cardiac nerves

cardiac nerves

the three autonomic nerves that supply the heart, including the inferior, superior, and middle (or great) cardiac nerves.
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Besides these branches, caudal vertebral cardiac nerves are separated from this ganglion as well as cranial and caudal branches which form subclavian ansa and vertebral nerve (Getty, 1975; Dursun, 2000; Pather et al.
2009) that nerve branches radiated out from cervicothoracic ganglion are the vertebral nerve, cranial and caudal branches that form subclavian ansa, caudal vertebral cardiac nerves.
Anatomy of human extrinsic cardiac nerves and ganglia.
A case of retroesophageal right subclavian artery--with special reference to the morphology of cardiac nerves.
Also, not everyone's cardiac nerves function equally.
Subsequently, the responses to stimulation of the right cervical vagosympathetic complex versus the right juxta cardiac nerves were compared (4).
Effect of canine cardiac nerves on heart rate, rhythm, and pacemaker location.
Efferent sympathetics come from T-1 to T-4 to the stellate and middle cervical sympathetic ganglion, the post-ganglionic fibers innervate the heart via the cardiac nerves.
The action of electrical stimulation and of certain drugs on cardiac nerves of the crab, Cancer irroratus.
Contact of adjacent nerve fibers in the cardiac nerve of mantis shrimp.
Scientists studying cardiac nerves have taken an important step toward explaining why aging diminishes the heart's ability to pump harder and faster under exertion.