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gan·gli·a

(gang'glē-ă),
Plural of ganglion.

ganglia

(găng′glē-ə)
n.
A plural of ganglion.

ganglia

Plural of ganglion.

gan·gli·a

(gang'glē-ă)
Plural of ganglion.
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The most recent MeierRuge modified criteria (Table 2) are based solely on the proportion of "giant submucosal ganglia," defined as more than 8 ganglion cells per ganglion in a 15-[micro]m-thick frozen section that has been stained histochemically for LDH to highlight mature and immature ganglion cells.
The pedal ganglia are fused in the midline, although the right and left bodies are distinguishable.
The frequency of occurrence of these ganglia, which is surgically significant is also studied.
Despite the fact that the actual neural processes underlying various motor disturbances have not yet been clarified, research on the basal ganglia in movement, posture, and cognitive functions based on neuronal activities has progressed in recent decades.
Additionally, hemorrhage was excluded by the absence of supportive signal changes on MRI and the close conformation of the findings to the anatomic confines of the basal ganglia nuclei, sparing the surrounding internal and external capsules and devoid of mass effect.
Decreases in GABA and acetylcholine, metabolic acidosis, and energy deficiency lead to dysfunction in the basal ganglia, and consequently to chorea (2).
A brain-dedicated high resolution research tomograph (HRRT)-PET/7-Tesla MRI fusion system is one of the most attractive imaging tools for functional studies on the basal ganglia, because the basal ganglia require high spatial resolution to observe their subregions and diverse functions.
A lack of success, coupled with potential side effects such as joint damage risk via sheath connections amongst the ganglia and tendon or joint capsules has led to a general abandonment of such injections.
Intra-articular cysts and ganglia of the knee: a report of nine patients.
Keywords: Basal ganglia circuit, spiking neural network, mass model, dopamine.
The present study aimed therefore to determine the role of estrogens in modulating the size of neuronal somata of paravaginal ganglia in control (C), ovariectomized (OVX), and OVX treated with estradiol benzoate (OVX + EB) rabbits.