Noun(1) an encapsulated neural structure consisting of a collection of cell bodies or neurons
(1) The differential diagnosis of a suture granuloma includes abscess, surgical wound inflammation, lipoma, neoplasm, or ganglion cyst.(2) If this experiment were possible I would predict that removing the rhopalial ganglion cells would eliminate a behavioral response to light even if the eyes and the swim system remained unharmed.(3) For some experiments, samples of gill, claw muscle, hepatopancreas, gonad, and thoracic ganglion were also removed to serve as controls.(4) Metastatic lesions may be confused with a ganglion , epidermoid inclusion cyst, acute gout, and even rheumatoid arthritis.(5) This nerve carries the otic ganglion , which is derived from glossopharyngeal neurons.(6) Herpes zoster is caused by reactivation of varicella-zoster virus from a dorsal root ganglion to a cutaneous nerve and the adjacent skin.(7) The most commonly considered diagnoses are ganglion , implantation dermoid, cyst, abscess, lipoma, subcutaneous foreign body granuloma, and tendon sheath xanthoma.(8) It is the breakdown of the synovial tissue of tendon sheaths that gives rise to most ganglia .(9) It is deposited in those brain ganglia that normally house iron.(10) Inflammation is commonly present in the basal ganglia , brainstem, spinal cord, and dorsal root ganglia and is composed of a perivascular lymphocytic infiltrate with accompanying glial reaction.(11) Occurrence of neurodegeneration was indicated by the vacuolar appearance of neural tissues of the brain or ganglia .(12) The two main ganglionic trunks of the sympathetic nervous system are the cervical and lumbar trunks.(13) Parkinson's disease affects a part of the brain's motor system called the basal ganglia .(14) Swim interneuron isolation was done according to methods previously described by them, by pulling the cell out of the ganglia using the recording microelectrode.(15) It appears as if all of the staining in the cerebral ganglia is due to processes emanating from cells in the ganglia at the base of the tentacles.(16) In normal circumstances, nerve cells in the part of the brain called the basal ganglia produce the chemical dopamine.
(1) ganglion cyst :: ガングリオン
1. tumor ::
2. ganglion ::
3. excrescence ::
4. knot ::
5. bulb ::
6. lump ::
7. nerve center ::
8. nerve knot ::
Different Formsganglion, ganglionic
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