Any of the arteries that pass between lobules of an organ.
Any of the terminal branches of the hepatic artery passing between the hepatic lobules.
Any of the branches of the interlobar arteries of the kidney passing outward through the cortex and supplying the glomeruli.
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A Long List of Affixes: Suffixes, Prefixes, and Combining FormsSuffixes -able, -ible, -ile: (form adjs) able to, fit to, worthy, capable; apt to; subject to being ~-ed -ac: one affect with -ac, -al, -ane, -ar, -ary, -ch, -ese, -ic, -ical, -id, -ile, -ine, -ish, -ory: like, of, pertaining to; characterized by -aceae: families of plants -aceous, -ous: resemblance to a substance; full of -acy, -age, -ance, -ancy, -asm, -dom, -ence, -ency, -hood, -ism, -ity, -ment, -mony, -ness, -ry, -ship, …
- interlobar artery,
- interlobar duct,
- interlobar vein of kidney,
- interlobular duct,
- interlobular emphysema,
- interlobular pleurisy,
- interlobular vein of kidney,
- interlobular vein of liver
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