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Related to Purkinje: Purkinje shift, Purkinje network, Jan Evangelista Purkinje, Purkinje effect, Purkinje system, Purkinje images
Johannes E. von (Jan E. Purkyne), Bohemian anatomist and physiologist, 1787-1869. See: Purkinje conduction, Purkinje images, Purkinje shift, subendocardial conducting system of heart, Purkinje cells, Purkinje corpuscles, Purkinje fibers, Purkinje figures, Purkinje cell layer, Purkinje network, Purkinje phenomenon, Purkinje-Sanson images.
named after J.E. Purkinje, Bohemian anatomist (1787-1869).
neuronal cell bodies in the middle layer of the cerebellar cortex; characterized by a large, globose body and massive, branching dendrites but a single, slender axon.
modified cardiac muscle fibers in the subendothelial tissue, concerned with conducting impulses through the heart.
P's image, Purkinje-Sanson images
in a normal eye, reflections of light off the surface of the cornea, anterior lens capsule, and posterior lens capsule. When viewed from different angles, can be used to localize intraocular opacities.
a reticulum of modified muscle fibers in the subendocardial tissue of the cardiac ventricles.
see Purkinje cell (above).