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Brun·ner

(brūn'ĕr),
Johann C., Swiss anatomist, 1653-1727. See: Brunner glands.
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Nonneoplastic duodenal epithelial polyps include Brunner gland hyperplastic nodule/polyps (also known as Brunner gland hyperplasia), Brunner gland hamartomas, Brunner gland cysts, ectopic gastric mucosa, pancreatic heterotopia, hyperplastic polyps, inflammatory polyps, and hamartomatous polyps.
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Brunner's gland adenomas are largely benign tumours located predominately in the first part of the duodenum.
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Brunner's glands exist in the submucosa of the duodenum, typically in the duodenal bulb and the second portion of the duodenum proximal to the sphincter of Oddi.
Brunner's glands were first described in 1688 by Johann Brunner, a Swiss anatomist.