lamellated corpuscles

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lam·el·lat·ed cor·pus·cles

small oval bodies in the skin of the fingers, in the mesentery, tendons, and elsewhere, formed of concentric layers of connective tissue with a soft core in which the axon of a nerve fiber runs, splitting up into a number of fibrils that terminate in bulbous enlargements; they are sensitive to pressure.

lam·el·lat·ed cor·pus·cles

(lam'ĕ-lāt'ĕd kōr'pŭs-ĕlz)
Small oval bodies in the skin of the fingers, in the mesentery, tendons, and elsewhere, formed of concentric layers of connective tissue with a soft core in which the axon of a nerve fiber runs, splitting up into a number of fibrils that terminate in bulbous enlargements; they are sensitive to pressure.
Synonym(s): corpuscula lamellosa [TA] , pacinian corpuscles.

Vater,

Abraham, German anatomist and botanist, 1684-1751.
duct of Vater - Synonym(s): Bochdalek duct
Vater ampulla - the dilation within the major duodenal papilla that normally receives both the common bile duct and the main pancreatic duct. Synonym(s): hepatopancreatic ampulla
Vater corpuscles - small oval bodies in the skin of the fingers, in the mesentery, tendons, and elsewhere sensitive to pressure. Synonym(s): lamellated corpuscles; pacinian corpuscles; Vater-Pacini corpuscles
Vater fold - a fold of mucous membrane in the duodenum just above the greater duodenal papilla.
Vater tubercle - duodenal papilla. Synonym(s): papilla of Santorini
Vater-Pacini corpuscles - Synonym(s): Vater corpuscles