Dogiel cells

Dogiel cells, also known as cells of Dogiel,[1] refers to a type of multipolar neuronal cells[2] within the prevertebral sympathetic ganglia.[3][4] They are named after the Russian anatomist and physiologist Alexandre Dogiel (1852–1922).[5] Dogiel cells play a role in the enteric nervous system.[6][7]

Cells of Dogiel
Cells of Dogiel can be seen within a spinal ganglion
Anatomical terms of neuroanatomy

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