- bilharzial dysentery,
- biliary atresia,
- biliary calculus,
- biliary canaliculus,
- biliary cirrhosis,
- biliary duct
Origin of biliary
Examples from the Web for biliary
As above indicated, biliary concretions may remain where deposited for an indefinite period.
“Biliary colic” is the name given to the distressing symptoms associated with the passage of a stone through the narrow bile-duct.
Beneke164 traces a connection between atheromatous degeneration of the vessels and the formation of biliary concretions.
Thus it is customary to speak of renal, biliary or intestinal colic.
Biliary fistul communicating externally, caused by the migration of calculi, are comparatively common.
"pertaining to bile," 1731, from French biliaire, from bile (see bile). Meaning "bilious in mood or temperament" is recorded from 1837.