VAGUS NERVE: ANATOMY AND MAIN FUNCTIONS - GENERAL CLINIC

Vaginal Nerve Functions and Possible Changes



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The vagus nerve, also known as a pneumogastric nerve, is a nerve that travels from the brain to the abdomen, and along its path, gives rise to several branches that innervate several cervical, thoracic and abdominal organs, with sensory and motor functions, being important for the maintenance of vital functions like regulation of the heart and arterial frequency, for example