Definition: formerly considered accessory lacrimal glands, these epithelial invaginations are located near the fornices in the medial part of the palpebral conjunctiva; they open on the conjunctiva surface.
Synonym(s): Baumgarten glands
See Also: accessory lacrimal glands
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