It can, however, originate in any other part of the body through the spinal nerve centres.
The neural arch is small and deeply notched behind for the passage of the spinal nerve.
Between the base of the neural arch and its successor is a small foramen for the exit of the spinal nerve.
Before the passage of the constant electric current the spinal nerve was stimulated by an induction shock of definite intensity.
spinal nerve n.
Any of 31 pairs of nerves emerging from the spinal cord, each attached to the cord by two roots, anterior or ventral and posterior or dorsal, the latter provided with a spinal ganglion. The two roots unite in the intervertebral foramen but divide again into ventral and dorsal rami, or anterior and posterior primary divisions, the former supplying the foreparts of the body and limbs, the latter the muscles and skin of the back.
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Any of the nerves that arise in pairs from the spinal cord and form an important part of the peripheral nervous system. The spinal nerves contain both sensory and motor nerve fibers. There are 31 pairs of spinal nerves in the human body.