duct of Botallus

duct of Bo·tal·lus \-bōˈtaləs\

Definition of duct of Botallus

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Origin and Etymology of duct of botallus

translation of New Latin ductus Botalli, from Botallus (Leonardo Botallo), 16th century Italian physician


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