Krause glands

Krause glands

(krows),
1.
2. glands in the mucous membrane of the tympanic cavity.
See: accessory lacrimal glands.

Krause,

Karl F.T., German anatomist, 1797-1868.
Krause glands - glands in the mucous membrane of the tympanic cavity.
Krause ligament - the thickened anterior border of the urogenital diaphragm, formed by the fusion of its two fascial layers. Synonym(s): transverse perineal ligament
Krause muscle - Synonym(s): cutaneomucous muscle

Krause

named after W.J.F. Krause, a German anatomist.

K's bulb, K's corpuscle, K's endbulb
Krause glands
mucous glands in the conjunctiva.
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