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conduit

A metal pipe through which electric wiring is run. Building codes often require that all electric wiring for commercial buildings must be in conduit and securely attached to the ceiling,not suspended from dropped-ceiling supports or other building components.

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The variation of the right lobe posterior segment bile duct that drained to the left hepatic bile duct is described as type 3A according to the classification of Huang et al.
Table 1 shows typical VAV box connections to the duct main with first cost premiums, estimated pressure drop for the listed example, and recommended applications.
Histopathologically salivary duct carcinoma bears a striking similarity to ductal carcinoma of the breast and is composed of intraductal and invasive components.
Nasolacrimal duct patency test, using rose bengal dye was negative, suggestive of associated nasolacrimal duct obstruction.
6-fold reduced likelihood of having bile duct cancer compared with those who did not take aspirin.
An abdominal ultrasound showed the gall bladder to be normal with choledocholithiasis, in a dilated common bile duct measuring 1.
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Bhadra added that the new facility will be used to manufacture rectangular ducts, spiral round ducts, acoustic attenuators, fire dampers and other duct-related accessories.
The main cause of iatrogenic bile duct stone formation is due to the suture materials, especially silk sutures.
The results from Machen and Haines, though now hard to find, appear to form the basis for the rectangular duct insertion loss data in ASHRAE Handbook--HVAC Applications (2015).
sup][1] Despite the benefits of LC, there is still concern about some severe complications of this technique, especially bile duct injury (BDI).
US-based medical device maker Cook Medical's Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery clinical division has launched the Advance Salivary Duct Balloon Catheter Set, the company said on Monday.