Medical Definition of Gangliated cord

1. One of the two long ganglionated nerve strands alongside the vertebral column that extend from the base of the skull to the coccyx; they are connected to each spinal nerve by gray rami and receive fibres from the spinal cord through white rami connecting with the thoracic and upper lumbar spinal nerves. Synonym: truncus sympathicus, gangliated cord. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gangliated Cord

ganglia intermedia
ganglia lumbalia
ganglia of autonomic plexuses
ganglia of sympathetic trunk
ganglia pelvina
ganglia phrenica
ganglia plexuum autonomicorum
ganglia renalia
ganglia sacralia
ganglia thoracica
ganglia trunci sympathici
ganglial
gangliar
gangliate
gangliated
gangliated cord (current term)
gangliated nerve
gangliectomies
gangliectomy
ganglier
gangliest
gangliform
gangliitis
ganglike
gangline
ganglines
gangliness
gangling
ganglioblast
gangliocyte

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