Sixth Cranial Nerve
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Definition of the noun sixth cranial nerve
What does sixth cranial nerve mean as a name of something?
- a small motor nerve supplying the lateral rectus muscle of the eye
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NCLEX-PN Exam Cram (2014)
by Wilda Rinehart, Diann Sloan, Clara Hurd
The sixth cranial nerve is the abducens that controls lateral movement of the eyes. The ability to chew is controlled by the fifth cranial ...
The Vitamins (2012)
by Gerald F. Combs, Jr.
The sixth cranial nerve is the nervus abducens, the 274 PART | II Considering the Individual Vitamins Other Conditions 9.
Medical Record (1920)
by George Frederick Shrady, Thomas Lathrop Stedman
The sixth cranial nerve is the abducens; it is a motor nerve, and supplies ...
The World's most comprehensive list of English-language medical abbreviations and acronyms by Burt Vance
C4 = fourth cervical vertebra C4S = chondroitin-4-sulfate C IV = fourth cranial nerve C5 = fifth cervical nerve C5 = fifth cervical vertebra C V = fifth cranial nerve C6 = sixth cervical nerve C6 = sixth cervical vertebra CVI = sixth cranial nerve.
by Carol Turkington, Joseph Harris
ABDUCENS NERVE (sixth cranial nerve); FACIAL NERVE.
Mosby's Dental Dictionary (2013)
by Elsevier, Mosby
n the sixth cranial nerve; a small, completely motor nerve arising in the pons, supplying the lateral rectus muscle of the eye. nerve, accessory, ...
Dictionary of Medicine (2014)
by P.H. Collin
abducent nerve = sixth cranial nerve which controls the muscle which makes the eyeball turn; accessory nerve = eleventh cranial nerve ...
by Philip Winn
The ABDUCENS NERVE (the sixth cranial nerve) is a motor nerve innervating the lateral rectus muscle of the eye involved in rolling the eyeball laterally ( abduction). The abducens nucleus is located dorsally in the pontine tegmentum, and the ...
Sixth cranial nerve palsy impairs the function of the lateral rectus muscle, producing an abduction deficit in the affected eye. The examiner must guard against the presumption that all abduction deficits are due to sixth nerve palsies, ...
by John William Ballantyne
— The sixth cranial nerve, or abducens. See Brain, Physiology ( Cranial Nerves) ; Brain, Tumours of (Localising Symptoms, Sixth Nerve) ; Ocular Muscles, Affections of (Etiology) ; Physiology, Neuromuscular Mechanism ( Medulla); ...
The sixth cranial nerve. A. labio'rum. See A.
A Vocabulary of the Terms Used in Medicine, and the Allied Sciences, with Their Pronunciation, Etymology, and Signification, Including Much Collateral Information of a Descriptive and Encyclopedic Character by Henry Ware Cattell
The sixth cranial nerve, which supplies that muscle. A. nucleus = nucleus abducen- tis. A. oc'uli = abducens, def. 1. A. o'ris or labio'rum, the levator anguli oris. [L.] ab-du'cent. Drawing, or acting so as to draw, away from the median or axial line.
The sixth cranial nerve. A. lablo'rum See ...
Dictionary of Human Biology (2000)
by Peter Reuter
Ab dulcens m abducent nerve, abducens, sixth cranial nerve, sixth nerve. Ab duicens kern m abducens nucleus, nucleus of abducens nerve. Ablducltor m abductor muscle, abductor. Abductor digiti minimi manus m abductor digiti minimi ...
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