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splanchnic

 [splangk´nik]
pertaining to the viscera.

vis·cer·al

(vis'ĕr-ăl),
Relating to the viscera.
Synonym(s): splanchnic

splanchnic

/splanch·nic/ (splangk´nik) pertaining to the viscera.

splanchnic

(splăngk′nĭk)
adj.
Of or relating to the viscera; visceral: a splanchnic nerve.

splanchnic

[splangk′nik]
See visceral.

vis·cer·al

(vis'ĕr-ăl)
Relating to the viscera.
Synonym(s): splanchnic.

splanchnic

Pertaining to the internal organs (viscera).

splanchnic

of or relating to the viscera.

splanchnic

pertaining to the viscera.

splanchnic circulation
includes the mesenteric, splenic and hepatic beds, the first two comprising the major part of the inflow to the third.
splanchnic nerves
a group of sympathetic nerves serving the blood vessels and viscera of the abdomen.
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Exercise improves the impaired insulin sensitivity of women with GDM, which in turn increases glucose uptake by muscles and splanchnic organs, but this effect is achieved only through the activation of large muscles, such as the quadriceps, at adequate intensity, which explains why some studies in the literature fail to show normalization of glucose levels after exercise.
1984; Kumar and Corder 1980; Larsen and Thomsen 1980a, 1980b), splanchnic arteries (Larsen and Thomsen 1980a), and the aorta (Borchard et al.
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Splanchnic and mammary nitrogen metabolism by dairy cows fed dry-rolled or steam-flaked sorghum grain.
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