Medical Definition of Nervus thoracodorsalis

1. Arises from the posterior cord of the brachial plexus; it contains fibres from the sixth, seventh, and eighth cervical nerves and supplies the latissimus dorsi muscle. Synonym: nervus thoracodorsalis, long subscapular nerve. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Nervus Thoracodorsalis

nervus subclavius
nervus subcostalis
nervus sublingualis
nervus suboccipitalis
nervus supraclavicularis intermedius
nervus supraclavicularis lateralis
nervus supraclavicularis medialis
nervus supraorbitalis
nervus suprascapularis
nervus supratrochlearis
nervus suralis
nervus tensoris tympani
nervus tensoris veli palatini
nervus tentorii
nervus thoracicus longus
nervus thoracodorsalis (current term)
nervus tibialis
nervus transversus colli
nervus trigeminus
nervus trochlearis
nervus tympanicus
nervus ulnaris
nervus utricularis
nervus utriculoampullaris
nervus vagus
nervus vascularis
nervus vertebralis
nervus vestibularis
nervus vestibulocochlearis
nervus zygomaticus

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