splanchnic


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Related to splanchnic: splanchnic ganglion, greater splanchnic nerve

splanch·nic

 (splăngk′nĭk)
adj.
Of or relating to the viscera; visceral: a splanchnic nerve.

[New Latin splanchnicus, from Greek splankhnikos, from splankhna, inward parts.]

splanchnic

(ˈsplæŋknɪk)
adj
(Anatomy) of or relating to the viscera; visceral: a splanchnic nerve.
[C17: from New Latin splanchnicus, from Greek splankhnikos concerning the entrails, from splankhna the entrails]

splanch•nic

(ˈsplæŋk nɪk)

adj.
of, pertaining to, or supplying the viscera or entrails; visceral.
[1675–85; < New Latin splanchnicus < Greek splanchnikós=splánchn(a) entrails (pl.) + -ikos -ic]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.splanchnic - relating to or affecting the viscerasplanchnic - relating to or affecting the viscera; "visceral bleeding"; "a splanchnic nerve"
Translations

splanch·nic

a. esplácnico-a, rel. a las vísceras o que llega a éstas;
___ nervesnervios ___ -s.
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The team s work will target the adrenal gland and the splanchnic nerve circuits that govern its function.
Splanchnic balance of free fatty acids, endocannabinoids, and lipids in subjects with nonalcoholic fatty liver disease.
Effect of abomasal glucose infusion on splanchnic and whole-body glucose metabolism in periparturient dairy cows.
Reduced intestinal absorption in this severely ill patient, related to reduced splanchnic blood flow, could have resulted in reduced bioavailability (4).
The seriousness of the matter is gripping and splanchnic as Killens's quotation connotes via analogy why racial identity denouement or status of psychological Africanity that highlights acquiescing, often obsequiously, to Eurasian dictates that may be historically, culturally, and behavi orally anti-African--as they usually are in worldview (Azibo, 1992; Baruti, 2006) and civilization (Ani, 1994)--can no more enter as progression, normalcy, or appropriate, irrespective of its statistical prevalence in the population, as could "'white inside' Gunga's" behavior.
This leads to a relative bowel ischemia as the splanchnic blood flow is reduced by 80%.
Salutary effects of androstenediol on cardiac function and splanchnic perfusion after trauma-hemorrhage.
Anastomosis between the left internal spermatic and splanchnic veins.
Electrodes are applied by a nurse at the root of the splanchnic nerves in splanchnoptosis to treat resultant cerebral anemia found in shell shock sufferers.
Effect of estradiol administration on splanchnic perfusion after trauma-hemorrhage and sepsis.
8-10] Similarly, in variceal haemorrhage the use of vasopressors or somatostatin analogues, which reduce splanchnic flow, have been shown to be of benefit.
Major burns have traditionally been considered a contraindication to solid organ donation due to the potential risks of splanchnic ischaemia associated with burns shock (5) and bacteraemia with burn wound manipulation (6,7).