Ultrastructure of submucosal glands in human anterior middle nasal turbinates.

Abstract

The abundant glands situated in the lamina propria of the human anterior middle nasal turbinate were complex tubules that consist of serous, seromucous, and mucous cells, either singly or in combination. Serous granules were homogeneously dense, but could have a small lighter core. Seromucous granules had a dense rim and a large compartment of appreciably… (More)

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@article{Tandler2000UltrastructureOS, title={Ultrastructure of submucosal glands in human anterior middle nasal turbinates.}, author={Bernard Tandler and David R. Edelstein and Robert A. Erlandson}, journal={Journal of anatomy}, year={2000}, volume={197 ( Pt 2)}, pages={229-37} }