Innerves - definition of innerves by The Free Dictionary
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in·nerve (ĭ-nûrv′) tr.v. in·nerved
To give nervous energy to; stimulate.
innerve ( ɪˈnɜːv) vb
tr) to supply with nervous energy; stimulate in•nerve (ɪˈnɜrv) v.t. -nerved, -nerv•ing.
to supply with nervous energy; invigorate; animate.
innerve Past participle: innerved Gerund: innerving Imperative Present Preterite Present Continuous Present Perfect Past Continuous Past Perfect Future Future Perfect Future Continuous Present Perfect Continuous Future Perfect Continuous Past Perfect Continuous Conditional Past Conditional
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It separates from the dorsal ramus of the C2 segment takes a fine branch from the C3 segment and
the posterior medial of the scalp to the anterior of the vertex.
The anterior interosseous nerve keeps up with the interosseous anterior artery along the anterior surface of the interosseous membrane of forearm, between the long flexor muscle of thumb and deep flexor muscle of fingers, the ones which it