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Anatomy Eponyms

Anatomy Eponyms

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Anatomy Eponyms
Achilles' heelSoft spot.Achilles' tendonThe tendon of the gastrocnemius and soleus muscles of the leg
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connects the calf muscles to theheel.Adams' arcArc-shaped line from trochanter minor to the lower margin of the neck of the femur.Amussat's foldAbnormal folds of the urethral mucous membrane at the level of the seminal colliculus.Amussat's valvesThe spiral valves of the cystic duct.Andernach's ossiclesSmall bones found in cranial sutures.Andersch' ganglionThe petrosal ganglion of the glasopharyngeal nerve was previously calledAndersch' ganglion.Aneurysm of sinus of ValsalvaA thin-walled tubular outpouching usually in the right or noncoronary sinusAngle of Louis (Louis' angle)The angle formed at the junction of the manubrium and the body of the sternum.Angulus Ludovici (Louis' angle)The angle formed at the junction of the manubrium and the body of the sternum.Aqueduct of Falloppio (Fallopian canal)The facial canal. The facial nerve passes through this canal in the temporal bone.Arantius' ductThe ductus venosus.Arnold's canalA passage of the petrous portion of the temporal bone for the auricular branch of the vagus.Arnold's ganglionThe otic or auricular ganglion.
 
 Aschoff's organOrgan in the paradidymis.AtlasThe first cervical vertebra by which the head articulates with the occipital bone.Auerbach's plexusThe myenteric plexus.Bandl's ringThe ring muscle at the border of the uterus corpus and the uterus isthmus, which is developedmore pronouncedly during delivery.Bandl's ring of contraction (Bandl's ring)The ring muscle at the border of the uterus corpus and the uterus isthmus, which is developedmore pronouncedly during delivery.Bernard's canal (Claude bernard)Ductus pancreaticus accesorius. An accessory pancreatic duct.Bernard's glandular layer (Claude Bernard)Inner layer of cells lining acinis of pancreas.Billroth's cordsThe splenic cords found in the red pulp between the sinusoids.Billroth's paths (Billroth's cords)The splenic cords found in the red pulp between the sinusoids.Billroth's ways (Billroth's cords)The splenic cords found in the red pulp between the sinusoids.Blumenbach's clivusSloping part of sphenoid bone behind posterior clinoid processes.Blumenbach's processThe uncinate process.Broca's angleOccipital angle of parietal lobe.Broca's basilar angle (Broca's angle)Occipital angle of parietal lobe.
 
Broca's facial angle (Broca's angle)Occipital angle of parietal lobe.Cavum Meckelli (Meckel's space)The cavity, or cleft, between two layers of dura over the petrous portion of the temporal bonethat encloses the roots of the trigeminal nerve and the trigeminal ganglion.Cloquet's canalA vestige of the embryonal A. hyolidea.Cloquet's gland (Rosenmüller-Cloquet gland)Small inguinal lymphatic nodes located in or adjacent to the femoral canal.Cloquet's node (Rosenmüller-Cloquet gland)Small inguinal lymphatic nodes located in or adjacent to the femoral canal.Colles' fasciaInner layer of superficial fascia
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Scarpa’s fascia – 
of perineum.Columns of Morgagni (Morgagni's columns)The vertical folds in the rectum.Cooper's fasciaOne of the coverings of the spermatic cord.Cooper's stripesFibrous feature between lig. collaterale radiale and u. ulnare at the distalend.Cooper's suspensory ligaments (Cooper's ligament)Cotunnius' aquaductThe aqueduct of the inner ear.Cotunnius' columnsThe columns in the osseous spiral lamina of the cochlea.Douglas' cul-de-sacPeritoneal space formed by deflection of the peritoneum.Douglas' foldA fold of peritoneum forming the lateral boundary of Douglas' pouch.Douglas' pouch (Douglas' cul-de-sac)Peritoneal space formed by deflection of the peritoneum.

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