Medical Definition of Ganglion vestibulare

1. A collection of bipolar nerve cell bodies forming a swelling on the vestibular part of the eighth nerve in the internal acoustic meatus; consists of a superior part and an inferior part connected by a narrow isthmus. Synonym: ganglion vestibulare, Scarpa's ganglion. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ganglion Vestibulare

ganglion oticum
ganglion pterygopalatinum
ganglion ridge
ganglion spinale
ganglion spirale cochleae
ganglion splanchnicum
ganglion stellatum
ganglion sublinguale
ganglion submandibulare
ganglion superius nervi glossopharyngei
ganglion superius nervi vagi
ganglion terminale
ganglion trigeminale
ganglion tympanicum
ganglion vertebrale
ganglion vestibulare (current term)
ganglionary
ganglionated
ganglionectomies
ganglionectomy
ganglioneuroblastoma
ganglioneuroma
ganglioneuromas
ganglioneuromata
ganglioneuromatosis
ganglionic
ganglionic blockade
ganglionic blockers
ganglionic blocking agent
ganglionic branch of internal carotid artery

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