spinal part of the accessory nerve
The term spinal part of the accessory nerve refers to a fiber bundle in the spinal cord that arises from the accessory nerve nucleus in the anterior gray column of cervical segments 1 to 5 or 6. It emerges from the cord just caudal to the cranial part of the accessory nerve ( Crosby-1962 ).

Also known as: accessory spinal nerveNeuroNames ID : 1709

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