lesser splanchnic nerve

less·er splanch·nic nerve

[TA]
one of the abdominopelvic splanchnic nerves arising in the thorax from the last two thoracic sympathetic ganglia and passing through the diaphragm to the aorticorenal ganglion; conveys presynaptic sympathetic fibers and visceral afferent fibers.
Synonym(s): nervus splanchnicus minor [TA]

less·er splanch·nic nerve

(les'ĕr splangk'nik nĕrv) [TA]
One of the abdominopelvic splanchnic nerves arising in the thorax from the last two thoracic sympathetic ganglia and passing through the diaphragm to the aorticorenal ganglion; conveys presynaptic sympathetic fibers and visceral afferent fibers.
Synonym(s): nervus splanchnicus minor [TA] .
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The lesser splanchnic nerve originates from T10-11 and ends in the aortico-renal plexus, while the least splanchnic nerve comes from the T12 segment and synapses in the renal plexus.
There are past reports of a common trunk for the greater and lesser splanchnic nerves (Naidoo et al.
The greater and lesser splanchnic nerves entered the abdomen by passing through this space (Figure 1 & 2).
The medial branches of the lower thoracic sympathetic ganglia; the greater and lesser splanchnic nerves, enter the abdomen by piercing the diaphragmatic crura and finally relay in the celiac ganglia and contribute in the formation of celiac plexus.