sympathogonia

sympathogonia

 [sim″pah-tho-go´ne-ah] (sing. sympathogo´nium) (Gr.)
undifferentiated embryonic cells that develop into sympathetic nerve cells.

sym·pa·tho·go·ni·a

(sim'pă-thō-gō'nē-ă),
The completely undifferentiated cells of the sympathetic nervous system.
[sympatho- + G. gonē, seed]

sym·pa·tho·go·ni·a

(sim'pă-thō-gō'nē-ă)
The completely undifferentiated cells of the sympathetic nervous system.
[sympatho- + G. gonē, seed]
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(i) In situ neuroblastomas that arise in the adrenal glands of 1 in 200 newborns and often spontaneously regress afterwards are histologically similar to residual rosette-like sympathogonia arrangements [37].
Ganglioneuroma are rare, benign neural tumor of sympathetic nervous system originating from neural crest sympathogonia. Pelvic ganglioneuromas may mimic ovarian masses.