Medical Definition of Ductus lingualis

1. A pit on the upper surface of the tongue at the apex of the sulcus terminalis; it marks the point of origin of the ductus thyroglossus of the embryo; known more commonly as the foramen caecum. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ductus Lingualis

ductus dorsopancreaticus
ductus endolymphaticus
ductus epididymidis
ductus excretorius
ductus hemithoracicus
ductus hepaticus communis
ductus hepaticus dexter
ductus hepaticus sinister
ductus incisivus
ductus lactiferi
ductus lingualis (current term)
ductus lobi caudati dexter
ductus lobi caudati sinister
ductus lymphaticus dexter
ductus mesonephricus
ductus nasolacrimalis
ductus nodes
ductus pancreaticus
ductus pancreaticus accessorius
ductus paraurethrales
ductus parotideus
ductus perilymphaticus
ductus pharyngobranchialis III
ductus pharyngobranchialis IV

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