Anterior ethmoidal nerve

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Nerve: Anterior ethmoidal nerve
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The ophthalmic artery and its branches. (Nerve not pictured, but location is similar to artery.)
Latin nervus ethmoidalis anterior
Gray's subject #200 888
From nasociliary nerve
Dorlands
/ Elsevier
    
n_05/12565753

The anterior ethmoidal nerve is a nerve which provides sensory branches to the nasal cavity.[1] The branches it gives rise to are called the internal and external nasal branches of the anterior ethmoidal nerve, and the external branch ultimately innervates skin on the lateral sides of the nose.

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Specifically, innervates the septum of the nasal cavity.

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