vertebral nerve

(redirected from nervus vertebralis)

ver·te·bral nerve

a branch from the stellate ganglion that ascends along the vertebral artery to the level of the axis or atlas, giving branches to the cervical nerves and meninges.
Synonym(s): nervus vertebralis

ver·te·bral nerve

(vĕr'tĕ-brăl nĕrv)
A branch from the stellate ganglion that ascends along the vertebral artery to the level of the axis or atlas, giving branches to the cervical nerves and meninges.
Synonym(s): nervus vertebralis [TA] .
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