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Dorsal Root Ganglion

Summary Information: Dorsal Root Ganglion

Dorsal Root Ganglion: The dorsal root ganglion is a large area of a dorsal root. It contains a cluster of cell bodies of sensory neurons. The dorsal root ganglion carries sensory impulses into the spinal cord. Conditions that afflict the dorsal root ganglion include trauma, sciatica, compressive neuropathy, herniated disc, peripheral neuropathy, meningitis, and spinal infections.

Closely Related Organs: Dorsal Root Ganglion

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Conditions Afflicting Organs: Dorsal Root Ganglion

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Sub Parts: Dorsal Root Ganglion

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Symptoms Related to Afflictions of: Dorsal Root Ganglion

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