gasserian

[gă-sîrē-ən]
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Historical Examples of gasserian

  • A large ganglion becomes developed close to the root, which forms the rudiment of the Gasserian ganglion.

  • So far as its pathology is known, it is believed to be due to degenerative changes in the semilunar (Gasserian) ganglion.

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    Alexis Thomson and Alexander Miles

  • He may not be able to excise a Gasserian ganglion, or know very much about the researches of Calmette or von Pircquet.