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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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