Auerbach ganglia

Au·er·bach gan·gli·a

(ow'ĕr-bahk),
collections of postsynaptic parasympathetic nerve cells in the myenteric plexus. See: myenteric (nerve) plexus.

Auerbach,

Leopold, German anatomist, 1828-1897.
Auerbach ganglia - collections of parasympathetic nerve cells in the myenteric plexus.
Auerbach plexus - a plexus of unmyelinated fibers and postganglionic autonomic cell bodies lying in the muscular coat of the esophagus, stomach, and intestines. Synonym(s): myenteric plexus
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The most remarkable changes were perivascular cuffing around Meissner and Auerbach ganglia in the muscle layer of stomach (Figure 1, panel B), ganglioneuritis in the trigeminal ganglion, and nonsuppurative encephalomyelitis (Figure 1, panel C).