intestinal glands

(redirected from glandulae intestinales)

in·tes·ti·nal glands

[TA]
tubular glands in the mucous membrane of the small and large intestines.

intestinal glands

in·tes·ti·nal glands

(in-tes'ti-năl glandz) [TA]
The tubular glands in the mucous membrane of the small and large intestines.
Synonym(s): intestinal follicles, Lieberkühn glands.

Galeati,

Domenico, Italian physician, 1686-1775.
Galeati glands - the tubular glands in the mucous membrane of the small and large intestines. Synonym(s): intestinal glands

Lieberkühn,

(Lieberkuhn), Johann N., German anatomist and physician, 1711-1756.
lieberkühn - concave reflector on a microscope; directs a concentrated beam of light on the material being examined.
Lieberkühn crypts - Synonym(s): Lieberkühn glands
Lieberkühn follicles - Synonym(s): Lieberkühn glands
Lieberkühn glands - the tubular glands in the mucous membrane of the small and large intestines. Synonym(s): intestinal glands; Lieberkühn crypts; Lieberkühn follicles