Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||S.M. Webb ... [et al.], eds.|
|Contributions||Webb, S. M. 1952-|
|LC Classifications||QP188.T4 H33 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 325 p. :|
|Number of Pages||325|
|ISBN 10||3540541136, 0387541136|
|LC Control Number||91005200|
Harderian glands, first described by Jacob Harder in two species of deer in , are large, intraorbital glands which, with but few exceptions, are found in all land vertebrates. Certainly, their relatively large size, their phylogenetic age, and persistent conservation in all groups as › Biomedical Sciences › Human Physiology. Harderian glands are pigmented lacrimal glands located posterior to the ocular globes. These secretory glands release a lipid- and porphyrin-rich material that lubricates the eyes and eyelids. Additionally, the harderian gland is a site of immune response, a source of thermoregulatory lipids and pheromones, a photoprotective organ and part of a /harderian-gland. Get this from a library! Harderian Glands: Porphyrin Metabolism, Behavioral and Endocrine Effects. [Susan M Webb; Roger A Hoffman; Manuel L Puig-Domingo; Russel J Reiter] -- The Harderian glands, located within the orbital cavities of amphibia, reptiles, birds and most mammals, are perhaps one of the last discrete tissues for which we connot yet define a normal Abstract. This chapter summarizes 15 years of research on the Harderian gland of the Mongolian gerbil, Meriones l reviews and discussions of research methodology are found in Thiessen (, a, b, ) and Thiessen and Harriman ().
Harderian Glands: Porphyrin Metabolism, Behavioral and Endocrine Effects Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. Edition by Susan M. Webb (Editor), Roger A. Hoffman (Series Editor) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important? ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version › Books › New, Used & Rental Textbooks › Medicine & Health Sciences. Harderian Glands by Susan M. Webb, , available at Book Depository with free delivery :// The mature Harderian gland is a simple branched tubuloalveolar gland with alveoli leading to tubules that join a single excretory duct, which opens onto the outer surface of the third eyelid. The Harderian gland consists of two portions, a lobule in the upper portion of the orbit and a larger, more diffuse lobule occupying the floor of the :// Harderian gland inflammation should be diagnosed and assigned a severity grade. An appropriate type modifiers (acute, chronic, etc.) should be included in the diangosis. Foreign bodies in the Harderian gland can be diagnosed separately as present (without assignment of a severity grade).
Chicago: Year Book Medical; pp. 37– Nickel R, Schummer A, Seiferle E. Lehrbuch der Anatomie der Haustiere. Berlin: Verlag Paul Parey; Ortiz GG. Different patterns in the histology and autofluorescence of the Harderian glands of the Syrian Hamster, rat, mouse, Mongolian gerbil and guinea pig. Anat Histol Embryol. ; – The book deals with anatomy, physiology, and biochemistry of the Harderian glands, which are located at the eyes of many :// Harderian gland infiltrates should be diagnosed and assigned a severity grade, especially when there are treatment-related increases in incidence and/or severity. The predominant type of cell present should be indicated in the diagnosis as a modifier (e.g., Harderian gland - Infiltration cellular, Mononuclear cell). Harderian Glands. Ectopic Harderian Gland. The mouse has three lacrimal glands. The largest is the Harderian gland which lies behind the eye in the orbit and partially encircles the optic nerve. A small intraorbital lacrimal gland is associated with the eyelid, and a large extraorbital lacrimal gland lies subcutaneously at the base of the