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duc·tule

 (dŭk′to͞ol′)
n.
A small duct.

ductule

(ˈdʌktjuːl)
n
(Anatomy) anatomy zoology a small duct

duc•tule

(ˈdʌk tul, -tyul)

n.
a small anatomical duct.
[1880–85]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.ductule - a very small duct
duct, epithelial duct, canal, channel - a bodily passage or tube lined with epithelial cells and conveying a secretion or other substance; "the tear duct was obstructed"; "the alimentary canal"; "poison is released through a channel in the snake's fangs"
sweat duct - a small duct that conveys sweat from a sudoriferous gland to the surface of the skin
biliary ductule - excretory ducts of the liver; empty into the hepatic ducts
Translations

duc·tule

n. túbulo, conducto pequeño.
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[3] In its early phases, SAL shows collapsed parenchyma, focal elastotic changes, and brisk bile ductular proliferation.
The histopathological diagnosis of BA was established based on cholestasis, ductular proliferation, inflammation, and portal fibrosis/cirrhosis (18).
Both ultrasonography and MR sialography reveals that the gland proper remains nearly normal and only the ductular part is dilated.
(7) However, FNH exhibits prominent ductular reaction at the interface between fibrous septa and normal parenchyma, which is not observed in FLC.
The histopathological findings especially peri-portal fibrosis and bile duct/ ductular hyperplasia are often seen in chronic toxicities.
Pancreatitis is caused by enzyme buildup of ductular and acinar pancreatic enzyme secretions that eventually damage the pancreas.
Ductular epithelium was segmentally denuded and necrotic, characterized by hypereosinophilic cytoplasm with pyknotic to karyorrhectic nuclei.
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Pathological changes used for the diagnosis of PBC included florid duct lesion, bile duct damage, ductular proliferation, and cholestasis.
Boulter et al., "Bone marrow injection stimulates hepatic ductular reactions in the absence of injury via macrophage-mediated tweak signaling," Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, vol.
In the interim, a liver biopsy was done showing liver parenchyma with marked canalicular and intracellular cholestasis, accentuated in perivenular zone, and rare foci of bile duct injury and ductular proliferation.