On the anatomical organization of the lumbosacral sympathetic chain and the lumbar splanchnic nerves of the cat--Langley revisited.

@article{Baron1985OnTA,
  title={On the anatomical organization of the lumbosacral sympathetic chain and the lumbar splanchnic nerves of the cat--Langley revisited.},
  author={Ralf Baron and Wilfrid J{\"a}nig and Elspeth M. Mclachlan},
  journal={Journal of the autonomic nervous system},
  year={1985},
  volume={12 4},
  pages={
          289-300
        }
}
The anatomy of the sympathetic nervous pathways from the spinal cord to the lumbosacral spinal nerves and to the inferior mesenteric ganglion has been studied systematically in a series of 37 cats. Details of the arrangements of white and grey rami communicantes and the lumbar splanchnic nerves are summarized, and similarities and differences between individuals noted. The description largely follows that of Langley [13] but differs in many ways from those of Harris [6] and Pick [21]. An… CONTINUE READING

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