ductule


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The posterior lid margin contains the marginal mucosa, the mucocutaneous junction, the meibomian gland orifices and associated terminal ductules, and the neighbouring keratinised skin.
76) In typical cases, ductular reaction is prominent and consists of a proliferation of small, interanastomosing ductules located at the periphery of the portal tracts.
It has been documented that hepatic bile ductule hyperplasia, megakaryosis, and vacuolation can all be reduced through the use of yeast additives to AD and DON contaminated swine diets (Chaytor et al.
Efferent ductules (ED), part of the excurrent ducts in the male reproductive tract, are the sites where the majority of testicular fluid is reabsorbed, resulting in a several fold increase in sperm concentration (Clulow et al.
This finding is in agreement with a recent report showing that precursors of PCE are found exclusively in efferent ductules in the head of the epididymis.
AQP9 is essential for the glycerol transport in the bile ducts and ductules of the liver.
The most important morphologic feature is the presence of cytologic atypia of luminal epithelial cells without simultaneous alterations of basally located myoepithelial cells and without significant intraluminal proliferation in the involved ducts or ductules.
The mature spermatozoa then exit the seminiferous tubules, enter the rete testis and efferent ductules, and move into the epididymis, where they are rendered motile and fertile and are stored.
It is characterized by the presence of several small, cytologically bland ductules intimately admixed with the endocrine component.
Different compartments, such as ducts, ductules, and intralobular terminal ducts, have been observed in rats.
Rare isolated bile ductules were associated with neutrophils consistent with cholangitis.
An endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography in 1991 showed slight irregularity of the intrahepatic bile ductules and was thought to represent an early phase of primary sclerosing cholangitis.
Minute regenerative nodules ("buds") were small clusters of hepatocytes (less than 10 cells in diameter) admixed with ductules.