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Ganglia of sympathetic trunk



A chain of ganglia situated ventral and lateral to the spinal cord, and extends from the upper neck down to the coccyx.


In vertebrates, it consists of:


See also: sympathetic ganglia

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... on spinal cord and its nerves: 1. Are in sympathetic trunk sympathetic ganglia? 2. Whic are neurotransimters in sensory gangia?(If any ?) ...

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