Definition of Nerve end

1. Noun. The terminal structure of an axon that does not end at a synapse.

Exact synonyms: Nerve Ending
Group relationships: Axon, Axone
Specialized synonyms: Free Nerve Ending, Pacinian Corpuscle, Proprioceptor
Generic synonyms: End, Terminal

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Nerve End

nerve block anesthesia
nerve cell
nerve cell body
nerve cells
nerve center
nerve centers
nerve centre
nerve compression
nerve compression syndromes
nerve conduction
nerve conduction velocity
nerve cord
nerve deafness
nerve decompression
nerve degeneration
nerve end (current term)
nerve ending
nerve endings
nerve entrapment
nerve fascicle
nerve fiber
nerve fibers
nerve fibre
nerve fibres
nerve field
nerve force
nerve gas
nerve gases
nerve graft
nerve growth cone

Literary usage of Nerve end

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1. Anatomy, Descriptive and Surgical by Henry Gray, Timothy Holmes (1883)
"Tula "nerve- tuft" is, as it «-ere, but a compound network. the so-called nerve-end bulbs. The ends of the nerves never penetrate the interior of the ..."

2. Outlines of Comparative Anatomy of Vertebrates by John Sterling Kingsley (1917)
"NERVE-END APPARATUS In many cases-—skin, alimentary tract, muscles, etc.—the ends of the sensory nerves lose their medullary sheath and break up into fine ..."

3. Operative Surgery by John Shelton Horsley (1921)
"care that it should be of ample length and sutured to the ends of the nerve with the same technic that would be used in uniting the nerve end-to-end. ..."

4. Medical Record by George Frederick Shrady, Thomas Lathrop Stedman, Joseph Meredith Toner Collection (Library of Congress) (1902)
"The drying of the nerve end apparently exerts an inhibition upon the nerve-muscle prepara- ation, which cannot be overcome by any stimulation of another ..."

5. The Origin of Vertebrates by Walter Holbrook Gaskell (1908)
"This cavity is not empty, but the posterior part of it is filled with the termination of the nerve end-cells of the retina, as pointed out by me and ..."

6. Developmental Pathology by Eugene S. Talbot (1905)
"The effects of disease upon the pulp of the tooth, both through exposure, nerve-end degeneration, and the vaso-motor disorder, have already been described. ..."

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