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English: Scheme showing structure of a typical spinal nerve. 1. Somatic efferent. 2. Somatic afferent. 3,4,5. Sympathetic efferent. 6,7. Sympathetic afferent.
Español: Esquema que muestra la estructura clásica de un nervio espinal. 1. Eferente somática. 2. Aferente somática. 3,4,5. Eferente simpática. 6,7. Aferente simpática. Figura 799 de la colección "Gray's Anatomy".
Plate 799
Date before 1858
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Template:Gray's Anatomy


Revised by Warren H. Lewis

Title Anatomy of the Human Body



Lea and Febiger

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Philadelphia and New York

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