Cardiac nerve

The cardiac nerves are autonomic nerves which supply the heart. They include:


The nerves go down to the root of the neck with these following association:

Posterior: "prevertebral fascia overlying anterolateral surface of vertebral bodies"

Superior: "common carotid artery"

Inferior: "subclavian artery"

Laterally: "sympathetic trunk"

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