Henle(redirected from H's sheath)
Friedrich G.J., German anatomist, pathologist, and histologist, 1809-1885. See: crypts of Henle, Henle ampulla, Henle ansa, Henle glands, Henle fissures, Henle layer, Henle fiber layer, Henle nervous layer, Henle loop, Henle membrane, Henle fenestrated elastic membrane, Henle reaction, Henle sheath, Henle spine, Henle tubules, Henle warts, Hassall-Henle bodies.
named after F.G.J. Henle, a German anatomist and histologist.
a color change to dark brown within 20 minutes of applying Zenker solution to the cut surface of a pheochromocytoma.
spaces filled with connective tissue between the muscular fibers of the heart.
used in the evaluation of a microorganism as the cause of a disease. See koch's postulates.
outermost layer of the inner root sheath of the hair follicle.
lateral expansion of the lateral edge of the rectus abdominis muscle which attaches to the pubic bone.
U-shaped loop of the uriniferous tubule of the kidney.
inner layer of choroid (basal lamina) in contact with the retina.
the endoneurium, especially the delicate continuation around terminal branches of nerve fibers.
straight ascending and descending portions of a renal tubule forming Henle's loop.