Nasociliary nerve

nasociliary nerve na·so·cil·i·ar·y nerve (nā’zō-sĭl’ē-ěr’ē)
A branch of the ophthalmic nerve that serves to supply the mucous membrane of the nose, the tip of the nose, and the conjunctiva.


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