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The Outermost Connective Tissue Covering of Spinal Nerves Is the?

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The outermost connective tissue covering of the spinal nerves is known as the epineurium. The epineurium consists of many connective tissues that are very dense, numerous blood vessels, and nerve fascicles. Epineurial repair is a surgery that directly involves the epineural. The endoneurium and the epineural are very similar because they both work to protect the spinal cord. The function of the endoneurium is to enclose the myelin sheaths that are located on the nerve fibers of the spinal cord.
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