• (noun): The neural or electrical arousal of an organ or muscle or gland.
    Synonyms: excitation, irritation
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on innervation:

The Blitz (Thebandwithnoname Album)
... "TBWNN" by fans) were a Christian band who were launched by Innervation Trust in March 2002, as their flagship band, alongside girl band TBC ... Innervation Trust is a Christian charity that recruited and resourced schools' teams, each dedicated to a major city in the UK ... Innervation Trust is the product of Mark Pennells and Zarc Porter, a songwriter/producer partnership also credited with writing most of the music for, and co-founding, the World Wide Message ...
Brachioradial Pruritus - Introduction
... Evidence exists that this reduction in cutaneous innervation occurs only during symptomatic flares, with innervation normalizing during symptom-free periods thus ... Abnormalities in cutaneous innervation have been documented ...
Cutaneous Innervation Of The Head
... Cutaneous innervation refers to the area of the skin which is supplied by a specific nerve ... The cutaneous innervation of the head is as follows Ophthalmic nerve (green) Maxillary nerve (pink) Mandibular nerve (yellow) Cervical plexus (purple) Dorsal rami of cervical nerves (blue) ...
Sole (foot) - Human Anatomy - Innervation
... from the common fibular nerve provides the sensory innervation of the skin between the first and second toes and the motor innervation of the muscles of the anterior compartment of the leg and dorsal foot ... from the medial plantar nerve provide sensory innervation to the skin of the plantar aspect of the toes, except the medial part of the big toe and the lateral part of the little toe and the motor ... plantar nerve from the common plantar digital nerve provide sensory innervation to the plantar surface of the toes as well as the dorsal aspect of the distal interphalangeal phalanges ...

More definitions of "innervation":

  • (noun): The distribution of nerve fibers to an organ or body region.