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Greater splanchnic nerve, seen in thoracic cavity seen from left side.
Lower half of right sympathetic cord.
Latin organa interna
splanchnic nerves
Anatomical terminology

Splanchnic, from a heart is excluded.)[3]

More specifically, it can also refer to:


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  2. ^ "splanchnic - Definition from the Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary". Retrieved 2009-11-26. 
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  4. ^ Parks, DA; Jacobson, ED (July 1985). "Physiology of the splanchnic circulation.". Archives of internal medicine 145 (7): 1278–81.  
  5. ^ Takala, J (July 1996). "Determinants of splanchnic blood flow.". British journal of anaesthesia 77 (1): 50–8.  

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