papillary ducts

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pap·il·lar·y ducts

the largest straight excretory ducts in the kidney medulla and the papillae of which openings form the area cribrosa that open into a minor calyx; they are a continuation of the collecting tubules.
Synonym(s): Bellini ducts

pap·il·lar·y ducts

(pap'i-lar-ē dŭkts) [TA]
The largest straight excretory ducts in the kidney medulla and papillae, with openings that form the area cribrosa; they are a continuation of the collecting tubules.
Synonym(s): Bellini ducts.

Bellini,

Lorenzo, Italian physician and anatomist, 1643-1704.
Bellini ducts - the largest straight excretory ducts in the kidney medulla and papillae whose openings form the area cribrosa. Synonym(s): papillary ducts
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Bellini tubules