Definition of Ampullary. Meaning of Ampullary. Synonyms of Ampullary

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Definition of Ampullary

Ampullary
Ampullar Am"pul*lar, Ampullary Am`pul*la*ry, a. Resembling an ampulla.

Meaning of Ampullary from wikipedia

- The ampullary cu****, or cu****, is a structure in the vestibular system, providing the sense of spatial orientation. The cu**** is located within the...
- pancreas where they join and enter the small intestine. It consists of: ampullary tumour from ampulla of Vater cancer of lower common bile duct duodenal...
- secrete fluid for nourishment of sperm. The male accessory glands are the ampullary gland, seminal vesicles, prostate, bulbourethral gland, and urethral glands...
- fishes) only to reappear independently in two teleost clades. In fish, the ampullary receptor is a specialized receptor that it uses to sense these electric...
- a small, inverted cup or dome-shaped cap over a structure, including: Ampullary cu****, a structure in the vestibular system, providing the sense of spatial...
- Hypokalemia Achlorhydria Somatostatinoma <5% Pancreatoduodenal groove, ampullary, periampullary somatostatin Diabetes mellitus Cholelithiasis Steatorrhea...
- of all vertebrates. This form of ancestral electroreception is called ampullary electroreception, with the receptive organs themselves called Ampullae...
- early 2000s, as well as working as a playwright before her death from ampullary cancer in 2013. Black was born Karen Blanche Ziegler on July 1, 1939,...
- dilated perihilar bile duct, measuring 8 mm. Dilatation of CBD due to Ampullary tumor. If clogged by a gallstone, a condition called choledocholithiasis...
- Template:Theiss, S.M., Collin, S.P. & Hart, N.S. Morphology and distribution of the ampullary electroreceptors in wobbegong sharks: implications for feeding behaviour...
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