spinal afferent nerve
Mixed nerve is a nerve that carry all the motor function, sensory function and the autonomic function in a single fiber. Spinal nerve is the example of the mixed nerve. Some of the Cranial nerve on the other hand is not the mixed nerve as it only has one property which is either sensory or motor function. http://www.answers.com/main/ntquery?s=spinal+nerve&gwp=13
Yes this can happen when any nerve is damaged but this is a greater danger if its an actual Spinal Nerve.
Would lead to loss of both sensory & motor function. Ventral ramus is the anterior division of a spinal nerve.
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Spinal Accessory Nerve
Motor function, as opposed to the dorsal roots, which are primarily sensory.
loos of motor function
nerve cells send electrical signals to and from the brain and spinal cord. These electrical signals are messages to and from various parts of your body. Therefore, the nerve cells function is to transmit signals.
The 9th spinal nerve is the largest spinal nerve, which is also known as the Sciatic nerve.
Loss of motor function
loss of sensory function
loss of both motor and sensory function
starting in the spinal cord, trace a motor pathway to the adductor muscles of the thigh. Include the spinal cord root, spinal nerve, nerve plexus, and specific peripheral nerve involved in the pathway
The diaphragm is innervated by the phrenic nerve which is a spinal nerve (originates from the spinal cord at C3), not a cranial nerve.
nerve cells and spinal column
A spinal nerve which carries motor, sensory, and autonomic signals between the spinal cord and the body.
There is upper motor neuron in spinal cord. There is lower motor neuron in the spinal nerve.
lose of both motor and sensory function
Loss of both motor and sensory function
The accessory spinal nerve (XI) is used in rotation of the head.accessory spinal nerve (XI)
lose of sensation at the level of spinal nerve
spinal accessory nerve (a nerve that helps control speech, swallowing, and certain movements of the head and neck)