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craniosacral

[ krey-nee-oh-sey-kruhl, -sak-ruhl ]
/ ˌkreɪ ni oʊˈseɪ krəl, -ˈsæk rəl /
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Origin of craniosacral

First recorded in 1920–25; cranio- + sacral2
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Medical definitions for craniosacral

craniosacral
[ krā′nē-ō-sākrəl, -săkrəl ]

adj.
Associated with both the cranium and the sacrum.
Relating to the parasympathetic nervous system.
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