hyaloid canal

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hy·a·loid ca·nal

[TA]
a minute canal running through the vitreous body from the optic disc to the lens, containing in fetal life a prolongation of the central artery of the retina, the hyaloid artery. See: vitreous, hyaloid artery.

hyaloid canal

a canal found in the vertebrate eye that passes through the vitreous humour from the lens to the blind spot.

Cloquet,

Jules G., French anatomist, 1790-1883.
Cloquet canal - a minute canal running through the vitreous from the discus nervi optici to the lens. Synonym(s): hyaloid canal
Cloquet canal remnants
Cloquet hernia - a femoral hernia perforating the aponeurosis of the pectineus and insinuating itself between this aponeurosis and the muscle, therefore lying behind the femoral vessels.
Cloquet septum - the delicate fibrous membrane that closes the femoral ring at the base of the femoral canal. Synonym(s): femoral septum
node of Cloquet - one of the deep inguinal lymph nodes located in or adjacent to the femoral canal. Synonym(s): Rosenmüller gland; Rosenmüller node

Stilling,

Benedict, German anatomist, 1810-1879.
Stilling canal - a minute canal running through the vitreous from the discus nervi optici to the lens. Synonym(s): hyaloid canal
Stilling column - Synonym(s): Stilling nucleus
Stilling gelatinous substance - the central gray matter of the spinal cord surrounding the central canal. Synonym(s): central and lateral intermediate substance
Stilling nucleus - a column of large neurons located in the base of the posterior gray column of the spinal cord, extending from the first thoracic through the second lumbar segment. Synonym(s): Stilling column; thoracic nucleus
Stilling raphe - the transverse interdigitations of fiber bundles across the anterior median fissure of the medulla oblongata at the decussation of the pyramidal tracts.