middle cervical cardiac nerve

(redirected from nervus cardiacus cervicalis medius)

mid·dle cer·vi·cal car·di·ac nerve

one of the cardiopulmonary splanchnic nerves conveying postsynaptic sympathetic fibers running downward, from the middle cervical ganglion along the subclavian artery (on the left) or the brachiocephalic (on the right side) to join the cardiac plexus.
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