- trigeminal cavity,
- trigeminal ganglion,
- trigeminal nerve,
- trigeminal neuralgia,
- trigeminal pulse
Origin of trigeminal
Examples from the Web for trigeminal
The most common variety of trigeminal neuralgia is migraine, or sick-headache, as it is often called.
In Fig. 114, Miss Alcock has drawn the distribution of the trigeminal nerve as traced by her through a series of sections.
The origin of the trigeminal motor fibres in the central nervous system is most striking.
The epimeral purely sensory nerves to the somatic surface, equivalent in the vertebrate to the ascending root of the trigeminal.
This period is above all things fruitful in trigeminal neuralgias, especially migraine.