How is a spinal nerve formed?
It is formed when two nerves cross and run through your back.
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The bladder receives information through the lumbar nerve plexus that is formed from spinal nerves that extend from the spinal cord and exit through the vertebral foramen (holes in between spinal bones )of the lower lumbar spine. Because the information comes from a nerve group, or plexus, it receives nerve impulse from more than one level of spinal cord. Thomas A. Bea
Starting from the spinal cord trace a motor pathway to the adductor muscle of the thigh Include the spinal cord root spinal nerve nerve plexus and specific peripheral nerve involved in the pathway?
If the ventral root of a spinal nerve were cut what would be the result in the region supplied by that nerve?
The ventral root of the spinal nerve is mainly related to the motor system. if someone has a ventral root nerve cut, he might possibly lose the motor control of the muscle supplied by the cut nerve. Apart from that, depending on which level of the nerve is cut, one might also experience an autonomic nervous system problem on specific organ(s) innervated by the sympathetic chain cut, as the sympathetic chain is located in the…