intermediary nerve in·ter·me·di·ar·y nerve (ĭn’tər-mē’dē-ěr’ē)
A root of the facial nerve containing sensory fibers from the anterior portion of the tongue. Also called intermediate nerve.
[in-ter-mee-dee-it] /ˌɪn tərˈmi di ɪt/ adjective 1. being, situated, or acting between two points, stages, things, persons, etc.: the intermediate steps in a procedure. 2. of or relating to an . 3. Automotive. . noun 4. a person who acts between others; intermediary; mediator. 5. something intermediate, as a form or class. 6. Chemistry. a […]
adjective 1. (of a drug) intermediate in its effects between long- and short-acting drugs Compare long-acting, short-acting
- Intermediate antebrachial vein
intermediate antebrachial vein intermediate an·te·bra·chi·al vein (ān’tē-brā’kē-əl) n. A vein that begins at the base of the dorsum of the thumb, curves around the radial side, ascends the middle of the forearm, and just below the bend of the elbow divides into the intermediate basilic and the intermediate cephalic veins.
- Intermediate basilic vein
intermediate basilic vein n. The medial branch of the intermediate antebrachial vein that joins the basilic vein.