- "Call-Exner bodies": Small spaces filled with eosinophilic fluid and basement membrane material, usually associated with granulosa cell tumours. Named with Austrian physician Friedrich von Call (1844-1917).
- "Exner's area": A section of the brain just above Broca's area and anterior to the primary motor control area.
- "Exner's nerve": Nerve from the pharyngeal plexus to the cricothyroid membrane.
- "Exner's plexus": A plexus of superficial tangential fibers in the molecular layer of the cerebral cortex.
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