An interactive diagram of the spine and nervous system is available on innerbody.com. Additional diagrams of the spine and nervous system appear in various anatomy and physiology textbooks that are available at libraries... More »

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As the Stanford Visible Female explains, a gluteal muscle diagram is a 3D image of the muscles in the buttocks. According to My Weight Lifting, a diagram of the gluteal muscle should include the three gluteal muscles: th... More »

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The University of Maryland Medical Center, Drugs.com and Nucleus Medical Media websites all have diagrams of sciatica. The diagrams on these pages illustrate the sciatic nerve and how the brain interprets the pain signal... More »

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The brachial plexus is a network of nerves that transmits signals from the spine to the outer extremities of the upper body, according to Mayo Clinic. The brachial plexus controls the hands, arms and shoulders. More »

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Both phrenic nerves arise from the C3, C4 and C5 nerve roots in the cervical spine at the back of the neck, according to Radiopaedia.org. The right and left phrenic nerves are sensory and motor nerves that control moveme... More »

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The peripheral nervous system is connected to the brain through twelve pairs of cranial nerves on the inferior surface of the brain. These nerves pass through the skull to the innervated structures in the face, neck and ... More »

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There are eight cervical spine nerves branching off the spinal cord, according to Spine-health, and each spinal nerve carries out specific bodily and sensory activities. Neck pain and other symptoms indicate problems wit... More »

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