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Bauhin's valve

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  • Bauhin's valve — Bau·hin s valve bō .anz , bō anz n ILEOCECAL VALVE Bau·hin bō an Gaspard or Caspar (1560 1624) Swiss anatomist and botanist. Bauhin served for almost all of his career on the medical faculty at the University of Basel. There he taught both… …   Medical dictionary

  • Bauhin gland valve — Bau·hin gland, valve (bo ăґ) [Gaspard (Caspar) Bauhin, Swiss anatomist, 1560–1624] see anterior lingual glands, under gland, and see ileocecal valve, under valve …   Medical dictionary

  • Bauhin, Gaspard — ▪ Swiss physician and botanist also called  Casper Bauhin   born Jan. 17, 1560, Basel, Switz. died Dec. 5, 1624, Basel  Swiss physician, anatomist, and botanist who introduced a scientific binomial system of classification to both anatomy and… …   Universalium

  • valve of bauhin — bōˈaⁿ Usage: usually capitalized B Etymology: after Gaspard Bauhin died 1624 Swiss botanist and anatomist : ileocecal valve …   Useful english dictionary

  • valve — 1. A fold of the lining membrane of a canal or other hollow organ serving to retard or prevent a reflux of fluid. 2. Any formation or reduplication of tissue, or flaplike structure …   Medical dictionary

  • Bauhin — Gaspard, Swiss anatomist, 1560–1624. See B. gland, B. valve …   Medical dictionary

  • ileocecal valve — n the valve formed by two folds of mucous membrane at the opening of the ileum into the large intestine called also Bauhin s valve, ileocolic valve, valvula coli * * * ileocolic valve a valvelike structure formed by the flaps or lips, one above… …   Medical dictionary

  • Bauhin valve — papilla ilealis …   Medical dictionary

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  • History of Medicine —     History of Medicine     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► History of Medicine     The history of medical science, considered as a part of the general history of civilization, should logically begin in Mesopotamia, where tradition and philological… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Pomme de terre — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Pomme de terre (homonymie) et Patate (homonymie) …   Wikipédia en Français


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