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ex·cre·to·ry

(eks'krē-tō-rē),
Relating to excretion.

excretory

(ĕk′skrĭ-tôr′ē)
adj.
Of, relating to, or used in excretion: excretory organs.

ex·cre·to·ry

(eks'krĕ-tōr-ē)
Relating to excretion.
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Where SI is the signal intensity values of the arterial, parenchymal or excretory phase.
Other non-neoplastic processes that may manifest as intraluminal filling defects on excretory phase images include fungus balls, blood clots, sloughed papilla in the setting of papillary necrosis (Figure 11).
The most common MR urographic techniques for displaying the urinary tract can be divided into two categories: Static-fluid MR urography and Excretory MR urography.
Three pairs of sensory hairs on lateral margins of body: one pair at level of the anterior organ, one pair anterior to ventral sucker and one pair anterior to excretory vesicle.
Here, we demonstrated a mouse model to induce LG injury by the ligation of the lacrimal gland excretory duct.
Thus, the choice of contrast agent influences the time for the acquisition of "excretory phase."
(2011) Total lenght * 17.4-23.1(19.9) Width * 0.450-0.62 (0.530) Oesophagus (L) 0.246-0.270 1.450-2.780 (1.850) Ventriculus (L) 0.015-0.018 1.600-2.400 (2.090) (b) Ventricular appendix (L) 0.857-0.966 * Nerve ring (a) 0.129-0.147 * Excretory pore (a) 0.144-0.171 (c) Intestinal caecum (L) 0.024-0.033 * Tail (L) 0.051-0.063 * A.
The authors of the study, Ruben Meerman and Andrew Brown, said: "These results show that the lungs are the primary excretory organ for weight loss.
Its excretory duct, the parotid (Stensen's) duct, opens at the parotid papilla, a small elevation on the mucosal surface of the cheek opposite the second upper molar tooth.
In the excretory phase of the CT scan, a bladder perforation was seen as the contrast passed over to the scrotum.