Nervous may refer to:
- The nervous system
- "Nervous" (song), a rockabilly/doo-wop song first recorded by Gene Summers and His Rebels in 1958
- Nervous Records, a UK record label
- Nervous Records (US), a US record label
Other articles related to "nervous":
... A central nervous system cyst is a cyst that primarily presents in the tissue of the central nervous system ...
... Their nervous and ciculatory systems make them extremely resilient ... Their nervous system is composed of thousands of clusters allowing them to regenerate limbs and pull nearby limbs back onto their bodies ... This unusual nervous system gives them Jedi-like reflexes ...
... and may result from the way the central nervous system is wired "his reflex demonstrates evolutionary relics in the wiring of a part of the nervous system ...
... Cancer of the nervous system is common in domestic canids, and includes primary neoplasia of the peripheral nervous system, primary neoplasia of the central nervous ... Some of the most common of the central nervous system tumors are several types of primary (originating from brain tissue) canine brain tumors ...
... Neurocytoma (or neuroepithelioma) is a type of nervous system tumor which is primarily derived from nervous tissue ... from glial cells, which are not derived from nervous tissue ...
Famous quotes containing the word nervous:
“After Stéphane Mallarmé, after Paul Verlaine, after Gustave Moreau, after Puvis de Chavannes, after our own verse, after all our subtle colour and nervous rhythm, after the faint mixed tints of Conder, what more is possible? After us the Savage God.”
—William Butler Yeats (18651939)
“When General Motors has to go to the bathroom ten times a day, the whole countrys ready to let go. You heard of that market crash in 29? I predicted that.... I was nursing a director of General Motors. Kidney ailment, they said; nerves, I said. Then I asked myself, Whats General Motors got to be nervous about? Overproduction, I says. Collapse.”
—John Michael Hayes (b. 1919)
“He was the finest of our happy men;
He had all joys, he never thought of death;
He fiddled sometimes with his mind, and then
Shook off the tremor like a nervous wren....”
—Allen Tate (18991979)