splanchnic nerves(redirected from Right splanchnic nerves)
Etymology: Gk, splanchna, viscera, nervus
a network of nerves, mainly preganglionic fibers, with filaments innervating the penis and clitoris, as well as the uterus, rectum, and other structures of the abdominal cavity.
pertaining to the viscera.
includes the mesenteric, splenic and hepatic beds, the first two comprising the major part of the inflow to the third.
a group of sympathetic nerves serving the blood vessels and viscera of the abdomen.