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Visceral

 

a term referring to the internal organs of an animal. The term is used to describe the visceral peritoneum lining the intestines; the visceral musculature of the intestines; the visceral cranium, a part of the cranium; and the visceral material surrounding the anterior portion of the intestinal tube.

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2) However, visceral pain cannot be relieved by blockage of these nerves, and additional analgesia is needed.
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