Nerves in the body bearing Pseudoganglion

Nerves in the Body Possessing Pseudo-ganglia are : Nerve to teres minor muscle , Posterior interosseous nerve , Median nerve at wrist , and Lateral terminal branch of deep peroneal nerve.Nasira Bashir Dr. Dinesh Gupta

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Nerve to tears minor muscle A pseudoganglion is a localized thickening of the main part or trunk of a nerve that has the appearance of a ganglion,but has only nerve fibers and no nerve cell bodies..