craniosacral


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craniosacral

 [kra″ne-o-sa´kral]
pertaining to the skull and sacrum.

cra·ni·o·sa·cral

(krā'nē-ō-sā'krăl),
Denoting the cranial and sacral origins of the parasympathetic division of the autonomic nervous system.

craniosacral

(krā′nē-ō-sā′krəl, -săk′rəl)
adj.
1. Of or relating to the cranium and the sacrum.
2. Of or relating to the parasympathetic nervous system.

cra·ni·o·sa·cral

(krā'nē-ō-sā'krăl)
Denoting the cranial and sacral origins of the parasympathetic division of the autonomic nervous system.

cra·ni·o·sa·cral

(krā'nē-ō-sā'krăl)
Denoting cranial and sacral origins of parasympathetic division of the autonomic nervous system.

craniosacral

pertaining to the skull and sacrum.

craniosacral outflow
the parasympathetic outflow.
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