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Ganglion cells

Ganglion cells of dorsal spinal root

Pseudounipolar nerve cell bodies in the ganglia of the dorsal spinal Nerve roots; the sensory spinal nerves are composed of the peripheral axon branches of these sensory ganglion cells, whereas the central axon branch of each such cell enters the spinal cord as a component of the dorsal root.

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