Medical Definition of Nervi lumbales

1. Five bilaterally-paired nerves emerging from the lumbar portion of the spinal cord; the first four nerves enter into the formation of the lumbar plexus, the fourth and fifth into that of the sacral plexus. Synonym: nervi lumbales. (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Nervi Lumbales

nervi clunium inferiores
nervi clunium medii
nervi clunium superiores
nervi craniales
nervi digitales dorsales
nervi digitales dorsales pedis
nervi digitales palmares communes
nervi digitales palmares proprii
nervi digitales plantares communes
nervi digitales plantares proprii
nervi erigentes
nervi intercostales
nervi intercostobrachiales
nervi labiales anteriores
nervi labiales posteriores
nervi lumbales (current term)
nervi nervorum
nervi olfactorii
nervi palatini minores
nervi pelvici splanchnici
nervi perineales
nervi phrenici accessorii
nervi pterygopalatini
nervi rectales inferiores
nervi sacrales
nervi scrotales anteriores
nervi scrotales posteriores
nervi sphenopalatini
nervi spinales
nervi splanchnici lumbales

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