gangliated cord

noun
gan·​gli·​at·​ed cord | \ ˈgaŋ-glē-ˌāt-əd- \

Medical Definition of gangliated cord

: either of the two main trunks of the sympathetic nervous system of which one lies on each side of the spinal column

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