tentorial nerve

(redirected from nervus tentorii)

ten·to·ri·al nerve

[TA]
the meningeal branch arising in a recurrent fashion from the intracranial portion of the ophthalmic nerve supplying the tentorium cerebelli and supratentorial falx cerebri.

ten·to·ri·al nerve

(ten-tōr'ē-ăl nĕrv) [TA]
The meningeal branch arising in a recurrent fashion from the intracranial portion of ophthalmic nerve supplying tentorium cerebelli and supratentorial falx cerebri.
Synonym(s): nervus tentorii, ramus meningeus recurrens nervi ophthalmici, ramus tentorii.