ganglionitis


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ganglionitis

[gaŋ·glē·ə′nīd·əs]
(medicine)
Inflammation of a ganglion.
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Using this qRT-PCR, we analyzed lambs that, in 2017, received diagnoses of nonsuppurative encephalomyelitis and ganglionitis typical of neuronotropic viral infection; all 3 animals tested positive (Table 1).
The VZV-induced ganglionitis and neuritis during the acute stage of the HZ stimulate a robust local sympathetic reaction which causes vasoconstriction with consequent ischaemic nerve damage and pain, thus contributing to the intensity of the acute neuritic pain [11].
Gacek, "The three faces of vestibular ganglionitis," Annals of Otology, Rhinology & Laryngology, vol.
Hence it was suggested by the authors that such proprioceptive loss could well be the result of an unusual 'leprous ganglionitis'.
During a HZ infection, the virus replicates further in the affected dorsal ganglion causing a ganglionitis resulting in a severe neuralgia that intensifies as virus extends through the sensory nerve.
Ataxic sensory neuropathy and dorsal root ganglionitis associated with Sjogren's syndrome.