Medical Definition of External carotid nerves

1. A number of sympathetic nerve fibres conveyed via the cephalic arterial ramus of the sympathetic trunk which extends from the superior cervical ganglion to the external carotid artery, forming the external carotid plexus. Synonym: nervi carotici externi. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of External Carotid Nerves

external arcuate fibres
external artery of nose
external auditory canal
external auditory foramen
external auditory meatus
external axis of eye
external base of skull
external body part
external branch of accessory nerve
external branch of superior laryngeal nerve
external canthus
external capsule
external carotid
external carotid artery
external carotid nerves (current term)
external carotid plexus
external cause
external causes
external cephalic version
external collateral ligament of wrist
external conflict
external coupling
external couplings
external cuneate nucleus
external defibrillator
external dental epithelium
external drive

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