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Related to ductus: ductus deferens, ductus venosus, ductus reuniens, Ductus thoracicus
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10) slightly S shape; vesica membranous without cornuti; ductus ejaculatorius entering laterally.
Patent ductus arteriosus: some notes on prognosis and on pulmonary hypertension.
Indomethacin and its effect on renal function and urinary kallikrein excretion in premature infants with patent ductus arteriosus.
3A): Endosoma simple, not divided, without sclerotization; phallotheca rounded posteriorly, distinctly sclerotized dorsally and almost membranous laterally and ventrally, except a small sclerotized area on the right side; ductus seminis attached to phallobase on the left side; secondary gonopore not sclerotized and devoid of characteristic sculpture.
Smooth transition from ductus to oval bursa copulatrix.
Increased venous return to the right heart promotes shunting of blood through a patent foramen ovale and ductus venosis.
Other cardiac lesions identified by echo-doppler were atrial septal defect (5), bicuspid aortic value (2, one with AR), ventricular septal defect (1), patent ductus arteriosus (2) and other congenital cardiac lesions (2).
Abstract: Vasectomy is done to produce infertility by surgically removing a portion of the ductus deferens from both testicles.
It examines risk factors that can be controlled in childhood to lower the risk of heart disease in adulthood, and also examines new developments in the field, such as neurological abnormalities associated with congenital heart disease, and the diagnosis and management of patent ductus arteriosus.
This oxygenated blood collects in the umbilical vein, and then flows through the ductus venosus, a vascular channel coursing through the embryonic liver between the umbilical vein and the inferior vena cava.
Luckily for Daisy a part of the heart called the ductus valve which normally seals up at birth, stayed open and enabled her heart to continue working for nine weeks.
In these cases, ductus venousus and pulsatility index of the middle cerebral artery Doppler are used for prediction.
Of the 19 patients, 6 underwent local surgical ampullectomy with reinsertion of ductus choledochus and ductus Wirsung for benign or early cancer lesion.
Moreover, estrogen causes closure of the ductus arteriosus, a shunt that connects the pulmonary artery to the aorta during fetal development to allow blood flow to bypass the fetus' fluid-filled lungs.