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1. the distribution or supply of nerves to a part.
2. the supply of nervous energy or of nerve stimulation sent to a part.
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in·ner·va·tion(in'ĕr-vā'shŭn), Avoid confusing the terms innervate and innervation with enervate and enervation.
The supply of nerve fibers functionally connected with a part.
[L. in, in, + nervus, nerve]
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The supply of motor and sensory nerve fibers functionally connected with an organ or region.
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1. The supply or distribution of nerve fibres to any part of the body.
2. The provision of nerve stimuli to a muscle, gland or other nerve.
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Supply of nerve fibers functionally connected with a part.
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