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exclave

 [eks´klāv]
a detached part of an organ.

ex·clave

(eks'klāv),
An outlying, detached portion of a gland or other part, such as the thyroid or pancreas; an accessory gland.
[L. ex, out, + -clave (in enclave)]

exclave

/ex·clave/ (eks´klāv) a detached part of an organ.
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The accessory thyroid is an exclave of the thyroid.

ex·clave

(eks'klāv)
An outlying, detached portion of a gland or other part, such as the thyroid or pancreas; an accessory gland.
[L. ex, out, + -clave (in enclave)]

exclave

a detached part of an organ.
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