pyloric canal

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py·lor·ic ca·nal

[TA]
the aboral segment (about 2-3 cm long) of the stomach; it succeeds the antrum and ends at the gastroduodenal junction.
Synonym(s): canalis pyloricus [TA]
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py·lor·ic ca·nal

(pī-lōr'ik kă-nal') [TA]
The segment of the stomach that succeeds the antrum and ends at the gastroduodenal junction.
Synonym(s): canalis pyloricus [TA] .
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pyloric canal

The cavity inside constricted region of the pyloric segment of the stomach that opens through the pyloric sphincter into the duodenum.
See also: canal
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