Nervus hypoglossus

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Nervus hypoglossus hominis

Nervus hypoglossus[1] sive hypoglossius[2] seu hypoglotticus[3] (e verbis Graecis ὑπὸ id est Latine infra et γλῶσσα id est lingua) est nervorum cranialium duodecimus qui ut nomen indicat sub lingua invenitur et linguam movetur.

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Federative Committee on Anatomical Terminology (1998). Terminologia Anatomica. Stuttgart: Thieme
  2. Triepel, H. (1908). Memorial on the anatomical nomenclature of the anatomical society. In A. Rose (Ed.), Medical Greek. Collection of papers on medical onomatology and a grammatical guide to learn modern Greek (pp. 176-193). New York: Peri Hellados publication office.
  3. Hyrtl, J. (1880). Onomatologia Anatomica. Geschichte und Kritik der anatomischen Sprache der Gegenwart. Wien: Wilhelm Braumüller. K.K. Hof- und Unversitätsbuchhändler.


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