Some Eastern religions, psychics and metaphysicians consider the pineal gland
the seat of higher consciousness and clairvoyance.
Just below the epithelial tissue is a thinner layer of muscle tissue that gradually increases in thickness, giving rise to a layer of connective tissue septa between the cells of the mammary gland
complex (Figure 2A), as described by Banks (1992).
2) Lesions of the Bartholin's gland
are most often due to benign diseases such as cysts and abscess, whereas malignant lesion is rare.
A main function of meibomian gland
secretions is to impede tear evaporation; its other functions include: providing a smooth optical surface; improving tear stability and spreading; preventing tear film contamination; sealing the lid margins during sleep; and preventing tears spilling over the lid margin.
Controversies surrounding the diagnosis and management of salivary gland
masses often involve the limits of our technology.
(62%) was the commonest site involved followed by submandibular gland
(19%) and palate (12.
Sample size was 78 patients with salivary gland
The conductor of the orchestra You can think of these hormone glands
as the instruments in an orchestra and there's a gland
in your body that conducts it.
Conclusion: It is concluded from the current study that salivary gland
tumorsin the study population affect a younger age group with slight female predilection.
If the lacrimal gland
is injured or damaged by aging, pollution or even certain pharmaceutical drugs, a person can experience a debilitating condition called aqueous deficiency dry eye (ADDE), sometimes called "painful blindness.
The third eyelid gland
is attached to the base of the third eyelid where it is not normally visible and it produces approximately 60% of the tear film.
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Cherry eye is protrusion of gland
of third eyelid characterized by glandular exposition at the medial canthus, hyperaemia and increase in gland
Some breeds are more prone to anal gland
problems than others, indicating a possible genetic link to the disease.
But have you ever wondered why your glands
swell up when you're run-down, or battling a stinking cold?