Froriep ganglion

Fro·riep gan·gli·on

(frō'rēp),
a temporary collection of nerve cells on the dorsal aspect of the hypoglossal nerve in the embryo; it represents a rudimentary sensory ganglion.

Froriep,

August von, German anatomist, 1849-1917.
Froriep ganglion - a temporary collection of nerve cells on the dorsal aspect of the hypoglossal nerve in the embryo.
Froriep induration - induration of a muscle through an interstitial growth of fibrous tissue. Synonym(s): myositis fibrosa