Doyere eminence

Doy·ère em·i·nence

(doy-ār'),
the slightly elevated area of the skeletal muscle fiber's surface that corresponds to the site of the motor endplate.
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Doy·ère em·i·nence

(dwah-yār' em'i-nĕns)
A slight elevation on the surface of a striated muscle corresponds to the site of the motor endplate.
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Doyère eminence

(dwa-yer′)
[Louis Doyère, Fr. physiologist, 1811–1863]
A slight elevation of a muscle fiber at the entrance of a nerve fiber into the muscle cell.
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Doyère,

Louis, French physiologist, 1811-1863.
Doyère eminence - the slightly elevated area of the striated muscle fiber surface that corresponds to the site of the motor endplate.
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