Definition of Cervical glands of the uterus
1. Noun. Mucus-secreting glands in the mucosa of the uterine cervix.
Generic synonyms: Duct Gland, Exocrine, Exocrine Gland
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Literary usage of Cervical glands of the uterus
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1. Special Pathology and Diagnostics: With Therapeutic Hints by Charles Godlove Raue (1882)
"Continuous purulent discharges originate in the vaginal mucous membrane, in the cervical glands of the uterus, on the surface of a cancerous or other ulcer ..."
2. The Half-yearly Abstract of the Medical Sciences: Being a Digest of British edited by William Harcourt Ranking, Charles Bland Radcliffe, William Dommett Stone (1859)
"The supposition of its coming from the cervical glands of the uterus, or from the vagina, both,of which have been assumed as sources of it by different ..."
3. On the signs and diseases of pregnancy by Thomas Hawkes Tanner (1868)
"... impossibility of the fluid coming from the cervical glands of the uterus, or from the vagina, or from the space between the decidua and the chorion, ..."
4. American Observer Medical Monthly (1873)
"A continual discharge originates in the vaginal mucous membrane, in the cervical glands of the uterus, on the surface of a cancerous or other ulcer, ..."