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Exercise 21: Spinal Cord, Spinal Nerves, and the Autonomic Nervous System


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MOST SUPERIOR BOUNDARY OF THE SPINAL CORD

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Mocha 4 months ago

question, did these note-cards help with the online RODP Anatomy and Physiology class? I am struggling with it and needing all the help I can get to pass with a B

MAFerence 1 year ago

I'd like to add upon your answer, if I may: The cervical enlargement nerves exit here & form the brachial plexus (which controls the upper extremities)while the lumbar enlargement nerves exit and form both the lumbar and sacral plexuses (controlling the lower extremities). :-)

jncanf 2 years ago

No Problem

lslovick 2 years ago

Thank you very much for the post

jaemyrlee 2 years ago

im so thankful for notecards :))

Aztiliw 2 years ago

Thanks so helpful ;)

canyankeefan 2 years ago

so helpful!
thank you

julianagy3 3 years ago

THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!!!!! It really helped :)

rosalindrn 3 years ago

ok, when u can, thanks for ur help

jncanf 3 years ago

I dont have those exercise on me rosalindrn, sorry. I added them awhile back and I wont be able to check till this weekend if I can find the folder I saved all my completed ones in. I am gonna start adding more soon but exercises that are still missing. Have not had time as I am trying to pass my classes this semester too. Which question is it?

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Exercise 21
pg. 335 - 338
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Human Anatomy & Physiology

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