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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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Flexicon can supply any of its different conduit systems quickly, and is readily at hand to support with technical advice and help, whether you are onsite or over the telephone.
While most of the installation was accomplished using cut and cover, the HDPE conduit also provided the solution to go under a heavily forested section of private property and a section of wetland.
Arranging financing for transactions ranging from $500,000 to more than $500 million for multifamily, co-op, office, retail, hotel, healthcare, self-storage, industrial, and construction properties, Meridian draws from multiple capital sources including banks, insurance companies, and Wall Street mortgage conduits.
Robert Hodgkinson, defending, told the court Conduit had only threatened to break Mr Cochran's teeth and legs in "exasperation and frustration" and had not intended to act on the threat.
At this stage, it is critical that the tax department of the conduit borrower and the conduit borrower's representatives assume control of the audit.
By contrast, the conduit loan is governed by a set of quantitative underwriting rules that determine the pricing of the mortgage.
payments by the conduit that represent a recovery of the investor's investment are treated by the conduit as a distribution of E&P or otherwise as reducing the conduit's or any other taxpayer's taxable income.
Conduit is 100% owner of West Kingston Power Partners and Jamaica Energy Partners.
SIMpull Cable-in-Conduit is available in aluminum and copper conductors and low voltage thru medium voltage constructions and comes in a variety of conduit sizes.
The flexible conduit has a smooth wipe clean cover that does not wrinkle when bent, and is resistant to oils and greases.
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The Carlon PVC Conduit Repair System offers time and labor savings, and eliminates the often-times frustrating task of chipping away and re-pouring concrete around the conduit.