radix

1. SYN: root (1). 2. SYN: root of tooth. 3. The hypothetical size of the birth cohort in a life table, commonly 1,000 or 100,000. [L.]
- r. accessoria [TA] SYN: accessory root of tooth.
- r. anterior nervi spinalis [TA] SYN: anterior root of spinal nerve.
- r. arcus vertebrae SYN: pedicle of arch of vertebra.
- r. brevis ganglii ciliaris SYN: parasympathetic root of ciliary ganglion.
- r. buccalis [TA] SYN: buccal root of tooth.
- r. clinica dentis [TA] SYN: clinical root of tooth.
- r. cranialis nervi accessorii [TA] SYN: cranial root of accessory nerve.
- r. dentis [TA] SYN: root of tooth.
- r. facialis SYN: nerve of pterygoid canal.
- r. inferior ansae cervicalis [TA] SYN: inferior root of ansa cervicalis.
- r. inferior nervi vestibulocochlearis SYN: cochlear root of VIII nerve.
- r. lateralis nervi mediani [TA] SYN: lateral root of median nerve.
- r. lateralis tractus optici [TA] SYN: lateral root of optic tract.
- r. linguae [TA] SYN: root of tongue.
- r. longa ganglii ciliaris SYN: sensory root of ciliary ganglion.
- r. medialis nervi mediani [TA] SYN: medial root of median nerve.
- r. medialis tractus optici [TA] SYN: medial root of optic tract.
- r. mesenterii [TA] SYN: root of mesentery.
- r. motoria nervi spinalis anterior root of spinal nerve.
- r. motoria nervi trigemini [TA] SYN: motor root of trigeminal nerve.
- r. nasi [TA] SYN: root of nose.
- r. nasociliaris ganglii ciliaris sensory root of ciliary ganglion.
- r. nervi facialis SYN: root of facial nerve.
- r. nervi oculomotorii ad ganglion ciliare parasympathetic root of ciliary ganglion.
- radices nervi trigemini SYN: roots of trigeminal nerve, under root.
- r. oculomotoria ganglii ciliaris parasympathetic root of ciliary ganglion.
- r. parasympathica ganglii submandibularis SYN: chorda tympani.
- radices parasympathicae gangliorum pelvicorum pelvic splanchnic nerves, under nerve.
- r. parasympathica ganglii ciliaris [TA] SYN: parasympathetic root of ciliary ganglion.
- r. parasympathica ganglii otici lesser petrosal nerve.
- r. penis [TA] SYN: root of penis.
- r. pili SYN: hair root.
- r. posterior nervi spinalis [TA] SYN: posterior root of spinal nerve.
- r. pulmonis [TA] SYN: root of lung.
- r. sensoria ganglii ciliaris [TA] SYN: sensory root of ciliary ganglion.
- r. sensoria ganglii pterygopalatini [TA] SYN: sensory root of pterygopalatine ganglion.
- r. sensoria ganglii sublingualis [TA] SYN: sensory root of sublingual ganglion.
- r. sensoria ganglii submandibularis [TA] SYN: sensory root of submandibular ganglion.
- r. sensoria nervi spinalis posterior root of spinal nerve.
- r. sensoria nervi trigemini [TA] SYN: sensory root of trigeminal nerve.
- r. spinalis nervi accessorii [TA] SYN: spinal root of accessory nerve.
- r. superior ansae cervicalis [TA] SYN: superior root of ansa cervicalis.
- r. superior nervi vestibulocochlearis SYN: vestibular root.
- r. sympathica ganglii ciliaris [TA] SYN: sympathetic root of ciliary ganglion.
- r. sympathica ganglii otici [TA] SYN: sympathetic root of otic ganglion.
- r. sympathica ganglii pterygopalatini deep petrosal nerve.
- r. sympathica ganglii sublingualis [TA] SYN: sympathetic root of sublingual ganglion.
- r. sympathica ganglii submandibularis [TA] SYN: sympathetic root of submandibular ganglion.
- r. unguis SYN: root of nail.
- r. vestibularis SYN: vestibular root.

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ra·dix 'rād-iks n, pl ra·di·ces 'rād-ə-.sēz, 'rad- or ra·dix·es 'rād-ik-səz the base or root of something (as a plant or a cranial or spinal nerve)

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ra·dix (raґdiks) gen. raґdicis pl. raґdices [L.] root: the most inferior part, or a part by which a structure is anchored, as the portion of a hair, nail, or tooth that is buried in the tissues, or the part of a nerve adjacent to the center to which it is connected.

Descriptions are given on TA terms and include anglicized names of specific roots.


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