Ability of each lumbar splanchnic nerve and disability of thoracic ones to generate seminal emission in the dog.

Abstract

Control of seminal emission by canine thoracolumbar splanchnic nerves which constitute the caudal mesenteric plexus (inferior mesenteric and superior hypogastric plexuses in human) was investigated. Electrical stimulation of a splanchnic nerve group which branched from sympathetic trunks at thoracic and L1 ganglia and descended on the ventral wall of the… (More)

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