Special activity excited in any part of the nervous system or in any organ of sense or motion; the nervous influence necessary for the maintenance of life, and the functions of the various organs.
The distribution of nerves in an animal, or to any of its parts.
Distribution or supply of nerves to a part of the body.
The distribution of nerves to a particular tissue or body part.
The distribution of sensory and motor nerves to a specific region or organ.
contact that nerves make with the muslces they control. For instance - the biceps muscle is "innervated" by the nerve called "C-6".
supply of nerve fibers
the neural or electrical arousal of an organ or muscle or gland
the distribution of nerve fibers to an organ or body region
Connection with intact nerves. This is used in conjunction with muscles.
The nerve supply to an area or organ of the body.
A process in which nerves come from the brain to the brain stem or to the spinal cord, and then go out to muscles and tissues of the body. Signals from the nerves activate the muscles and control their movement. The nerves also carry information about sensations in the muscles and tissues back to the brain. Term found in About the Voice; Anatomy 301.
The nerve stimulus sent to a body part.
The nervous excitation necessary for the maintenance of the life and functions of the various organs including muscles. Example: if a muscle contracts then we know that it is innervated.
The act or process of transmitting nerve impulses to, as to a muscle or gland. The term is applied to structures external to the nervous system, and is used in relation to the source of the nerve impulses to any structure.
Nerve stimulation of a muscle.
Nerve root extended from a particular vertebrae to attach to a given muscle or part of the body.
Supply of nervous energy to the organs vital to their proper tone and function; served by a large and complex bundle of nerves.
Served by an intact nerve path.