major sublingual duct

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Related to Duct of Bartholin: Wolffian duct, sublingual duct, Skene duct, Wharton duct, Bartholin duct cyst

ma·jor sub·lin·gual duct

[TA]
the duct that drains the anterior portion of the sublingual gland; it opens at the sublingual papilla.
Synonym(s): ductus sublingualis major [TA]

ma·jor sub·lin·gual duct

(mā'jǒr sŭb-ling'gwăl dŭkt) [TA]
The duct that drains the anterior portion of the sublingual gland; it opens at the sublingual papilla.

Bartholin,

Casper, Danish anatomist, 1655-1738.
Bartholin abscess - an abscess of the vulvovaginal gland.
Bartholin cyst - a cyst arising from the major vestibular gland or its ducts.
Bartholin cystectomy - removal of a cyst of a major vestibular gland. Synonym(s): vulvovaginal cystectomy
Bartholin duct - the duct that drains the anterior portion of the sublingual gland. Synonym(s): major sublingual duct
Bartholin gland - one of two mucoid-secreting tubuloalveolar glands on either side of the lower part of the vagina. Synonym(s): greater vestibular gland

ma·jor sub·lin·gual duct

(mā'jǒr sŭb-ling'gwăl dŭkt) [TA]
Duct that drains anterior portion of sublingual gland.