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solar

/so·lar/ (so´ler) denoting the great sympathetic plexus and its principal ganglia (especially the celiac); so called because of their radiating nerves.

solar

adjective
1. Pertaining to the sun.
2. Pertaining to the solar plexus.

solar

Pertaining to the sun or to the SOLAR PLEXUS.

solar

emanating from or pertaining to the sun's rays.

solar burn
see sunburn.
solar dermatitis
see solar dermatitis.
solar elastosis
degenerative changes in the dermis caused by excessive solar radiation.
solar keratosis
see actinic keratosis.
nasal solar dermatitis
see solar dermatitis, collie nose.
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