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Anatomía de los conductos hepáticos y pancreáticos
Anatomía de los conductos hepáticos y pancreáticos

Esta ilustración médica representa la anatomía normal de los conductos hepáticos y pancreáticos. Otras estructuras anatómicas que se muestran son el hígado, la vesícula biliar, el conducto cístico, la vía biliar común, el páncreas y el duodeno. Los conductos hepáticos transportan la bilis desde el hígado, uniéndose al conducto cístico para formar la vía biliar común, la cual conduce la bilis al duodeno.

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Last Updated: May 29th, 2009

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