see Medialis fasc.

Parts (partes)

1. Abdominalis et pelvina systematis autonomici partes (PNA), belly and pelvic parts of the autonomic nervous system; synonym: pars abdominalis (systematis sympathici) of et pars pelvina (systematis sympa-thici) (BNA), pars abdominalis et pelvina systematis sympathici (JNA). Are located in an abdominal cavity and a pelvic cavity. Are presented by the lumbar, pelvic and unpaired nodes trunci sympathici, nn. lumbales et sacrales (splanchnic nerves), vegetative textures of a stomach and basin.

2. Abdominalis (systematis sympathici) of pars et pars pelvina (systematis sympathici), belly and pelvic parts of sympathetic system, see Abdominalis et pelvina systematis autonomici partes.

3. Abdominalis et pelvina systematis sympathici partes, belly and pelvic parts of sympathetic system, see Abdominalis et pelvina systematis autonomici partes.

4. Cephalica et cervicalis systematis autonomici partes (PNA), head and cervical parts of the autonomic nervous system; synonym: pars cephalica et cervicalis systematis sympathici (BNA, JNA). Are located within the head and a neck. The header is presented to gangl, ciliare, pterygopalatinum, oticum, submandibulare with the nerves and roots and the branches departing from nodes providing a parasympathetic innervation of mm suitable them. sphincter pupillae et ciliaris, sialadens. A cervical part is formed by gangl, cervicale (inferius, medium, superius) a sympathetic trunk, their branches and vegetative textures innervating vessels and bodies of the head, neck, breast including heart and an aorta.

5. Cephalica et cervicalis systematis sympathici partes, head and cervical parts of sympathetic system, see Cephalica et cervicalis systematis autonomici partes.

6. Cochlearis pars (PNA), cochlear part (eighth cranial nerve); synonym

of n. cochleae (JNA, BNA). Beginning: gangl, spirale cochleae. Connects a webby part of a snail (spiral body) with kernels of a myelencephalon (a sensitive acoustical part).

7. Infraclavicularis pars (PNA, JNA), subclavial part (brachial plexus); synonym of pars infraclavicularis (plexus brachialis) (BNA). Part of plexus brachialis. It is located below a clavicle and presented by three bunches (lateral, medial and back), from to-rykh there are long nerves of a brachial plexus.

8. Infraclavicularis pars (plexus brachialis), a subclavial part (brachial plexus), see Infraclavicularis pars.

9. Parasympathica pars (PNA), parasympathetic part of the autonomic nervous system; synonym of systema nervorum para-sympathicum (JNA). Includes the parasympathetic nervous cells creating extra-and intramural a ganglion, departing from them preganglionic and postganglionic nerve fibrils and nerve terminations.

10. Supraclavicularis pars (PNA, JNA), supraclavicular part (brachial plexus); synonym of pars supraclavicularis (plexus brachialis) (BNA). The part of plexus brachialis located above a clavicle and presented by three trunks of trunci sup., med. et inf., partes infraclavi-culares giving short nerves and creating bunches.

11. Supraclavicularis (plexus brachialis) pars, a supraclavicular part of a brachial plexus, see Supraclavicularis pars.

12. Sympathica pars (PNA), sympathetic part; synonym of systema nervorum sym-pathicum (BNA, JNA). The part of century of N of page presented to truncus sympathicus with the nodes, internodal and connecting branches participating in formation of neuroplexes on blood vessels, hearts and internals.

13. Systema nervorum parasympathi-cum, system of parasympathetic nerves, see Parasympathica pars.

14. Systema nervorum sympathica, system of sympathetic nerves, see Sympathica pars.

15. Thoracalis systematis sympathici pars, chest part of sympathetic system; see Thoracica systematis autonomici pars.

16. Thoracica systematis autonomici pars (PNA), chest part of vegetative system; synonym: pars thoracalis systematis sympathici (BNA), pars thoracica systematis sympathici (JNA). It is located in a chest cavity. gangll is presented. thoracica, nn. cardiaci thoracici, splanchnicus, plexus aorticus thoracicus, plexus cardiacus, plexus pulmonalis.

17. Thoracica systematis sympathici pars, chest part of a sympathetic nervous system; see Thoracica systematis autonomici pars.

18. Vagalis pars wandering a part see Craniales (pars vagalis) radices.

19. Vestibularis pars (PNA)

(n. vestibu-locochlearis), predoor part (eighth cranial nerve); synonym: n. vestibuli (BNA), item vestibuli (staticus) (JNA), item sta-ticus. Beginning: gangl, vestibulare.

Connects parts of a webby labyrinth (receptor) with the kernels lying in a rhomboid pole (a sensitive part).

Roots (radices)

1. Anterior radix, a ventral root of spinal nerves, see Ventralis (anterior) (motoria) radix.

2. Anterior radix (nn. spinalium), a ventral root (spinal nerves), see Ventralis (anterior) (motoria) radix.

3. Brevis ganglii ciliaris radix, a short root of a ciliary node, see Oculo-motoria (parasympathica) radix.

4. Cochlearis (inferior) radix (PNA), cochlear (lower) root of an acoustical nerve; synonym of radix cochlearis (n. acustici) (BNA). It is formed by the central shoots of nervous cells of gangl, spirale cochleae. Goes to a myelencephalon to dorsal and ventral acoustical kernels.

5. Cochlearis radix (n. acustici), a cochlear root of an acoustical nerve, see Cochlearis (inferior) radix.

6. Craniales radices (pars vagalis)

(PNA), cranial roots (the wandering part); synonym of radix myelencephalica (n. acce-ssorii) (JNA). Beginning: motive

kernel of n. accessorii. Makes a cranial part of a nerve (in a myelencephalon).

7. Descendens (mesencephalica) radix n. trigemini (BNA) descending (srednemozgovy) a root of a trifacial. Outdated designation of a srednemozgovy way of a trifacial.

8. Dorsalis radix, a dorsal root of a spinal nerve, see Dorsalis (posterior) (sensorialis) radix.

9. Dorsalis (posterior) (sensorialis) radix (PNA), dorsal (back) sensitive root of a spinal nerve; synonym: radix posterior (n. spinalis) (BNA), radix dorsalis (JNA). It is formed by radicular threads gangl, spinale; connecting to radix ventralis (anterior), creates n. spinalis.

10. Inferior radix (ansae cervicalis)

(PNA), lower root of a cervical loop; synonym of n. cervicalis descendens (JNA). H a-ч and l of o: front branches II and III cervical

spinal nerves. Forms communication with radix superior (ansae cervicalis) and creates a cervical loop (ansa cervicalis).

11. Lateralis radix (PNA, JNA), lat

rolled root (median nerve); synonym of radix lateralis (n. mediani) (BNA). H a-ч and l of o: fasc. humeral having weaved lateralis

a niya. Forms together with a medial root of n. medianus.

12. Lateralis radix (PNA, BNA), lateral root (visual tract), synonym of radiatio tractus optici (JNA). The lateral part of fibers of a visual tract terminating in a lateral cranked body.

13. Lateralis radix (item mediani), a lateral root of a median nerve, see Lateralis radix.

14. Longa ganglii ciliaris radix, a long root of a ciliary node, see Communicans cum ganglio ciliari ramus.

15. Medialis radix (PNA), medial root (median nerve); synonym of radix medialis (item mediani) (JNA). Beginning: fasc. medianus of a brachial plexus. About - will undress together with a lateral root of n. medianus.

16. Medialis radix (PNA, BNA), medial root of a visual tract; synonym of radiatio tractus optici (JNA). The medial part of fibers of a visual tract terminating in kernels of upper hillocks and a pillow of a thalamus.

17. Medialis radix (n. mediani), a medial root (median nerve), see Medialis radix.

18. Motoria radix (n. trigemini) (PNA),

motive root of a trifacial; synonym of portio minor (BNA, JNA), small part. Beginning: nucleus motorius n.

trigemini. Passes tranzitno through gangl, trigeminale and is a part of n. mandibularis, carrying out to it motive nerve fibrils.

19. Myelencephalica radix (n. accessorii), a miyelentsefalichesky root (eleventh cranial nerve), see Craniales radices.

20. Nervi facialis radix (BNA), root of a facial nerve. Beginning: nucleus n. facialis. Leaving a brainstem, passes into a trunk of a nerve.

21. Nasociliaris radix (ramus) (PNA), nosoresnichny root (branch); synonym of ramus communicans cum n. nasociliari (3rd prod. PNA). Connects n. oculo-motorius and n. nasociliaris.

22. Oculomotoria (parasympathica) radix (PNA), oculomotor (parasympathetic) root; synonym of radix brevis ganglii ciliaris (BNA, JNA). Beginning: n. oculomotorius. Consists of the preganglionic parasympathetic nerve fibrils going to cells of gangl, ciliare.

23. Posterior (n. spinalis) radix, a back root of a spinal nerve, see Dorsalis (posterior) (sensorialis) radix.

24. Radiatio tractus optici, radiance of a visual tract, see Lateralis radix.

25. Sensoria radix (n. trigemini) (PNA), sensitive root of a trifacial; synonym of portio major (BNA, JNA), most part. Forms the central shoots of nervous cells of gangl, trigeminale. Enters a brain trunk, reaching sensitive kernels of n. trigemini.

26. Spinales radices (pars spinalis) (PNA), spinal roots (spinal part); synonym of radix spinalis (n. accessorii) (JNA). Beginning: in front horns of a spinal cord of segments of the SI — CIV. Leave it between back and ventral roots, rise through a big occipital opening up in a skull where connect to cranial roots, creating n. accessorius.

27. Spinalis radix (item accessorii), a back root (eleventh cranial nerve), see Spinales (pars spinalis) radices.

28. Superior radix (ansae cervicalis) (PNA), upper root (cervical loop); synonym: ramus descendens (JNA), ramus descendens (n. hypoglossi) (BNA). Beginning: n. hypoglossi. Goes down an outside carotid artery and, connecting to radix inferior (ansae cervicalis), forms a cervical loop.

29.

Sympathica ganglii otici radix (JNA), sympathetic root of an ear node. Beginning:

plexus meningeus me dius. Contains postganglionic sympathetic fibers from cells of gangl, cervicale superius, to-rye approach cells of gangl, oticum.

30.

Sympathica ganglii pterygopalatini radix (JNA), sympathetic root of a pterygopalatine node. Beginning: plexus sa-

roticus internus. Contains postganglionic sympathetic fibers from cells of gangl, cervicale, to-rye approach cells of gangl, pterygopalatinum.

31. Sympathica ganglii submandibularis (et sublingualis) radix, a sympathetic root of submandibular and hypoglossal nodes, see Sympathicus (ad ganglion submandibulare) of

32. Sympathica ganglii submaxillares radix, a sympathetic root of a submaxillary node, see Sympathicus (ad ganglion submandibulare) r.

33. Sympathica (ramus) radix (PNA),

sympathetic root (branch) (ciliary node); synonym of ramus sympathicus ad ganglion ciliare (3rd prod. PNA), radices sympathicae ganglii ciliaris (BNA, JNA). Beginning: plexus caroticus internus.

Carry out sympathetic fibers to a ciliary node and further to short ciliary nerves.

34. Sympathicae ganglii ciliaris radices, sympathetic roots of a ciliary node, see Sympathica (ramus) radix.

35. Ventralis radix, a ventral root, see Ventralis (anterior) (motoria) radix.

36. Ventralis (anterior) (motoria) -

radix (PNA), a ventral (front) motive root of spinal nerves; synonym: radix anterior (nn. spinalium) (BNA), radix ventralis (JNA). It is formed by the radicular threads consisting of the nerve fibrils beginning from cells of front horns of a spinal cord. Creates n. spinalis, connecting to radix dorsalis.

37. Ventralis radix (nn. spinalium), a ventral root (spinal nerves), see Ventralis (anterior) (motoria) radix.

38. Vestibularis radix (n. acustici), a pre-door root (an acoustical nerve), see Vestibularis (superior) radix.

39. Vestibularis radix (superior) (PNA), preddverny upper root (eighth cranial nerve); synonym of radix vestibularis (n. acustici) (BNA). It is formed by the central shoots of nervous cells of gangl, vestibulare (eighth cranial nerve). Passes through an internal acoustical opening in a myelencephalon, reaching predoor kernels.

Loops (ansae)

1. Cervicalis ansa (PNA), cervical loop (hypoglossal nerve); synonym of ansa n. hypoglossi (BNA, JNA). It is formed by connection of an upper root (fiber of front branches of cervical nerves (С^н) and the lower root (fiber of front branches of cervical nerves Sts_sh) a spinal cord. Innervates front superficial muscles of a neck.

2. Cervicalis superficialis ansa (JNA), superficial cervical loop. It is formed by connection of an upper branch n. transversus colli and of colli of the item facialis. Carries out sensitive nerve fibrils to structure of of colli of the item facialis.

3. Nervi hypoglossi ansa, a loop of a hypoglossal nerve, see Cervicalis ansa.

4. Nervorum spinalium ansae (BNA), loops of spinal nerves, ansae (JNA). Connection among themselves front branches of spinal nerves at formation of neuroplexes.

5. Sacrococcygica ansa (JNA), sacrococcygeal loop. Rr connection. ventrales and nn. sacrales (V) et coccygeus.

6. Subclavia ansa (PNA, JNA) subclavial loop; synonym of ansa subclavia (Vieusse-nii) (BNA), subclavial loop. It is formed due to bonds of the branches connecting gangl, cervicale medium to gangl, cervicothoracicum. Covers a subclavial artery.

7. Vieussenii ansa, Vyessen's loop, see Subclavia ansa.

Textures

(plexus) 1. Adventitialis plexus, adventitious texture. The texture of thin nervous stipitates located in an outside cover of blood vessels.

2. Aorticus abdominalis plexus (PNA, JNA), belly aortal texture; synonym of plexus aorticus abdominalis (systematis sympathici) (BNA). Unpaired vegetative texture. It is located on a ventral aorta; it is formed by branches of plexus celiacus and gangll. lumbalia trunci sympathici; contains accumulations of nervous cells. Innervates a ventral aorta and takes part in formation of organ vegetative textures of a cavity of a stomach.

3. Aorticus abdominalis (systematis sympathici) plexus, a belly aortal texture (sympathetic system), see Aorticus abdominalis plexus.

4. Aorticus thoracalis (systematis sympathici) plexus, a chest aortal texture (sympathetic system), see Aorticus thoracicus plexus.

5.

Aorticus thoracicus plexus (PNA, JNA), chest aortal texture; synonym of plexus aorticus thoracalis (systematis sympathici) (BNA). The unpaired vegetative texture located on a chest aorta. Beginning: gangll.

thoracica trunci sympathici and branches of plexus cardiacus; contains small accumulations of nervous cells. Innervates a wall of a chest aorta and takes part in formation of organ vegetative textures of a chest cavity; below a diaphragm directly passes into plexus aorticus abdominalis.

6. Arteriae cerebri anterioris (systematis sympathici) plexus (BNA), texture of a front brain artery (sympathetic system). The vegetative texture located on a front brain artery. It is formed by branches of plexus caroticus internus. Innervates a front brain artery and its branches.

7. Arteriae cerebri mediae (systematis sympathici) plexus (BNA), texture of an average brain artery (sympathetic system). The vegetative texture located on an average brain artery. About-razovano branches of plexus caroticus internus. Innervates an average brain artery and its branches.

8. Arteriae chorioideae (systematis sympathici) plexus (BNA), texture of a fleecy artery (sympathetic system). The vegetative texture located on a front fleecy artery. It is formed by branches of plexus caroticus int. Innervates a front fleecy artery and its branches.

9. Arteriae ovaricae (systematis sympathici) plexus, a texture of an ovarian artery (sympathetic system), see Ovaricus plexus.

10. Auerbachi plexus, Auerbach's texture, see Myentericus plexus.

11. Auricularis posterior (systematis sympathici) plexus (BNA), back ear texture (sympathetic system). Is a part of plexus caroticus externus located on a back ear artery. Innervates a back ear artery, its branches and the accompanying veins.

12. Autonomici (visceral es) plexus (PNA), vegetative (visceral) textures; synonym of plexus sympathici (BNA, JNA). The textures of century of N of page located on large arteries and on bodies. Are formed by branches of truncus sympathicus and n. vagus; contain accumulations of the vegetative (autonomous) cells sending the shoots, sensitive nerve fibrils of cranial and spinal nerves to textures. Vessels and internals innervate circulatory and limf.

13. Basillaris plexus, basilar texture, or texture of a basilar artery. The vegetative texture located on a basilar artery and its branches. Is direct continuation of plexus vertebralis.

14. Brachialis plexus (PNA, JNA), brachial plexus, plexus brachialis (nervosus) (BNA). It is formed by front branches of the IV—VIII cervical and I—II chest spinal nerves. It is subdivided into pars supraclavicularis and pars infra-clavicularis. Creates the short and long nerves innervating formation of a belt of upper extremities (see. Brachial plexus).

15. Brachialis (nervosus) plexus, brachial (nervous) plexus; see Brachialis plexus.

16. Cardiacus plexus (PNA), cardiac plexus; synonym of plexus cardiacus (systematis sympathici) (BNA), plexus cardiaci profundus et superficialis (JNA). The vegetative texture located on an aortic arch. nn is formed. cardiaci cervicales and nn. cardiaci thoracici (arising from nodes of a sympathetic trunk), rr. cardiaci cervicales, rr. cardiaci thoracici (vagus nerve), branches of n. laryngeus recurrens. Innervir ut heart and its vessels.

17. Cardiacus (systematis sympathici) plexus, a cardiac plexus (sympathetic system), see Cardiacus plexus.

18. Cardiaci profundus et superficialis plexus, deep and superficial cardiac plexuses, see Cardiacus plexus.

19. Caroticus communis plexus (PNA, JNA), texture of the general carotid artery; synonym of plexus caroticus communis (systematis sympathici) (BNA). The vegetative texture located on the general carotid artery. It is formed by branches of gangl, cervicale trunci sympathici, cardiaci n. vagi and branches of plexus aorticus thoracicus. Innervates the general carotid artery.

20. Caroticus communis (systematis sympathici) plexus, the general sleepy texture (sympathetic system), see Caroticus communis plexus.

21. Caroticus externus plexus (PNA, JNA), texture of an outside carotid artery; synonym of plexus caroticus externus (systematis sympathici) (BNA). The vegetative texture located on an outside carotid artery and its branches. nn is formed. carotici ext. et gangl, cervicale sup., upper cervical cordial branches of the item vagus and plexus caroticus communis. Innervates an outside carotid artery and its branches.

22. Caroticus externus (systematis sympathici) plexus, a texture of an outside carotid artery (sympathetic system), see Caroticus externus plexus.

23. Caroticus internus plexus (PNA, JNA), texture of an internal carotid artery; synonym of plexus caroticus internus (systematis sympathici) (BNA). The vegetative texture located on an internal carotid artery. nn is formed. caroticus int., gangl, cervicale sup. trunci sympathici, upper cervical cordial branches of n. vagus and plexus caroticus communis. Also irritates an internal carotid artery and its branches.

24. Caroticus interims (systematis sympathies) plexus, a texture of an internal carotid artery (sympathetic system), see Caroticus internus plexus.

25. Cavernosus clitoridis (systematis sympathici) plexus, a cavernous texture of a clitoris (sympathetic system), see Cavernosus clitoridis plexus.

26. Cavernosus clitoridis plexus (PNA), cavernous texture of a clitoris; synonym: plexus cavernosus clitoridis (systematis sympathici) (BNA), plexus corporis cavernosi clitoridis (JNA). It is formed by branches of plexus uterovaginalis. The cavernous body of the clitoris innervates.

27. Cavernosus plexus (partis cephalicae et cervicalis systematis sympathici) (BNA), cavernous texture (head and cervical part of sympathetic system). The part of plexus caroticus internus located within a cavernous sine. Innervates an internal carotid artery and its branches.

28. Cavernosus penis plexus (PNA), cavernous texture of a penis; synonym: plexus cavernosus penis (systematis sympathici) (BNA), plexus corporis cavernosi penis (JNA). It is formed by branches of plexus prostaticus. The cavernous body of a penis innervates.

29. Cavernosus penis (systematis sympathici) plexus, a peshcherioty texture of a penis (sympathetic system), see Cavernosus penis plexus.

30. Celiacus (coeliacus) plexus (PNA, JNA), celiac texture; synonym of plexus coeliacus (systematis sympathici) (BNA), plexus solaris. The unpaired vegetative texture located on truncus celiacus. It is formed by shoots of cells of gangll. celiaca, nn. splanchnici majores et minores, nn. splanchnici lumbales and rr. celiaci trunci sympathici. F o p of m and-p y e of t hepatic, splenic and gastric textures, takes part in formation of a number of textures of an abdominal cavity.

31. Cervicalis plexus (PNA, JNA * BNA), cervical plexus. Images of al of N of o front branches of the I—IV cervical spinal nerves. Creates nn. auricularis magnus, occipitalis minor, phrenicus, supraclaviculares, transversus colli, phrenicus accessorius (changeably), the innervating corresponding formations of the head, a shoulder girdle, upper part of a breast of a neck, a diaphragm (see. Cervical plexus).

32. Coccygeus plexus (PNA, BNA), coccygeal texture. It is formed by the item coccygeus. Creates nn. aposos-cygei, innervating a crotch.

33. Coeliacus (systematis sympathici) plexus, a celiac texture (sympathetic system), see Celiacus (coeliacus) plexus.

34. Corporis cavernosi clitoridis plexus, a texture of a cavernous body of the clitoris, see Cavernosus clitoridis plexus.

35. Corporis cavernosi penis plexus, a texture of a cavernous body of a penis, see Cavernosus penis plexus.

36. Deferentialis plexus (PNA), a texture of the deferent (taking-out) duct; synonym: plexus ductus deferentis (JNA), plexus deferentialis (systematis sympathici) (BNA). It is formed by branches of plexus hypogastricus inf. (plexus pelvinus). Also the deferent duct and seed bubbles irritates.

37. Deferentialis (systematis sympathici) plexus, a slleteshchga of a deferent duct (sympathetic system), see Deferentialis plexus.

38. Dentalis inferior plexus (PNA, BNA), lower tooth texture; synonym of plexus dentalis mandibularis (JNA). It is formed by branches of n. alveolaris inferior Will give rr. dentales et gingivales inf., the innervating lower teeth and a gum.

39. Dentalis mandibularis plexus, a mandibular tooth texture, see Dentalis inferior plexus.

40. Dentalis maxillaris plexus, a maxillary tooth texture, see Dentalis superior plexus.

41. Dentalis superior plexus (PNA, BNA), upper tooth texture; synonym of plexus dentalis maxillaris (JNA). rr is formed. alveolares sup. post., r. alveolaris sup. medius, rr. alveolares sup. ant. (from an upper alveolar nerve). Gives rr. dentales et gingivales sup., the innervating upper teeth and a gum.

42. Ductus deferentis plexus, a texture of a deferent duct, see Deferentialis plexus.

43. Entericus plexus (PNA), intestinal texture. It is formed by branches of plexus mesentericus sup.; contains accumulations of nervous cells; is located in a wall of guts. Allocate: plexus subserosus, myentericus, submucosus, the innervating formations of a wall of guts.

44. Esophageus (esophagialis, oesopha-gialis) plexus (PNA), esophageal texture; synonym: plexus oesophagei anterior et posterior (n. vagi) (BNA), plexus oesophagi-cus (JNA). n. vagus is formed (right and left). Innervates the bottom of a gullet.

45. Femoralis plexus (PNA, JNA), femoral texture; synonym of plexus femoralis systematis sympathici (BNA). The vegetative texture located on a femoral artery; continuation of plexus iliacus. Innervates a femoral artery and its branches.

46. Femoralis (systematis sympathici) plexus, a femoral texture (sympathetic system), see Femoralis plexus.

47. Gangliosus ciliaris plexus (BNA), ciliary nodal texture. It is formed by branches of n. ciliaris brevis; # is located in a ciliary muscle; contains nervous cells. The t innervates. ciliaris, cornea and iris.

48. Gastrici plexus (PNA, JNA), gastric textures; synonym: plexus gastrici inferior et superior (systematis sympathici), plexus gastrici anterior et posterior n. vagi) (BNA), plexus gastrici ventralis et dorsalis (n. vagi) (JNA). The vegetative textures located in a wall of a stomach. Are formed by branches of plexus celiacus, plexus lienalis (splenicus), rr. gastrici ant. et post. n. vagi. The stomach and its vessels innervate.

49. Gastrici anterior et posterior (n. vagi) plexus, front and back gastric textures (vagus nerves), see Gastrici plexus.

50. Gastricus dorsalis et ventralis plexus, dorsal and ventral gastric textures, see Gastrici plexus.

51. Gastrici inferior et superior (systematis sympathici) plexus, the lower and upper gastric textures (sympathetic system), see Gastrici plexus.

52. Glandulae vesiculosae plexus (JNA), texture of seed bubbles. It is formed by branches of plexus hypogastricus inferior and plexus rectales medii on a seed bubble, to-ry innervates.

53. Haemorrhoidalis medius (systematis sympathici) plexus, an average hemorrhoidal texture (sympathetic system), see Rectales medii plexus.

54. Haemorrhoidalis superior (systematis sympathici) plexus, an upper hemorrhoidal texture (sympathetic system), see Rectalis superior plexus.

55. Hepaticus plexus (PNA, JNA), hepatic texture; synonym: plexus hepaticus (systematis sympathici) (BNA). Unpaired vegetative texture. It is formed by branches of plexus celiacus on a hepatic artery; contains accumulations of nervous cells. The liver and its vessels innervates.

56. Hepaticus (systematis sympathici) plexus, a hepatic texture (sympathetic system), see Hepaticus plexus.

57. Hypogastricus inferior plexus (plexus pelvinus) (PNA), lower hypogastric texture (pelvic texture); synonym of plexus hypogastricus (systematis sympathici) (BNA). Continuation from top to bottom plexus hypogastricus sup. Is located on an internal ileal artery; contains accumulations of nervous cells. To Inna r-in and p at e of t the specified artery, its branches accompanying veins and bodies of a small pelvis.

58. Hypogastricus superior (n. presac-ralis) plexus (PNA), upper hypogastric texture (presacral nerve); synonym of plexus hypogastricus (systematis sympathici) (BNA). The unpaired vegetative texture located between the general ileal arteries. It is formed by branches of plexus aorticus abdominalis, the lower lumbar nodes of a sympathetic trunk, branches of plexus mesentericus inf.; contains accumulations of nervous cells; proceeds in plexus hypogastricus inf. et plexus iliaci. Innervates (through the lower hypogastric texture) bodies of a basin, ileal vessels.

59. Hypogastricus (systematis sympathici) plexus, a hypogastric texture (sympathetic system), see Hypogastricus inferior plexus, Hypogastricus superior.

60. Iliaci plexus (PNA), ileal textures; synonym: plexus iliacus (systematis sympathici) (BNA), plexus iliacus (JNA). The vegetative texture located on the general and outside ileal arteries. It is formed by branches of plexus hypogastricus sup.; contains accumulations of nervous cells. Innervates the general and outside ileal arteries, its branches accompanying veins, and below an inguinal sheaf passes into plexus femoralis.

61. Iliacus (systematis sympathici) plexus, an ileal texture (sympathetic system), see Iliaci plexus.

62. Iliacus plexus, an ileal texture, see Iliaci plexus.

63. Intermesentericus plexus (PNA), intermesenteric texture. The part of plexus aorticus abdominalis located between mesenteric arteries. It is formed by branches of plexus celiacus and gangll. lumbalia of a sympathetic trunk; contains accumulations of nervous cells; takes part in formation of plexus mesentericus inf. et plexus testicularis (ovaricus).

64. Ischiadicus plexus (JNA), sciatic texture. The part of plexus sacralis formed by a lumbosacral trunk and front branches I, II and III (partially) spinal sacral nerves.

65. Lienalis (splenicus) plexus (PNA), splenic texture; synonym: plexus lienalis (JNA), plexus lienalis (systematis sympathici) (BNA). The unpaired vegetative texture located on a splenic artery. It is formed by branches of plexus celiacus; contains accumulations of nervous cells. The stomach innervates a spleen, a splenic artery and its branches, the veins of the same name, a pancreas (partially), (partially).

66. Lienalis plexus, a splenic texture, see Lienalis (splenicus) plexus.

67. Lienalis (systematis sympathici) plexus, a splenic texture (sympathetic system), see Lienalis (splenicus) plexus.

68. Lingualis (systematis sympathici) plexus (BNA), lingual texture (sympathetic system). Part of plexus caroticus externus. Innervates blood vessels of language.

69. Lumbalis plexus (PNA, JNA), lumbar texture; synonym of plexus lumbalis (nervosus) (BNA). Part of plexus lumbosac-ralis. I, II, III, IV (partially) lumbar spinal nerves are formed by front branches. Creates nn. iliohypogastricus, ilioinguinalis, genitofe-moralis, cutaneus femoris lat., obturatorius, femoralis, the innervating corresponding educations.

70. Lumbalis (nervosus) plexus, a lumbar (nervous) texture, see Lumbalis plexus.

71. Lumbosacralis plexus (PNA, JNA), lumbosacral texture; a synonym of plexus lumbosacralis (nervosus) (BNA), a belt - a nichno-sacral (nervous) texture. The general name plexus lumbalis and plexus sacralis (see. Lumbosacral texture).

72. Lumbosacralis (nervosus) plexus,

a lumbosacral (nervous) texture, see Lumbosacralis plexus.

73. Mammarius internus (systematis sympathici) plexus (BNA), texture of an internal artery of a mammary gland (sympathetic system). It is formed by branches of plexus subclavius. Innervates an internal chest artery and its branches, and also a thymus.

74. Maxillaris externus (systematis sympathici) plexus (BNA), texture of an outside maxillary artery (sympathetic system). Part of plexus caroticus externus. Is located on a facial artery. Innervates a facial artery, its branches and the accompanying veins, educations receiving supply from a facial artery.

75. Maxillaris internus (systematis sympathici) plexus (BNA), texture of an internal maxillary artery (sympathetic system). Part of plexus caroticus internus. Is located on a maxillary artery. Innervates this artery, its branches and the accompanying veins, and also the educations receiving supply from this artery.

76. Meissneri plexus, Meyss-ner's texture, see Submucosus plexus.

77. Meningeus (systematis sympathici) plexus (BNA), meningeal texture (sympathetic system). Vegetative texture. Is located on an average meningeal artery. It is formed by branches of plexus caroticus externus.

78. Mesentericus caudalis plexus, a caudal mesenteric texture, see Mesentericus inferior plexus.

79. Mesentericus cranialis plexus, a cranial mesenteric texture, see Mesentericus superior plexus.

80. Mesentericus inferior plexus (PNA), lower mesenteric texture; synonym: plexus mesentericus inferior (systematis sympathici) (BNA), plexus mesentericus caudalis (JNA). The unpaired vegetative texture located on the lower mesenteric artery and its branches. Images of An about branches of textures: aorticus abdominalis et intermesentericus; contains accumulation of nervous cells. Innervates the lower mesenteric artery, its branches accompanying veins, the left half of a cross colon descending and sigmoid colons, a proximal part of a rectum.

81. Mesentericus inferior (systematis sympathici) piexus, a nyzhyy mesenteric texture (sympathetic system), see Mesentericus inferior plexus.

82. Mesentericus superior plexus (PNA), upper mesenteric texture; synonym: plexus mesentericus superior (systematis sympathici) (BNA), plexus mesentericus cranialis (JNA). The unpaired vegetative texture located on an upper mesenteric artery and its branches. Images of An about branches of plexus celiacus and nn. splanch-nici majores; contains accumulations of nervous cells. Innervates the upper mesenteric artery, their branches accompanying veins, a small> caecum, the ascending colonic P right part of a cross colon.

83. Mesentericus superior (systematis sympathici) pl§xvis, an upper mesenteric texture (sympathetic system), see Mesentericus superior plexus.

84. Myentericus plexus (PNA, JNA, BNA), muscular and intestinal texture; synonym of plexus Auerbachi. The intramural vegetative texture located between muscular layers of a gullet, stomach and intestines. It is formed by textures of these bodies; contains nervous cells. Innervates a muscular coat of internals.

85. Nervorum spinalium plexus (PNA, JNA, BNA), textures of spinal nerves. The general name of the neuroplexes formed by front branches of cervical, humeral, lumbar, sacral, coccygeal spinal nerves.

86. Occipitalis (systematis sympathici) plexus (BNA), occipital texture (sympathetic system). The part of plexus caroticus externus located on an occipital artery. Innervates an occipital artery, its branches and the accompanying veins. •

87. Oesophagei anterior et posterior (n. vagi) plexus, lobbies and back esophageal textures (vagus nerve), see Esophageus (esophagialis, oesophagialis) plexus.

88. Oesophagicus plexus, an esophageal texture, see Esophageus (esophagialis, oesophagialis) plexus.

89. Ophthalmicus (systematis sympathici) plexus (BNA), eye texture (sympathetic system). The vegetative texture located on an eye artery. It is formed by branches of plexus caroticus internus. Innervates an eye artery and its branches.

90. Ovaricus plexus (PNA, JNA), ovarian texture; synonym of plexus arteriae ovaricae (systematis sympathici) (BNA). The vegetative texture located on an ovarian artery. Forms - with I branches of plexus aorticus abdominalis et renalis. Innervates the ovarian artery, its branches accompanying veins, an ovary.

91. Pancreaticus plexus (PNA), texture of a pancreas. The vegetative texture located on a pancreas. It is formed by branches of plexus celiacus lienalis et mesentericus sup. Innervates a pancreas and its vessels.

92. Parotideus plexus (PNA), parotid texture; synonym of plexus parotideus (n. facialis) (BNA), plexus parotidicus (JNA), pes anserinus major. It is formed by branches of n. facialis. It is located on a parotid sialaden and in its thickness. Innervates mimic face muscles.

93. Parotideus (n. facialis) plexus, a parotid texture (facial nerve), see Parotideus plexus.

94. Parotidicus plexus, a parotid texture, see Parotideus plexus.

95. Pelvinus plexus, a pelvic texture, see Hypogastricus inferior plexus (plexus pelvinus).

96. Periarteriales plexus (PNA), periarterial textures. The general name of the vegetative textures located on the course of large arteries.

97. Pharyngeus plexus (PNA), pharyngeal texture; synonym: plexus pharyngeus (n. vagi) (BNA), plexus pharyngicus (JNA). It is formed by branches of nn. vagus, glossopha-ryngeus et gangl, cervicale trunci sympathici. It is located on back and side walls of a throat. Innervates to a drink.

98. Pharyngeus ascendens (systematis sympathici) plexus (BNA), the ascending pharyngeal texture (sympathetic system). The part of plexus caroticus externus located on the ascending pharyngeal artery. Innervates the ascending pharyngeal artery, its branches, pharyngeal veins, a throat (partially).

99. Pharyngeus (n. vagi) plexus, a pharyngeal texture (vagus nerve), see Pharyngeus plexus.

100. Pharyngicus plexus, a pharyngeal texture, see Pharyngeus plexus.

101. Phrenicus plexus (JNA), phrenic texture; synonym: plexus phrenicus (systematis sympathici) (BNA). The vegetative texture located on the lower phrenic artery. It is formed by branches of plexus celiacus and rr. phreni-coabdominales of a phrenic nerve; contains accumulations of nervous cells. And the N - irritates vessels of a diaphragm and an adrenal gland (partially).

102. Phrenicus (systematis sympathici) plexus, a phrenic texture (sympathetic system), see Phrenicus plexus.

103. Popliteus (systematis sympathici) plexus (BNA), subnodal texture (sympathetic system). The vegetative texture which is continuation of plexus femoralis. It is located on a popliteal artery. Innervir at e of t a popliteal artery, its branches and the accompanying veins.

104. Prostaticus plexus (PNA, JNA), prostatic texture; synonym of plexus prostaticus (systematis sympathici) (BNA). The vegetative texture located on a prostate. It is formed by branches of plexus hypogastricus inf. and branches of nn. splanchnici pelvini (nn. erigentes). A part of a male urethra innervates a prostate, its vessels and prostatic *.

105. Prostaticus (systematis sympathici) plexus, a prostatic texture (sympathetic system), see Prostaticus plexus.

106. Pudendalis plexus, a sexual (pudental) texture, see Pudendus (nervosus) plexus.

107. Pudendus (nervosus) plexus (BNA), sexual texture (nervous); synonym of plexus pudendalis (JNA). Part of plexus sacralis. III,

IV and V (partially) sacral spinal nerves are formed by front branches. The crotch, external genitals, pelvic interiors innervates.

108. Pulmonales anterior et posterior plexus, front and back pulmonary plexuses, see Pulmonalis plexus (vagus nerve).

10 9. Pulmonales dorsalis et ventralis plexus, dorsal and ventral pulmonary plexuses; see Pulmonalis plexus (vagus nerve).

110. Pulmonalis plexus (PNA, JNA), vegetative pulmonary plexus; synonym of plexus pulmonalis (systematis sympathici) (BNA). The texture located on a pulmonary artery and its branches. It is formed by pulmonary branches of n. vagus, branches of gangl, cervicothoraciciim and I — IV gangll. thoracica of a sympathetic trunk; contains accumulations of nervous cells. And the N - irritates bronchial tubes, vessels of a lung and a lung.

111. Pulmonalis plexus (PNA, JNA), pulmonary plexus (vagus nerve); synonym of plexus pulmonales anterior et posterior (BNA), plexus pulmonales dorsalis et ventralis (JNA). rr is formed. bronchiales n. vagi. It is located on primary bronchi. Is a part of plexus pulmonalis (vegetative).

112. Pulmonalis (systematis sympathici) plexus, a pulmonary plexus (sympathetic system), see Pulmonalis plexus (vegetative).

113. Rectales inferiores plexus (PNA), lower pryamokishechny textures. Vegetative textures. Are located on the lower pryamokishechny artery and its branches. Are formed by branches of plexus hypogastricus inf. and rr. rectales inf. n. pudendis. Innervate the lower pryamokishechny artery, its branches accompanying veins, a rectum (partially).

114. Rectales medii plexus (PNA), average pryamokishechny textures; synonym: plexus haemorrhoidalis medius (systematis sympathici) (BNA), plexus rectalis caudalis (JNA). Vegetative textures. Are located on an average pryamokishechny artery and its branches. Are formed by branches of plexus hypogastricus inf., plexus rectalis sup., nn. splanchnici pelvini (nn. erigentes) (from Sii_ih). Innervate the average pryamokishechny artery, its branches accompanying veins, a rectum (partially).

115. Rectalis caudalis plexus, a caudal pryamokishechny texture, see Rectales medii plexus.

116. Rectalis cranialis plexus, a cranial pryamokishechny texture, see Rectalis superior plexus.

117. Rectalis superior plexus (PNA), upper pryamokishechny texture; synonym: plexus haemorrhoidalis superior (systematis sympathici) (BNA), plexus rectalis cranialis (JNA). Unpaired vegetative texture. It is located on an upper pryamoki-of s of a buccal artery. It is formed

vyam of plexus mesentericus inf. Ин^е p*-.

in and p at e of t the upper pryamokishechny artery, its branches accompanying veins, a rectum (partially).

118. Renalis plexus (PNA, JNA), renal texture; synonym of plexus renalis (systematis sympathici) (BNA). Vegetative texture. It is located on a renal artery and its branches. It is formed by branches of plexus celiacus et plexus aorticus abdominalis, r. renalis n. splanchnici minoris; contains accumulations of nervous cells. To Inna r-in and p at e of t a kidney and its vessels.

119. Renalis (systematis sympathici) plexus, a renal texture (sympathetic system), see Renalis plexus.

120. Sacralis plexus (PNA, JNA), sacriplex; synonym of plexus sacralis (nervosus) (BNA). Part of plexus lumbosacralis. It is formed by front branches of IV (partially), the V lumbar and all sacral spinal nerves. Creates nn. cutaneus femoris post., gluteus inf., gluteus sup., ischiadicus, pudendus, to-rye innervate the respective areas.

121. Sacralis (nervosus) plexus, a nervous sacriplex, see Sacralis plexus.

122. Solaris plexus, an abdominal brain, see Celiacus (coeliacus) plexus.

123. Spermaticus plexus, a seed texture, see Testicularis plexus.

124. Spermaticus (systematis sympathici) plexus, a seed texture (sympathetic system), see Testicularis plexus.

125. Splenicus plexus, a splenic texture, see Lienalis (splenicus) plexus.

126. Subclavius plexus (PNA, JNA), subclavial texture; synonym of plexus subcl avius (systematis sympathici) (BNA). Vegetative texture. It is located on a subclavial artery and its branches. It is formed by branches of gangl, cervicothoraci-cum and plexus aorticus thoracicus. The II N of N of e p-ó and p y e t the subclavial artery, its branches accompanying veins, a dome of a pleura, a thyroid gland (partially).

127. Subclavius (systematis sympathici) plexus, a subclavial texture (sympathetic system), see Subclavius plexus.

128. Submucosus plexus (PNA, BNA, JNA), submucous plexus; synonym of plexus Meissneri. Intramural vegetative texture. It is located in a submucosa of a gullet, stomach and intestines. It is formed by the corresponding organ textures; contains nervous cells. Innervates a mucous membrane of the listed bodies and their gland.

129. Subserosus plexus (PNA), subserosal texture. Intramural vegetative texture. It is located under a serous cover of a stomach and intestines. About - it will be undressed by the corresponding organ textures. Innervates a visceral peritoneum.

130. Suprarenalis plexus (PNA, JNA), adrenal texture; synonym of plexus Suprarenalis (systematis sympathici) (BNA). Vegetative texture. It is located on an adrenal gland. It is formed by branches of plexus celiacus et plexus phrenicus; contains accumulations of nervous cells. To Inna r-in and p at e of t an adrenal gland and its vessels.

131. Suprarenalis (systematis sympathici) plexus, an adrenal texture (sympathetic system), see Suprarenalis plexus.

132. Sumpathici plexus, sympathetic textures, see Autonomici (viscerales) plexus.

133. Tymporalis superficialis (systematis sympathici) plexus (BNA), superficial temporal texture (sympathetic system). The part of plexus caroticus externus located on a superficial temporal artery. Innervates the superficial temporal artery and its branches accompanying veins.

134. Testicularis plexus (PNA), yaichkovy texture; synonym: plexus spermaticus (JNA), plexus spermaticus (systematis sympathici) (BNA). Vegetative texture. It is located on a yaichkovy artery. About - it will be undressed by branches of plexus aorticus abdominalis et plexus renalis. And N of h e p-ó and p at e of t a small egg and its vessels.

135. Thyreoideus inferior (systematis sympathici) plexus (BNA), lower thyroid texture. Vegetative texture. It is located on the lower thyroid artery. It is formed by branches of plexus subclavius. Innervates thyroid and epithelial bodies, the lower thyroid artery, its branches and the accompanying veins.

136. Thyreoideus superior (systematis sympathici) plexus (BNA), upper thyroid texture (sympathetic system). The part of plexus caroticus externus located on an upper thyroid artery. Innervates thyroid and para-thyroid glands, an upper thyroid artery, its branches and the accompanying veins.

137. Tympanicus plexus (PNA, JNA), drum texture; synonym of plexus tympanicus (Jacobsoni) (BNA). It is formed by branches of n. tympanicus with the participation of n. petrosus major and branches of plexus caroticus int. Innervates a mucous membrane of a drum cavity, cells of a mastoid and an acoustical pipe.

138. Tympanicus (Jacobsoni) plexus, a drum texture (Jacobson), see Tympanicus plexus.

139. Uretericus plexus (PNA), ureteric texture. Vegetative texture. It is located on an ureter. About - it will be undressed by branches of plexus renalis. And the N - irritates an ureter.

140. Uterovaginalis plexus (PNA, JNA), uterovaginal texture; synonym of plexus uterovaginalis (systematis sympathici) (BNA). Vegetative texture. It is located on a uterus and a vagina. It is formed by branches of plexus hypogastricus inf. and nn. splanchnici pelvini. Innervates a uterus and a vagina.

141. Uterovaginalis (systematis sympathici) plexus, an uterovaginal texture (sympathetic system), see Uterovaginalis plexus.

142. Vasculares plexus (PNA), vascular textures; synonym of plexus vasculosus (JNA, BNA). Textures, the innervating blood vessels.

143. Vasculosus plexus, a vascular texture, see Vasculares plexus.

144. Vertebralis plexus (PNA), vertebral texture; synonym of plexus vertebralis (systematis sympathici) (BNA). Vegetative texture. It is located on a vertebral artery. It is formed by branches of gangll. cervicothoracicum. And N of N of e r in and-r at e of t blood vessels of a brain.

145. Vertebralis (systematis sympathici) plexus, a vertebral texture of sympathetic system, see Vertebralis plexus.

146. Vesicales plexus (PNA), vesical textures; synonym: plexus vesicalis (JNA), plexus vesicalis (systematis sympathici) (BNA). Vegetative texture. It is located on a bladder. Images of An about branches of nn. rectales medii, plexus prostaticus and plexus deferentialis. The bladder innervates.

147. Vesicalis plexus, a vesical texture, see Vesicales plexus.

148. Vesicalis (systematis sympathici) plexus, a vesical texture (sympathetic system), see Vesicales plexus.

149. Viscerales plexus, visceral textures, see Autonomici (viscerales) plexus.

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