splanchn-, splanchno- +
(Greek: entrails, intestines, viscera [internal organs collectively; especially, those in the abdominal cavity])
A skeletal element, like the lower jaw, connected with the alimentary canal.
An intestinal obstruction.
splanchnesthesia (s) (noun), splanchnesthesias (pl)
Sensation from the viscera; which is usually the abdominal area: Manfred had a sudden feeling of splanchnesthesia and so he rushed to the washroom thinking he might have to regurgitate.
Pertaining to the viscera; visceral.
Surgical resection of one or more of the splanchnic nerves for the treatment of hypertension or intractable pain.
Herniation of any of the abdominal viscera.
Displacement or separation of visceral organs.
Pain arising in a visceral organ.
Visceral descriptive anatomy.
A calculus (hard lump) in the gastrointestinal tract.
The nomenclature dealing with the viscera.
Study of the visceral organs.
An abnormal enlargement of any or all visceral organs; visceromegaly.
An abnormally small size of viscera.
Pathological conditions of the viscera (internal organs of the body).
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