A structure containing a number of nerve cell bodies, typically linked by synapses, and often forming a swelling on a nerve fiber
A neuron (nerve cell); specifically (in later use) one with a cell body that is located in the peripheral (rather than central) nervous system.
An autonomic ganglion situated near the foramen ovale, the postganglionic parasympathetic fibres of which supply the parotid gland.
The inferior ganglion of the vagus nerve, located below the jugular foramen and containing sensory neurons involved chiefly with visceral sensation.
Any of various bodies of nervous tissue associated with the eye or the optic nerve; (formerly) specifically †a quadrigeminal body (obsolete).
(Of a drug) preventing the transmission of nerve impulses across a synapse in a ganglion.
= ganglion cell.
A parasympathetic ganglion in the upper part of the pterygopalatine fossa.
A small ganglion situated at an angle in the facial nerve.
A group of structures linked to the thalamus in the base of the brain and involved in coordination of movement