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Human anatomy, including structure and development and practical considerations . nch of tlieabdominal aorta to the ihaphravjni, tlie rii^ht being larjjer than the left. AftersupplviniLj^ scjme tilanienls to the siijjrarenal body, it enters the musculature of thedia])hras4in and there unites with the phn-nic nerve from the cervical sjjinal plexus.At the point of inosculation, on the rij^ht side only, near the suprarenal body and onthe under surface of the diaphrajrm, is a small j^anj^lion called the phrenic ganglion(«. phrenicuin). From it are given off branches to the suprarenal b(Kly, the in

Human anatomy, including structure and development and practical considerations . nch of tlieabdominal aorta to the ihaphravjni, tlie rii^ht being larjjer than the left. AftersupplviniLj^ scjme tilanienls to the siijjrarenal body, it enters the musculature of thedia])hras4in and there unites with the phn-nic nerve from the cervical sjjinal plexus.At the point of inosculation, on the rij^ht side only, near the suprarenal body and onthe under surface of the diaphrajrm, is a small j^anj^lion called the phrenic ganglion(«. phrenicuin). From it are given off branches to the suprarenal b(Kly, the in Stock Photo
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Human anatomy, including structure and development and practical considerations . nch of tlieabdominal aorta to the ihaphravjni, tlie rii^ht being larjjer than the left. AftersupplviniLj^ scjme tilanienls to the siijjrarenal body, it enters the musculature of thedia])hras4in and there unites with the phn-nic nerve from the cervical sjjinal plexus.At the point of inosculation, on the rij^ht side only, near the suprarenal body and onthe under surface of the diaphrajrm, is a small j^anj^lion called the phrenic ganglion(«. phrenicuin). From it are given off branches to the suprarenal b(Kly, the inferiorvena caa anil the hepatic plexus. The suprarenal plexus (|)lcxiis siiprarcnaiis) arises from the lateral aspect ofthe semilunar ganglion and is joineil by filaments from the diaphragmatic and renal Fig. 1138. Liver, inferiorsurface liastro-epiploicadextra with plexus Pyloric arterywith plexus Gastro-duodenalartery with plexus, Hepatic arterywith plexusInf. pancreatico-duodenal arterySup. pancreatico-duoflenal arteryPancreas, cutSup. mesentericartery with plexus Duodenum. Stomach, turned up ^Gastro-epiploicasinistra with plexus Right vagus nerveGastric arterywith plexusSplenic arterywith plexus Spleen Dissection showing gastric, hepatic and splenic plexuses; stomach has been turned up and part of pancreas removed. plexuses. It consists mainly of medullated fibres and, while very short, is made upof a number of filaments and is of considerable size. Numerous tiny ganglia arescattered throughout the meshes of this plexus. The renal plexus (plexus renalis) is derived mainly from the aortico-renalganglion, additional fibres being contributed by the smallest splanchnic nerve, some-times by the small splanchnic, and by the aortic and suprarenal plexuses ; there isoccasionally present a twig from the first lumbar ganglion. Entering the hilum ofthe kidney with the renal artery, the plexus splits up and ramifies in the renal sub-stance. In its course along the artery a number of ga

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