ganglion sensorium nervi spinalis


ganglion sensorium nervi spinalis
[TA] spinal ganglion: the ganglion found on the posterior root of each spinal nerve, composed of the unipolar nerve cell bodies of the sensory neurons of the nerve. Called also g. spinale and dorsal or posterior root g.

Ganglion sensorium nervi spinalis (spinal ganglion), seen in a cross-section of the spinal cord.


Medical dictionary. 2011.

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