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an encapsulated neural structure consisting of a collection of cell bodies or neurons

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in 2008 revealed in his study that 75% of HD patients had marked diminution of ICCs in aganglionic bowel, although 25% of ganglionic bowel also showed decrease positivity for ICCs.
Once the contrast material started to funnel up, X-rays were taken till it clearly outlined the distended proximal normal ganglionic colon.
Although ganglionic cysts are very common lesions, they may rarely cause compression neuropathy.
The researchers found markers on some neurons showing that they originated from a specific region of fetal brain called the ganglionic eminence, which generates inhibitory neurons destined for the cerebral cortex.
Perhaps the most significant utility of brachial plexus MR in the setting of trauma is to differentiate pre and post ganglionic injury, a distinction that has significant management implications.
Aronson, "Diffuse intracytoplasmic ganglionic inclusions (lewy type) associated with progressive dementia and quadriparesis in flexion," Journal of Neuropathology and Experimental Neurology, vol.
The celiac plexus is derived from the T5-T10 ganglionic roots.
in patients that the transition zone is located in proximal rather than the midsigmoid colon, there is a need to mobilize at least descending colon, and in some cases, splenic flexure in order to bring the ganglionic bowel down.
Rapid in vivo reactivation of herpes simplex virus in latently infected murine ganglionic neurons after transient hyperthermia.
I aim to determine the mechanisms mediating the allocation of interneurons born in the caudal ganglionic eminence (CGE) into circuits composed of pyramidal neurons and interneurons in the cerebral cortex.
9 found ganglionic lesions combined with degeneration of the related sensory and motor roots and severe neuritis on pathological examination findings which can easily explain the clinical and electrophysiological signs.
Compared to Nifurtimox, Benznidazole has fewer side effects such as hypersensitivity (dermatitis, generalized edema, ganglionic infarction, and joint and muscle pains), bone marrow depletion, and peripheral polyneuropathy (Coura 2009).
14 [micro]m Table-4: Age wise Distribution of Ganglionic Cell Complex Thickness in Right Eye (RE) and Left Eye (LE) Age in Years RE LE 20 - 30 102.