Thesaurus / ductus
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The ductus venosus becomes moreover merely a small branch of the vena cava.

The topographical relation of the head of the pancreas to the ductus choledochus is of clinical importance.

In Elasmobranchii the primitive median diverticulum (fig. 421) gives rise to the ductus choledochus.

He was the first to describe the ductus arteriosus, and the three coats of the arteries.

The latter are stored in both ductus deferens and ductus epididymis.

(a) Cephalic portion, remaining in the original sagittal plane, follows the fissure for the ductus venosus.

The third continues through the ductus venosus to the common hepatic vein and sinus venosus (Fig. 256).

The sinus venosus receives the blood from the great veins (ductus Cuvieri and hepatic veins).

This it accomplishes by the structures in the ductus cochlearis.

The post-mortem examination showed the ductus cysticus was ulcerated and perforated.

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