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lumbar ganglion

lumbar ganglion in Medicine

lumbar ganglion n.
Any of four or more ganglions on either side of the greater psoas muscle, forming the abdominopelvic portion of the sympathetic trunk with the sacral and coccygeal ganglions.

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  • And the moon is polarized with the lumbar ganglion, primarily, in man.

  • You've got a solar plexus, and a lumbar ganglion not far from your liver, and I'm going to tell everybody.

  • Their psychic and their physical dynamic is the same in the solar plexus and lumbar ganglion as in the two nuclei of the egg-cell.

  • The growth and the life of the teeth depend almost entirely on the lumbar ganglion.

  • Here the delicate nerve-ends run direct from the lower centers, from the solar plexus and the lumbar ganglion, or even deeper.

  • And so, it stays its hour at the first great sensual stations, the solar plexus and the lumbar ganglion.

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