Medical Definition of Nervus trochlearis

1. The trochlear nerve controls an extraocular muscle. Lesions of this nerve will result in rotation of the eyeball upward and outward (and double vision). Synonym: cranial nerve IV. (27 Sep 1997)

Lexicographical Neighbors of Nervus Trochlearis

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
nervus tibialis
nervus transversus colli
nervus trigeminus
nervus trochlearis (current term)
nervus tympanicus
nervus ulnaris
nervus utricularis
nervus utriculoampullaris
nervus vagus
nervus vascularis
nervus vertebralis
nervus vestibularis
nervus vestibulocochlearis
nervus zygomaticus

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