rami communicantes nervorum spinalium

rami communicantes nervorum spinalium
[TA] communicating branches of spinal nerves: branches connecting spinal nerves with sympathetic ganglia, each spinal nerve receiving a gray communicating ramus, and the thoracic and upper lumbar spinal nerves having in addition a white communicating ramus. Called also rami communicantes.

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