lacrimal part of orbicularis oculi muscle(redirected from musculus tensor tarsi)
lac·ri·mal part of or·bic·u·la·ris oc·u·li mus·cle
part of orbicularis oculi (muscle) arising from lacrimal bone. See: orbicularis oculi (muscle).
Synonym(s): Duverney muscle, Horner muscle, musculus tensor tarsi, pars lacrimalis musculi orbicularis oculi
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Duverney,Joseph G., French anatomist, 1648-1730.
Duverney fissures - (usually) two vertical fissures in the anterior portion of the cartilage of the external auditory meatus, filled by fibrous tissue. Synonym(s): notches in cartilage of external acoustic meatus
Duverney foramen - the passage, below and behind the portal hepatis, connecting the two sacs of the peritoneum. Synonym(s): epiploic foramen
Duverney gland - one of two mucoid-secreting tubuloalveolar glands on either side of the lower part of the vagina, the equivalent of the bulbourethral glands in the male. Synonym(s): greater vestibular gland
Duverney muscle - Synonym(s): lacrimal part of orbicularis oculi muscle
Horner,William E., U.S. anatomist, 1793-1853.
Horner muscle - Synonym(s): lacrimal part of orbicularis oculi muscle
Horner teeth - incisor teeth having a horizontal hypoplastic groove.
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