fibrocartilaginous ring of tympanic membrane(redirected from Gerlach anular tendon)
fi·bro·car·ti·lag·i·nous ring of tym·pan·ic mem·brane[TA]
the thickened portion of the circumference of the tympanic membrane that is fixed in the tympanic sulcus.
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Gerlach,Joseph, German anatomist, 1820-1896.
Gerlach anular tendon - the thickened portion of the circumference of the tympanic membrane that is fixed in the tympanic sulcus. Synonym(s): fibrocartilaginous ring of tympanic membrane
Gerlach tonsil - a collection of lymphoid nodules near the pharyngeal opening of the auditory tube. Synonym(s): tubal tonsil
Gerlach valve - a fold of mucous membrane, simulating a valve, sometimes found at the origin of the vermiform appendix. Synonym(s): valve of vermiform appendix; valvula processus vermiformis
Gerlach valvula - the network of fibers at the iridocorneal angle between the anterior chamber of the eye and the venous sinus of the sclera. Synonym(s): trabecular reticulum
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