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Pancreatic Ducts

Terminal end duct cells that interface with acini are called centroacinar cells. Intercalated ducts merge to form intralobular ducts (lined by cuboidal epithelia), and these in turn merge to form interlobular ducts, which finally merge to form into the main duct (lined by simple columnar epithelia) that traverses the pancreas to the duodenum, delivering fluid laden with digestive enzymes.
Uncinate process
Pancreatic Ducts
Multiple Ancestors Single Ancestor No Descendants Develops from Part of Parent