Some articles on nerves, nerve:
... tensing lead to inflammation that is mediated by substances released by nerve cells (such as substance P) ... by the action of the chronically activated pelvic nerves on the mast cells at the end of the nerve pathways ...
... Muscle Origin Insertion Artery Nerve Action Antagonist intercostales ribs 1-11 ribs 2-12 intercostal arteries intercostal nerves Muscle Origin Insertion Artery Nerve Action Antagonist ...
... the result of direct irritation of intercostal nerves ... and pressure on the peripheral portions of the intercostal nerves, he was able to employ various mechanical treatments to correct the abnormalities and relieve his ... Carnett thought that lower abdominal pain was commonly caused by the lower six thoracic nerves and wanted to be able to distinguish this origin from that ...
... Cardiopulmonary nerves are splanchnic nerves that are postsynaptic and sympathetic ... They originate in cervical and upper thoracic ganglia and innervate the thoracic cavity ...
... ditties, ranging from sublimely silly to the unprintably ribald, to help them remember the cranial nerves..." The cranial nerves are I - Olfactory nerve II - Optic nerve III ...
More definitions of "nerves":
- (noun): An uneasy psychological state.
Example: "He suffered an attack of nerves"
Famous quotes containing the word nerves:
“My nerves are bad to-night. Yes, bad. Stay with me.
Speak to me. Why do you never speak. Speak.
What are you thinking of? What thinking? What?
I never know what are thinking. Think.”
—T.S. (Thomas Stearns)
and then what? The brains as
helpless as oysters in a pint container,
the nerves like phone wires.
God, take care, take infinite care
with the tumor lest it spread like grease.”
—Anne Sexton (19281974)
“The style, which is something I take to heart, is getting on my nerves horribly. It frustrates and torments me. I have days when I am sick about it and nights when it gives me a fever. The more I go at it the more I find myself incapable of conveying the Idea.”
—Gustave Flaubert (18211880)