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English translation: intermediate nerve

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Spanish term or phrase:nervio intermediario
English translation:intermediate nerve
Entered by: Barbara Thomas
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15:02 Jan 13, 2001
Spanish to English translations [Non-PRO]
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Spanish term or phrase: inteitnediario
neurotomía del inteitnediario. I think there is a spelling mistake, but I'm not sure.
LaBern
nervus intermedius, intermediate nerve
Explanation:
The smaller root of the facial nerve, lying between the main root and the vestibulocochlear nerve: it presents the geniculate ganglion at the geniculum of the facial nerve.
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Barbara Thomas
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Local time: 10:32
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Summary of answers provided
nanervus intermedius, intermediate nerve
Barbara Thomas
naintermediarioxxxOso


  

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7 hrs
intermediario


Explanation:
Could it be intermediario (intermediary)?

Greetings from: OSO ¶:^)

xxxOso
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9 hrs
nervus intermedius, intermediate nerve


Explanation:
The smaller root of the facial nerve, lying between the main root and the vestibulocochlear nerve: it presents the geniculate ganglion at the geniculum of the facial nerve.


    Dorland's Illuastrated Medical Dictionary, Saunders.
Barbara Thomas
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