- Neck of gallbladder
Neck of gallbladder Gall bladder Latin collum vesicae biliaris
- SUNY Labs 38:14-0103 - "Stomach, Spleen and Liver: The Gallbladder and the Bile System"
Anatomy of torso, digestive system: accessory digestive glands (TA A05.8–9, TH H3.04.05-07, GA 11.1188) LiverHepatocyte · Hepatic stellate cell · Kupffer cell Biliary tract Pancreas
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