ganglion ganglion


  • (n) an encapsulated neural structure consisting of a collection of cell bodies or neurons


  1. Apart from being a hemophiliac, Allen's latest hero, Allan Felix, is an exposed ganglion of neuroses, guilts and self-recriminations.
  2. He found, for instance, a decrease in ganglion cells, and an unusual amount of fat in the cells.
  3. It works because, on much of the nation's telephone equipment, every call reaching a busy number is shunted away into a ganglion where the busy signal is produced.


  • Experts Examine Future Options in Digital Drugs for Pain

    An expert physicians and neuroscientists look to the future of "digital drugs," implantable devices for the treatment of pain. Exciting new options include focus on dorsal root ganglion; new frequencies of neurostimulation; and new devices for peripheral nerve stimulation.
    on June 13, 2013     Source: Newswise

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  • "Craig had trouble with his Achilles and it turned out to be ganglion. He had it removed on Thursday and should be available to start training this week in a hope that he could be available to face Wolves after the international break," Warnock...
    on Oct 5, 2005 By: Neil Warnock Source:

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