cholangiole

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cholangiole

 [ko-lan´je-ōl]
one of the fine terminal elements of the bile duct system. adj., adj cholangi´olar.
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chol·an·gi·ole

(kō-lan'jē-ōl),
A ductule occurring between a bile canaliculus and an interlobular bile duct.
Synonym(s): canal of Hering
[chol- + G. angeion, vessel, + -ole, small]
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chol·an·gi·ole

(kō-lan'jē-ōl)
A ductule occurring between a bile canaliculus and an interlobular bile duct.
[chol- + G. angeion, vessel, + -ole, small]
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

Hering,

Karl E.K., German physiologist, 1834-1918.
canal of Hering - a ductule occurring between a bile canaliculus and an interlobular bile duct. Synonym(s): cholangiole
Hering test - a test of binocular vision.
Hering theory of color vision - that there are three opponent visual processes: blue-yellow, red-green, and white-black.
Semon-Hering theory - see under Semon, Richard W
Traube-Hering curves - see under Traube
Traube-Hering waves - Synonym(s): Traube-Hering curves
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