Sucquet-Hoyer canals

(redirected from Hoyer anastomoses)

Suc·quet-Hoy·er ca·nals

(sū-kā' hoy'ĕr),
arteriovenular anastomoses controlling blood flow in the glomus bodies in the digits.

Hoyer,

Heinrich F., Polish anatomist and histologist, 1834-1907.
Hoyer anastomoses - Synonym(s): Sucquet-Hoyer canals
Hoyer canals - Synonym(s): Sucquet-Hoyer canals
Sucquet-Hoyer anastomoses - Synonym(s): Sucquet-Hoyer canals
Sucquet-Hoyer canals - see under Sucquet

Sucquet,

J.P., French anatomist, 1840-1870.
Sucquet anastomoses - Synonym(s): Sucquet-Hoyer canals
Sucquet canals - Synonym(s): Sucquet-Hoyer canals
Sucquet-Hoyer anastomoses - Synonym(s): Sucquet-Hoyer canals
Sucquet-Hoyer canals - arteriovenous anastomoses controlling blood flow in the glomus bodies in the digits. Synonym(s): Hoyer anastomoses; Hoyer canals; Sucquet anastomoses; Sucquet canals; Sucquet-Hoyer anastomoses