Sucquet-Hoyer anastomosis


Sucquet-Hoyer anastomosis
segmentum arteriale anastomosis arteriovenosae glomeriformis.

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  • Sucquet-Hoyer anastomosis (canal) — Suc·quet Hoy·er anastomosis (canal) (su kaґ hoyґər) [J.P. Sucquet, French anatomist, 1840–1870; Heinrich Friedrich Hoyer, Polish anatomist, 1834–1907] segmentum arteriale anastomosis arteriovenosae glomeriformis …   Medical dictionary

  • Sucquet-Hoyer canal — segmentum arteriale anastomosis arteriovenosae glomeriformis …   Medical dictionary

  • Anastomosis — The connection of normally separate parts or spaces so they intercommunicate. An anastomosis may be naturally occurring or artificially constructed and be created during the process of embryonic development or by surgery, trauma or pathological… …   Medical dictionary

  • Sucquet — J.P., French anatomist, 1840–1870. See S. anastomoses, under anastomosis, S. canals, under canal, S. Hoyer anastomoses, under anastomosis, S. Hoyer canals, under canal …   Medical dictionary

  • Hoyer — Heinrich F., Polish anatomist and histologist, 1834–1907. See H. anastomoses, under anastomosis, H. canals, under canal, Sucquet H. canals, under canal …   Medical dictionary

  • segmentum arteriale anastomosis arteriovenosae glomeriformis — the arterial segment of the anastomosis arteriovenosa glomeriformis, which has a narrow lumen and a thick wall consisting of three to six layers of contractile glomus cells (pulvinar tunicae internae). Called also Sucquet Hoyer anastomosis or… …   Medical dictionary


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