What Is a Bile Canaliculus?

The bile duct is a microtubule formed between adjacent hepatocytes, where the local plasma membrane is recessed into a groove and abuts with each other, and is closed. It starts from the blind vein near the central vein and radially moves to the periphery of the hepatic lobules. The edges converge into a number of short sacral canals, also called Herring's canals, that converge to form interlobular bile ducts after leaving the leaflet edges.

Bile duct

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The bile duct is a microtubule formed between adjacent hepatocytes, where the local plasma membrane is recessed into a groove and abuts with each other, and is closed. It starts from the blind vein near the central vein and radially moves to the periphery of the hepatic lobules. The edges converge into a number of short sacral canals, also called Herring's canals, which merge into the interlobular bile ducts after leaving the leaflet edges.
Chinese name
Bile duct
Foreign name
bile canaliculus
Category
biology
Exterior
Radially toward the periphery of the hepatic lobules
Location
Between adjacent liver cells
Bile canaliculus: bile canaliculus
Bile secreted by liver cells goes directly into the bile duct. When the liver is affected by necrosis of the liver cells or bile duct obstruction, the bile ducts are dilated due to cholestasis, which can cause the normal structure of the bile ducts to be damaged, bile overflow, sclera, blood flow into the blood flow through the sinus space, hepatic sinus, Yellow skin.

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