Duct (anatomy)

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In anatomy and physiology, a duct is a circumscribed channel leading from an exocrine gland or organ.wikipedia
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Parotid gland

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They are found in the submandibular gland, sublingual duct, and the parotid gland, but are more developed in the parotid gland.

Submandibular gland

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They are found in the submandibular gland, sublingual duct, and the parotid gland, but are more developed in the parotid gland.

Vulva

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Pseudostratified columnar epithelium

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For sources that make the distinction, the interlobar ducts are more likely to classified with simple columnar epithelium (or pseudostratified epithelium), reserving the stratified columnar for the lobar ducts.

Simple cuboidal epithelium

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This duct has the thinnest epithelium of any part of the duct system, and the epithelium is usually classified as "low" simple cuboidal.

Simple columnar epithelium

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For sources that make the distinction, the interlobar ducts are more likely to classified with simple columnar epithelium (or pseudostratified epithelium), reserving the stratified columnar for the lobar ducts.

Connective tissue

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Gland

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A striated duct (Pflüger's ducts ) is a gland duct which connects an intercalated duct to an interlobular duct.

Major sublingual duct

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They are found in the submandibular gland, sublingual duct, and the parotid gland, but are more developed in the parotid gland.

Lobe (anatomy)

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An intralobular duct is the portion of an exocrine gland inside a lobule, leading directly from acinus to an interlobular duct (between lobules).

Endocrine gland

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Fat

Muscular layer

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