Huschke, Emil

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Huschke, Emil

(hoosh'ke)
Ger. anatomist, 1797–1858.

Huschke canal

A canal formed by the juncture of the annulus tympanicus tubercules; usually present only during early childhood.

Huschke foramen

A perforation found in arrested development near the inner extremity of the tympanic plate.

Huschke valve

Lacrimal plica.

Huschke,

Emil, German anatomist, 1797-1858.
Huschke auditory teeth - tooth-shaped formations or ridges occurring on the vestibular lip of the limbus lamina spiralis of the cochlear duct. Synonym(s): auditory teeth
Huschke canal
Huschke cartilages - two horizontal cartilaginous rods at the edge of the cartilaginous septum of the nose.
Huschke foramen - an opening in the floor of the bony part of the external acoustic meatus near the tympanic membrane.
Huschke ligament
Huschke valve - a fold of mucous membrane guarding the lower opening of the nasolacrimal duct. Synonym(s): lacrimal fold