Albini nodules

Al·bi·ni nod·ules

(ahl-bē'nē),
minute fibrous nodules on the margins of the mitral and tricuspid valves of the heart, sometimes present in the neonate and representing fetal tissue rests; described previously by Cruveilhier. Compare: nodules of semilunar cusps.
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Al·bi·ni no·dules

(ahl-bē'nē nod'yūlz)
Any of several minute fibrous nodules on the margins of the mitral and tricuspid valves of the heart, sometimes present in the neonate and representing fetal tissue rests (remnants of embryonic tissue).
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Albini nodules

(al-bē′nē)
[Giuseppe Albini, It. physiologist, 1830–1911]
Minute nodules on the margins of the mitral and tricuspid valves of the heart; sometimes seen in newborns.
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Albini,

Giuseppe, Italian physiologist, 1827-1911.
Albini nodules - minute fibrous nodules on the margins of the mitral and tricuspid valves of the heart, representing fetal tissue rests.
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