cranial sensory ganglion

cranial sensory ganglion

the ganglion found on the root of each cranial nerve, containing the cell bodies of afferent (sensory) neurons.
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INTRODUCTION: Herpes zoster is a localized disease characterized by unilateral radicular pain and grouped vesicular eruption that is generally limited to the dermatome innervated by a single spinal or cranial sensory ganglion.
Herpes zoster caused by the reactivation of dormant varicella-zoster virus (VZV) is generally limited to the dermatome innervated by spinal and cranial sensory ganglion.