Weber glands

We·ber glands

(vā'bĕr),
muciparous glands at the border of the tongue on either side, posteriorly.

Weber,

Moritz Ignaz, German anatomist, 1795-1875.
Weber glands - muciparous glands at the border of the tongue on either side posteriorly.
Weber organ - a minute pouch in the prostate opening on the summit of the seminal colliculus. Synonym(s): prostatic utricle
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Second mechanism is an abscess formed in a group of salivary glands in supratonsillar fossa known as WEBER GLANDS These group of salivary glands are located in superior tonsillar pole and there ducts secrete through tonsillar fossa, If there is tonsillar disease, chronic tonsillitis etc.
The Von Ebner glands drain on the base of the circumvallate and foliate papillae on the dorsal lingual surface; the Weber glands, mucin exclusive producers, are located on the lateral surface of the tongue, having as drainage site the lingual tonsil crypts; lastly, the Blandin Nuhn glands are found near the tip of the ventral surface of the tongue, and are surrounded by lingual muscles near the medial line.