celiac plexus


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celiac plexus:

see solar plexussolar plexus,
dense cluster of nerve cells and supporting tissue, located behind the stomach in the region of the celiac artery just below the diaphragm. It is also known as the celiac plexus.
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sup][27] implanted the celiac plexus tissue of human in NOD/SCID mice subcutaneously.
Celiac branches run along the left gastric artery and join the celiac plexus.
Supporting this hypothesis there is also the frequent association of sclerosis process of an adipose-cellular connective tissue, in individuals older than 50 years, occupying the retroperitoneal space around the aorta, involving up to the nervous structure of the celiac plexus and acquire an intimate anatomic-topographic relationship with the celiac trunk and with its branches.
Neurolytic celiac plexus bock for treatment of cancer pain: A meta analysis.
Ganglions and the nervous tissue of the celiac plexus, involving the initial segment of the mentioned vessels (celiac trunk and superior mesenteric artery), were withdrawn with the aid of a pincer and scissor to allow observing disposition of these arteries from their origins.
1966) described the celiac trunk compression by the median arcuate ligament and by the celiac plexus as a new clinical entity.
when they reported that in the reciprocal anatomic relationship with the aortic hiatus we have the muscular fascia of the diaphragm, the aponeurotic formation completing it, the aorta and its branches, the celiac plexus showing an intermingling of ganglions and fibers, weaving a network between the two crura and one adipose tissue fulfilling the empty areas.
Ganglions and the nervous tissue of the celiac plexus, involving the initial segment of the celiac trunk, were withdrawn with the aid of a pincer and scissor to allow observing disposition of these inferior phrenic arteries at the celiac trunk.