Medical Definition of Plexus cardiacus superficialis

1. The superficial and smaller subdivision of the cardiac plexus, formed by the left superior cardiac nerves from the left vagus and cervical sympathetic trunk; it is found beneath the aortic arch, between the arch and the bifurcation of the pulmonary trunk. Synonym: plexus cardiacus superficialis. (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Plexus Cardiacus Superficialis

plexus annularis
plexus aorticus
plexus aorticus abdominalis
plexus aorticus thoracicus
plexus arteriae cerebri anterioris
plexus arteriae cerebri mediae
plexus arteriae choroideae
plexus auricularis posterior
plexus autonomici
plexus axillaris
plexus basilaris
plexus brachialis
plexus cardiacus
plexus cardiacus profundus
plexus cardiacus superficialis (current term)
plexus caroticus
plexus caroticus communis
plexus caroticus externus
plexus caroticus internus
plexus cavernosi concharum
plexus cavernosus
plexus celiacus
plexus cervicalis
plexus choroideus ventriculi lateralis
plexus choroideus ventriculi quarti
plexus choroideus ventriculi tertii
plexus coccygeus
plexus coeliacus

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