SYN: accessory. [L.]
- a. willisii SYN: accessory nerve [CN XI].

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ac·ces·so·ri·us .ak-sə-'sōr-ē-əs, -'sȯr- n, pl -so·rii -ē-.ī, -ē-.ē
1) a muscle reinforcing the action of another

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ac·ces·so·ri·us (ak″ses-oґre-əs) [L. “supplementary”] accessory; used in naming certain structures thought to serve a supplementary function.

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  • accessorius — /ak seuh sawr ee euhs, sohr /, n., pl. accessorii / sawr ee uy , sohr /. Anat. any muscle, nerve, gland, etc., that reinforces the action of another. [ < NL, ML: ACCESSORY] * * * …   Universalium

  • accessorius — n. muscle (or nerve, gland, etc.) that aids the actions of another body part …   English contemporary dictionary

  • accessorius — ac·ces·so·ri·us …   English syllables

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  • ACCESSORIUS NERVUS WILLISSII — ACCESSORIUS NERVUS WILLISSII, или добавочный нерв, принадлежит XI паре черепно мозговых нервов; состоит из двух частей спинномозговой и бульбарной. Спинномозговая часть (А. п. spinalis) берет начало в верхних шейных сегментах спинного мозга от… …   Большая медицинская энциклопедия

  • accessorius sequitur naturam sui principalis — /aeksesoriyas sekwatar neytyursm syiiway prinsspeylss/ an accessory follows the nature of his principal One who is accessory to a crime cannot be guilty of a higher degree of crime than his principal …   Black's law dictionary

  • Accessorius sequitur naturam sui principalis — The accessory follows the condition of his principal. Hence, an accessory cannot be guilty of a higher crime than his principal. See 4 Bl Comm 36 …   Ballentine's law dictionary

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