biliary ductules

bil·i·ar·y duc·tules

the excretory ducts of the liver that connect the interlobular ductules to the right (or left) hepatic duct.
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bil·i·ar·y duc·tules

(bil'ē-ār-ē dŭk'tyūlz)
The excretory ducts of the liver that connect the interlobular ductules to the right or left hepatic duct.
Synonym(s): ductuli biliferi.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
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