Origin of innervation
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The innervation was not given for the intrinsic foot musculature.
The second important element is the innervation of the muscles in consequence of movement merely seen.Criminal Psychology
The more direct causes are over-distension of the gut and disturbance in the circulation and innervation of its walls.
Romer gave the innervation of the hip and thigh muscles in the chicken, but did not cover the lumbosacral plexus.
Howell listed the innervation of the hip and thigh muscles in the chicken; he did not include the lumbosacral plexus.
- The arrangement or distribution of nerves to an organ or body part.
- The amount or degree of stimulation of a muscle or organ by nerves.
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