infratrochlear nerve

(redirected from nervus infratrochlearis)

in·fra·troch·le·ar nerve

[TA]
a terminal branch of the nasociliary nerve running beneath the pulley of the superior oblique muscle to the front of the orbit, and supplying the skin of the eyelids and root of the nose.
Synonym(s): nervus infratrochlearis [TA]

in·fra·troch·le·ar nerve

(in'fră-trok'lē-ăr nĕrv) [TA]
A terminal branch of the nasociliary nerve running beneath the pulley of the superior oblique muscle to the front of the orbit, and supplying the skin of the eyelids and root of the nose.
Synonym(s): nervus infratrochlearis [TA] .

infratrochlear nerve

A sensory branch of the nasociliary nerve. It runs along the medial wall of the orbit and innervates the skin and lining of the upper eyelid.
See also: nerve

in·fra·troch·le·ar nerve

(in'fră-trok'lē-ăr nĕrv) [TA]
Terminal branch of nasociliary nerve running beneath pulley of superior oblique muscle to the front of the orbit and supplying skin of eyelids and root of nose.