minor sublingual ducts

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mi·nor sub·lin·gual ducts

[TA]
from 8-20 small ducts of the sublingual salivary gland that open into the mouth on the surface of the sublingual fold; a few join the submandibular ducts.

mi·nor sub·lin·gual ducts

(mī'nŏr sŭb-ling'gwăl dŭkts) [TA]
The 8-20 small ducts of the sublingual salivary gland that open into the mouth on the surface of the sublingual fold; a few join the submandibular ducts.
Synonym(s): Rivinus ducts, Walther ducts.

Walther,

August F., German anatomist, 1688-1746.
Walther canals - from 8 to 20 small ducts of the sublingual salivary gland that open into the mouth on the surface of the sublingual fold. Synonym(s): minor sublingual ducts; Walther ducts
Walther ducts - Synonym(s): Walther canals
Walther ganglion - the most inferior, unpaired ganglion of the sympathetic trunk. Synonym(s): ganglion impar
Walther plexus - the portion of the internal carotid plexus in the cavernous sinus. Synonym(s): intracavernous plexus

mi·nor sub·lin·gual ducts

(mī'nŏr sŭb-ling'gwăl dŭkts) [TA]
About 8-20 small ducts of the sublingual salivary gland that open into the mouth on surface of sublingual fold; a few join submandibular ducts.