Greater occipital nerve

by skandy
Tags: greater, nerve, occipital
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Mar20-13, 08:13 AM
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Well, its a known fact that the greater occipital nerve is the thickest cutaneous nerve and it supplies the region of scalp behind vertex
But what is the reason for it being the thickest?

Thanks in advance for the answer! Have a greeat time ahead!
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