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conduit

 [kon´doo-it]
a channel for the passage of fluids.
ileal conduit see ileal conduit.

con·duit

(kon'dū-it),
A channel.

conduit

/con·du·it/ (kon´doo-it) channel.
ileal conduit  the surgical anastomosis of the ureters to one end of a detached segment of ileum, the other end being used to form a stoma on the abdominal wall.
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Ileal conduit.

conduit

[kon′dit, kon′do̅o̅·it]
1 an artificial channel or passage that connects two organs or different parts of the same organ.
2 a tube or other device for conveying water or other fluids from one region to another.

con·du·it

(kon'dū-it)
A channel.

conduit

a channel for the passage of fluids or air.

ileal conduit
the surgical anastomosis of the ureters or a bowel segment to one end of a detached segment of ileum, the other end being used to form a stoma on the abdominal wall.
vascular conduit
artificial blood vessel; used in repair of pulmonic stenosis by providing a bypass of the obstruction and in correction of arteriovenous fistulae.
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This trend, I believe, will continue and strengthen over the next couple of years, with the conduits increasing their market share of the CMBS market, as well as expanding the product types for which CMBS financing will be available.
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