Valentin ganglion


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Va·len·tin gan·gli·on

(val'ĕn-tin),
a ganglion on the superior alveolar nerve.

Valentin ganglion

(val′ĕn-tēn″)
[Gabriel Gustav Valentin, Ger. physician, 1810–1883]
A small ganglion at the junction of the middle and posterior branches of the superior dental plexus.

Valentin,

Gabriel Gustav, German-Swiss physiologist, 1810-1883.
Valentin corpuscles - small bodies, probably amyloid, found occasionally in nerve tissue.
Valentin ganglion - a ganglion on the superior alveolar nerve.
Valentin nerve - connects the pterygopalatine ganglion with the abducens nerve.