pancreatic buds

pancreatic buds

outgrowths of endodermal lining of the caudal part of the foregut; the ventral and dorsal buds fuse and develop into the pancreas. The vental bud forms the uncinate process and inferior part of the head of the pancreas and the remaining part of the gland is derived from the dorsal bud.

pancreatic buds

two outgrowths, one dorsal and one ventral, from the endodermal lining of the caudal part of the embryonic foregut that fuse and develop into the pancreas.

pan·cre·at·ic buds

(pan'krē-at'ik bŭdz)
Outgrowths of endodermal lining of the caudal part of foregut; the ventral and dorsal buds fuse and develop into the pancreas. The ventral bud forms the uncinate process and inferior part of the head of the pancreas and the remaining part of the gland is derived from the dorsal bud.
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Ductal anomalies arise from variations in the fusion of the ventral and dorsal pancreatic buds during embryological development and are usually clinically insignificant.
The pancreas is formed by the dorsal and ventral pancreatic buds from foregut endoderm.

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