ganglionic

[gang-glee-on-ik]
adjective Anatomy.
of, pertaining to, or consisting of ganglia.

Origin:
1820–30; ganglion + -ic

interganglionic, adjective
multiganglionic, adjective
nonganglionic, adjective
postganglionic, adjective
preganglionic, adjective
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ganglion (ˈɡæŋɡlɪən)
 
n , pl -glia, -glions
1.  an encapsulated collection of nerve-cell bodies, usually located outside the brain and spinal cord
2.  any concentration of energy, activity, or strength
3.  a cystic tumour on a tendon sheath or joint capsule
 
[C17: from Late Latin: swelling, from Greek: cystic tumour]
 
'ganglial
 
adj
 
'gangliar
 
adj
 
gangli'onic
 
adj
 
'gangliated
 
adj

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ganglionic gan·gli·on·ic (gāng'glē-ŏn'ĭk)
adj.
Relating to a ganglion; ganglial.

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Example sentences
The optic nerve, or nerve of sight, consists mainly of fibers derived from the ganglionic cells of the retina.
The neuroblasts become arranged to form the ganglionic and nuclear layers.
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