• secreting organ or structure (anatomy)
• glands are organs in your body that make substances that are vital to your body or that allow substances to pass out of your body.
• one of two hormone secreting glands functioning in the endocrine system
• sweat gland that is connected to the sympathetic nervous system and is activated in times of fear or stress
enlargement of the prostate gland
• expansion of the gland surrounding the male urethra at the base of the bladder
• gland that produces tears in the eye
• lymph node, small glandlike body within the lymphatic system that filters harmful bacteria from lymph
• a lymph gland is a small mass of tissue in your body where white blood cells are formed; a medical expression.
• epiphysis, small endocrine gland which is located in the center of the brain and secretes the hormone melatonin (anatomy)
• small oval endocrine gland attached to the brain which secretes hormones affecting growth and metabolism (anatomy)
• gland surrounding the male urethra at the base of the bladder which produces sperm
• one of the six glands that secretes saliva in the mouth
• seminal vesicle, one of the paired glands that produces seminal liquied
sweat gland• part of the body which releases sweat
• your sweat glands are the organs under your s ...