Nerves that branch from the spinal cord in pairs, emerging at various levels along its length. They carry information from all over the body to the spinal cord and relay commands from the brain and spinal cord back to the body.
The nerves that arise from the spinal cord.
the metameric peripheral nerves connected to the spinal cord containing sensory dendrites and motor neurites.
One of 86 peripheral nerves(43 pairs) that join spinal cord.
The mixed motor and sensory nerve connected to the spinal cord at a particular vertebral segment.
mixed nerve (motor and sensory) arising as lateral pairs at each vertebral segmental level. (More? Neural Notes)
type of nerve that branches directly off the spinal cord
any of the 31 pairs of nerves emerging from each side of the spinal cord (each attached to the cord by two roots: ventral and dorsal)
Nerves that emerge from the spinal cord and innervate the organs and tissues. There are 31 pairs, each attached to the cord by two roots, ventral and dorsal.
One of 31 pairs of nerves that extend between the spinal cord and another part of the body.
A bilaterally symmetrical pair of peripheral nerves arising from each spinal segment, and responsible for the body's sensory, skeletomuscular and visceral operation.
One of 31 pairs of nerves that originate on the spinal cord from anterior and posterior roots.
The term spinal nerve generally refers to the mixed spinal nerve, which is formed from the dorsal and ventral roots that come out of the spinal cord. The spinal nerve is the bit that passes out of the vertebrae through the intervertebral foramen.