interlobular duct

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Related to Interlobular ducts: Intercalated ducts, Interlobar ducts, Intralobular ducts

in·ter·lob·u·lar duct

any duct leading from a lobule of a gland and formed by the junction of the intralobular ducts.

interlobular duct

[-lob′yələr]
Etymology: L, inter + lobulus, small lobe
any duct connecting or draining the lobules of a gland.

in·ter·lob·u·lar duct

(in'tĕr-lob'yū-lăr dŭkt)
Any duct leading from a lobule of a gland and formed by the junction of the fine ducts draining the acini.

interlobular duct

A duct passing between lobules within a gland, e.g., one of the ducts carrying bile.
See also: duct