Medical Definition of Ductus cysticus

1. A bile duct that connects the gallbladder to the common bile duct. A gallstone that blocks the cystic duct can lead to inflammation and infection of the gallbladder. See: common bile duct. (27 Sep 1997)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ductus Cysticus

ductuli paroophori
ductuli prostatici
ductuli transversi epoophori
ductulus
ductulus aberrans inferior
ductulus aberrans superior
ductulus alveolaris
ductulus efferens testis
ductus
ductus aberrantes
ductus arteriosus
ductus biliferi
ductus caroticus
ductus choledochus
ductus cochlearis
ductus cysticus (current term)
ductus deferens
ductus deferens vestigialis
ductus dorsopancreaticus
ductus ejaculatorius
ductus endolymphaticus
ductus epididymidis
ductus epoophori longitudinalis
ductus excretorius
ductus excretorius vesiculae seminalis
ductus glandulae bulbourethralis
ductus hemithoracicus
ductus hepaticus communis
ductus hepaticus dexter
ductus hepaticus sinister

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