trifacial nerve

trifacial nerve
tri·fa·cial nerve .trī-'fā-shəl- n TRIGEMINAL NERVE

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  • Mylohyoid nerve — Nerve: Mylohyoid nerve Mandibular division of the trifacial nerve. (Label for mylohyoid nerve is at bottom center.) …   Wikipedia

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  • Medial pterygoid nerve — Nerve: Medial pterygoid nerve Mandibular division of the trigeminus nerve. (Internal pterygoid nerve visible but not labeled.) …   Wikipedia

  • Mental nerve — Nerve: Mental nerve Distribution of the maxillary and mandibular nerves, and the submaxillary ganglion. (Mental nerve visible at bottom right, at chin.) …   Wikipedia

  • Masseteric nerve — Nerve: Masseteric nerve Mandibular division of the trifacial nerve. (Masseteric visible near center.) Latin nervus massetericus Gray s …   Wikipedia

  • trifacial — Denoting the fifth pair of cranial nerves, the trigeminal nerves. [tri + L. facies, face] * * * tri·fa·cial (tri faґshəl) [L. trifacialis] designating the fifth cranial nerve (nervus trigeminus [TA]) …   Medical dictionary

  • trifacial — adj. of the trigeminal nerve which conducts impulses from the head and face to the brain (Anatomy); having three surfaces …   English contemporary dictionary

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