Translation: from english

opening of nasolacrimal duct

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  • opening of nasolacrimal duct — apertura ductus nasolacrimalis …   Medical dictionary

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  • apertura ductus nasolacrimalis — [TA] opening of nasolacrimal duct: the opening in the inferior nasal meatus through which tears flow out of the nasolacrimal duct …   Medical dictionary

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  • plica lacrimalis — plica lac·ri·ma·lis .lak rə mā ləs n an imperfect valve at the opening of the nasolacrimal duct into the inferior meatus of the nose called also valve of Hasner * * * [TA] lacrimal fold: a fold of mucous membrane at the lower opening of the… …   Medical dictionary

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