ganglia


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gan·gli·a

 (găng′glē-ə)
n.
A plural of ganglion.
References in classic literature ?
It was only upon the third day that the ganglia ran down and the dreadful things were still.
Not only was the New York Government a weak one and insufficiently provided with police, but the destruction of the City Hall--and Post-Offide and other central ganglia had hopelessly disorganised the co-operation of part with part.
Ganglia are benign soft tissue masses most commonly encountered in the wrist, but may occur in any joint.
Intraarticular ganglia of the knee: prevalence, presentation, etiology, and management.
A simple, linear system will be shown to give an understanding of the working principle of basal ganglia circuit which is modeled with a detailed spiking neural network approach.
The etiology of peroneal intraneural ganglia has been clearly summarized in the last decade.
Objective: In this project, the basal ganglia are defined as actor-critic reinforcement learning networks that aim at an optimal tradeoff between the maximization of future cumulative rewards and the minimization of the cost (the reinforcement driven multi objective optimization RDMOO model).
In the upper extremities, ganglia have been described to cause compression of the ulnar nerve in Guyon's canal, in the cubital tunnel or of the median nerve at the carpal tunnel.
Sensory ganglia, particularly the dorsal root ganglia (DRG), have been the subject of intense research because of their importance in the communication of sensory signals such as pain.
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of brain revealed classical findings in basal ganglia consistent with Wilson Disease.
1) Intra-articular ganglia involving the cruciate ligaments of the knee are relatively uncommon.