OTHER WORDS FROM phrenicpost·phren·ic, adjectivesub·phren·ic, adjective
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How to use phrenic in a sentence
Care must be taken not to injure the important nerves, particularly the accessory, the vagus, and the phrenic.
Have you not stimulated my phrenic nerves, besides ruining my digestion with a galvanic current round my stomach?The Captain of the Pole-Star and Other Tales|Arthur Conan Doyle
The phrenic arteries, two in number, pass to supply the under surface of the diaphragm.
The symptoms are mainly those of peripheral neuritis with special implication of the phrenic and the pneumogastric nerves.
The vagus, the phrenic, and the spinal nerves may also be pressed upon.
British Dictionary definitions for phrenic
- of or relating to the diaphragm
- (as noun)the phrenic