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(New page: {{BioPsy}} '''Special visceral efferent''' ('''SVE''') refers to efferent nerves which supply muscles which derived from the branchial arches.<ref>{{NormanAnatomy|cranialnerves}}</...)
 
 
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'''Special visceral efferent''' ('''SVE''') refers to [[efferent nerves]] which supply muscles which derived from the [[branchial arches]].<ref>{{NormanAnatomy|cranialnerves}}</ref> Examples of nerves that contain SVE fibers include the [[trigeminal nerve]], the [[facial nerve]], the [[glossopharyngeal nerve]], the [[vagus nerve]], and the [[accessory nerve]].<ref>Mehta, Samir et al. Step-Up: A High-Yield, Systems-Based Review for the USMLE Step 1. Baltimore, MD: LWW, 2003.</ref>
 
'''Special visceral efferent''' ('''SVE''') refers to [[efferent nerves]] which supply muscles which derived from the [[branchial arches]].<ref>{{NormanAnatomy|cranialnerves}}</ref> Examples of nerves that contain SVE fibers include the [[trigeminal nerve]], the [[facial nerve]], the [[glossopharyngeal nerve]], the [[vagus nerve]], and the [[accessory nerve]].<ref>Mehta, Samir et al. Step-Up: A High-Yield, Systems-Based Review for the USMLE Step 1. Baltimore, MD: LWW, 2003.</ref>
   
Some sources prefer the term "branchiomotor".<ref>http://cancerweb.ncl.ac.uk/cgi-bin/omd?branchiomotor+nuclei</ref>
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Some sources prefer the term "branchiomotor",<ref>[http://cancerweb.ncl.ac.uk/cgi-bin/omd?branchiomotor+nuclei Definition: branchiomotor nuclei from Online Medical Dictionary<!-- Bot generated title -->]</ref> or "branchial efferent".<ref name="title">{{cite web |url=http://www.ana.ed.ac.uk/anatomy/humat/notes/embryo/nervous/rhombencephalon/rhomben.htm |title=ana.ed.ac.uk |accessdate=2008-02-17 |format= |work=}}</ref>
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==Examples==
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Examples of nerves that contain SVE fibers include the [[trigeminal nerve]], the [[facial nerve]], the [[glossopharyngeal nerve]], the [[vagus nerve]], and the [[accessory nerve]].<ref>Mehta, Samir et al. Step-Up: A High-Yield, Systems-Based Review for the USMLE Step 1. Baltimore, MD: LWW, 2003.</ref>
   
 
==References==
 
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Special visceral efferent (SVE) refers to efferent nerves which supply muscles which derived from the branchial arches.[1] Examples of nerves that contain SVE fibers include the trigeminal nerve, the facial nerve, the glossopharyngeal nerve, the vagus nerve, and the accessory nerve.[2]

Some sources prefer the term "branchiomotor",[3] or "branchial efferent".[4]

ExamplesEdit

Examples of nerves that contain SVE fibers include the trigeminal nerve, the facial nerve, the glossopharyngeal nerve, the vagus nerve, and the accessory nerve.[5]

ReferencesEdit

  1. Norman/Georgetown cranialnerves
  2. Mehta, Samir et al. Step-Up: A High-Yield, Systems-Based Review for the USMLE Step 1. Baltimore, MD: LWW, 2003.
  3. Definition: branchiomotor nuclei from Online Medical Dictionary
  4. ana.ed.ac.uk. URL accessed on 2008-02-17.
  5. Mehta, Samir et al. Step-Up: A High-Yield, Systems-Based Review for the USMLE Step 1. Baltimore, MD: LWW, 2003.


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