pelvic ganglia

pel·vic gan·gli·a

[TA]
the parasympathetic ganglia scattered through the pelvic plexus of either side.

pel·vic gan·gli·a

(pel'vik gang'glē-ă) [TA]
The parasympathetic ganglia scattered through the pelvic plexus on either side.
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The estrogenic status influences the size of neuronal somata of pelvic ganglia in female rats and rabbits [7, 8].
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Results: The results demonstrated that the motor root above the spinal micturition center can be used to reinnervate the bladder, and that the axons can regenerate to at least as far as the pelvic ganglia.