Medical Definition of Plexus oesophageus

1. One of two nervous plexus's, posterior and anterior on the walls of the oesophagus; the first is formed by branches from the right vagus and left recurrent, the second by the anastomosing trunks of the vagus after leaving the pulmonary plexus's; branches supply the mucous and muscular coats of the oesophagus. Synonym: plexus oesophageus, plexus gulae. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Plexus Oesophageus

plexus lumbalis
plexus lumbosacralis
plexus lymphaticus
plexus mammarius
plexus mammarius internus
plexus maxillaris externus
plexus maxillaris internus
plexus meningeus
plexus mesentericus
plexus mesentericus inferior
plexus mesentericus superior
plexus myentericus
plexus nervorum spinalium
plexus nervosus
plexus occipitalis
plexus oesophageus (current term)
plexus of anterior cerebral artery
plexus of choroid artery
plexus of middle cerebral artery
plexus of spinal nerves
plexus ophthalmicus
plexus ovaricus
plexus pancreaticus
plexus pelvinus
plexus periarterialis
plexus pharyngeus
plexus pharyngeus ascendens

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