Nervus hypoglossus[1] sive hypoglossius[2] seu hypoglotticus[3] est nervorum cranialium duodecimus, qui, ut nomen indicat, infra (Graece ὑπὸ) linguam (Graece γλῶσσα sive γλῶττα) invenitur et illam movet.

Nervus hypoglossus hominis

NotaeRecensere

  1. Federative Committee on Anatomical Terminology (1998). Terminologia Anatomica. Stutgardiae: 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). Novi Eboraci: Peri Hellados publication office.
  3. Hyrtl, J. (1880). Onomatologia Anatomica. Geschichte und Kritik der anatomischen Sprache der Gegenwart. Vindobonae: Wilhelm Braumüller. K.K. Hof- und Unversitätsbuchhändler.
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