glomus
noun (plural glomera) Etymology: New Latin, from Latin glomer-, glomus Date: circa 1847 a small arteriovenous anastomosis together with its supporting structures

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  • glomus — ● glomus nom masculin (latin glomus, boule) Plage sensorielle située sur la paroi des arcs aortiques ou carotidiens, sensible à l augmentation du taux de gaz carbonique dans le sang circulant et qui constitue le point de départ de réflexes… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Glomus — (Latin for ball ) can refer to: * Glomus (fungus) * Glomus tumor * Coccygeal glomus * Carotid glomus is another name for the carotid body * Glomus cell * Glomerulus is a small ball …   Wikipedia

  • Glomus — Systematik Reich: Pilze (Fungi) Abteilung: Glomeromycota Klasse: Arbuskuläre Mykorrhizapilze (Glomeromycetes) Ordnung …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • GLOMUS — apud Philoxen. in Gloss. ἀγαθὶς, i. e. convolutio filorum in globum, Continuator Bedae Hist. Eccl. l. 2. c. 15. Neque glomus, ingens portantes paxillum, in intronu frximus. Globum vocat. Horat. l. r. Ep. 13. v. 13. Fasciculum portes librorum ut… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • glomus — m. anat. Apelotamiento o masa de tejido vascular o nervioso. También se denomina glomo. Medical Dictionary. 2011. glomus …   Diccionario médico

  • glomus — glómus s.n. (anat.) Mică anastomoză între venă şi arteră. (< fr., lat. glomus) Trimis de blaurb, 13.09.2007. Sursa: MDN …   Dicționar Român

  • Glomus —   [lateinisch »Knäuel«, »Knoten«] das, /...mera, Anatomie: Gefäß oder Nervenknäuel …   Universal-Lexikon

  • glomus — glȍmus m DEFINICIJA pat. poseban oblik vensko arterijskih urođenih spojeva u koži ETIMOLOGIJA lat.: klupko, smotak …   Hrvatski jezični portal

  • glomus — 1. [TA] A small globular body. 2. A highly organized arteriolovenular anastomosis forming a tiny nodular focus in the nailbed, pads of the fingers and toes, ears, hands, and feet and many other organs of the body. The afferent arteriole enters… …   Medical dictionary

  • Glomus — Glo̱mus [aus gleichbed. lat. glomus, Gen.: glomeris] s; , ...mera: Knäuel, Knoten (Anat.). Glo̱mus caro̱ticum: knotenförmiges ↑parasympathisches ↑Paraganglion im Teilungswinkel der ↑Arteria carotis communis (dient der Atmungs und… …   Das Wörterbuch medizinischer Fachausdrücke

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