- glands of tongue
- glandulae linguales.
Medical dictionary. 2011.
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tongue — tongueless, adj. tonguelike, adj. /tung/, n., v. tongued, tonguing. n. 1. Anat. the usually movable organ in the floor of the mouth in humans and most vertebrates, functioning in eating, in tasting, and, in humans, in speaking. See diag. under… … Universalium
Tongue — The tongue is a strong muscle anchored to the floor of the mouth. It is covered by the lingual membrane which has special areas to detect tastes. The tongue is composed of muscles attached to the lower jaw and to the hyoid bone (a small, U shaped … Medical dictionary
tongue — I. noun Etymology: Middle English tunge, from Old English; akin to Old High German zunga tongue, Latin lingua Date: before 12th century 1. a. a fleshy movable muscular process of the floor of the mouths of most vertebrates that bears sensory end… … New Collegiate Dictionary
Anterior lingual glands — (also called apical glands) are deeply placed seromucous glands that are located near the tip of the tongue on each side of the frenulum linguae . They are found on the under surface of the apex of the tongue, and are covered by a bundle of… … Wikipedia
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Serous glands — Infobox Anatomy Name = PAGENAME Latin = glandula serosa GraySubject = GrayPage = Caption = Vertical section of papilla foliata of the rabbit, passing across the folia. (Serous gland labeled at bottom right.) Caption2 = Precursor = System = Artery … Wikipedia
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Median sulcus of the tongue — Tongue Latin sulcus medianus linguae Gray s … Wikipedia