ciliary glands

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cil·i·ar·y glands

[TA]
several modified apocrine sudoriferous glands in the eyelids, with ducts that usually open into the follicles of the eyelashes.
Synonym(s): glandulae ciliares [TA], Moll glands
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cil·i·ar·y glands

(sil'ē-ar-ē glandz) [TA]
A number of modified apocrine sweat glands in the eyelids, with ducts that usually open into the follicles of the eyelashes.
Synonym(s): Moll glands.
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Moll,

Jacob Anton, Dutch oculist, 1832-1914.
Moll glands - a number of modified apocrine sudoriferous glands in the eyelids, with ducts that usually open into the follicles of the eyelashes. Synonym(s): ciliary glands
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