Medical Definition of Communicating rami of sympathetic trunk

1. Short nerves arising from the lateral aspect of the sympathetic trunk conducting nonmyelinated postsynaptic sympathetic nerve fibres from the sympathetic trunk to the initial portions of all 31 pairs of ventral primary rami of spinal nerves for distribution by all parts (including the dorsal primary ramus) of the spinal nerve. The gray rami are the parietal branches of the sympathetic trunks since all postsynaptic fibres to be distributed to the body wall (including limbs) must pass through them. Synonym: communicating branches of sympathetic trunk, communicating rami of sympathetic trunk. (05 Mar 2000)



Lexicographical Neighbors of Communicating Rami Of Sympathetic Trunk

communicating branch of otic ganglion to auriculotemporal nerve
communicating branch of otic ganglion to chorda tympani
communicating branch of otic ganglion with medial pterygoid nerve
communicating branch of otic ganglion with meningeal branch of mandibular nerve
communicating branch of peroneal artery
communicating branch of superior laryngeal nerve with recurrent laryngeal nerve
communicating branches of auriculotemporal nerve to facial nerve
communicating branches of lingual nerve to hypoglossal nerve
communicating branches of spinal nerves
communicating branches of sympathetic trunk
communicating haematoma
communicating hydrocephalus
communicating junction
communicating rami of spinal nerves
communicating rami of sympathetic trunk (current term)
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