splanchnic nerve

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splanchnic nerve

[′splaŋk·nik ¦nərv]
(neuroscience)
A nerve carrying nerve fibers from the lower thoracic paravertebral ganglions to the collateral ganglions.
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The angle was measured between the line of the probe and the horizontal line at the center mark (acute angle), and the distance was the length from the center mark on the skin to the operation spot where the splanchnic nerves were resected (Fig.
According to the observation of the anterior of abdominal cavity, the adjacent structures in the upper abdomen were pulled aside to expose the axial structures, the splanchnic nerves were found beside the diagram curs and on the lateral of the abdominal aorta (Fig.
The positions where splanchnic nerves passed through the diaphragm.
The adjacent structures of the splanchnic nerves. After a series of dissections was performed, the splanchnic nerves of both sides were found adjacent to the medial arcuate ligament of diaphragm, the adrenal gland and the crus of diaphragm.
The pleura was then opened and the splanchnic nerves transected with diathermy.
risk factors for recurrence of the virus in our patient may have included surgical manipulation of the splanchnic nerves, decreased cell-mediated immunity related to her diabetes, and raised plasma corticosteroid levels.
The MSC and the ASC communicated with each other at the level of T9, T10 and T11 ganglion, indicating the absence of classical pattern of greater, lesser and least splanchnic nerves on the right side.
KEY WORDS: Splanchnic nerves; Sympathetic chain; Trunk thoracic; Ganglion,
The sympathetic nerves for the abdomen and pelvis are called splanchnic nerves. The greater splanchnic nerve arises from T5-9 and terminates in the celiac plexus.
1 and 3), thus showing absence of classical pattern of greater, lesser or least splanchnic nerves as documented in standard textbooks.