- He suggested, for instance, that there must necessarily be some connection between the ganglionic bodies and the nerve stems. - "Makers of Modern Medicine", James J. Walsh.
- It seemed that the duck was to have been taken to market, when it was discovered not only to be lame, but dyspeptic,- perhaps some weed had disagreed with its ganglionic apparatus, poor thing. - "The Caxtons, Part 2", Edward Bulwer-Lytton.
- The disturbance of the automatic and instinctive functions of the child is so often associated with muscular disturbances that at this age the mental disorders correspond to the motor ganglionic centers situated below those parts that later assume the labor of analysis and of imagination. - "Essay on the Creative Imagination", Th. Ribot.