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Fig. 1.

Beginning with a transverse section at the level of the fourth cervical ganglion (fig. 1), the nerve Was found arising from the anterior roots of the fourth cervical nerve as the latter takes origin from the spinal cord.


Phrenic nerve origin, course, and termination in a 6 mm embryo.

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Reference

Amin M. The course of the phrenic nerve in the embryo. (1914) J Anat Physiol. 48(2): 215-8. PMID 17232992


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