Nuclei of cranial nerves | definition of nuclei of cranial nerves by Medical dictionary
nuclei of cranial nerves
nu·cle·i of cra·ni·al nerves
groups of nerve cells associated with the cranial nerves either as motor nuclei (nuclei originis) or sensory nuclei (nuclei terminationis).
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The adjacent locations of the central motor nuclei of cranial nerves
V and VII within the cerebral cortex greatly aid in this process.
In the nuclei of cranial nerves
sharp expansion of the boundaries of the nuclei of neurons, loosening of chromatin, vacuolization of the nuclei of some neurons are in the foreground.
The nuclei of cranial nerves
V-VIII are located in this structure and connect the brain to the pons.