Pancreatic enzymes travel through the pancreatic duct and meet with the bile duct at the duodenum and form the hepatopancreatic ampulla. From there, the enzymes and bile travel through the duodenal papilla and enter the duodenum at the same time.
The liver has a duct, called the common bile duct, that delivers bile through an opening into the small intestine, the duodenum, called the major duodenal papilla. This duct is joined by the pancreatic duct as they both transport their… Full Answer
pancreas and the gall bladder The pancreas, liver, and gall bladder deliver their products to the small intestine, in particular the first part called the duodenum, through an opening that is called the major duodenal papilla which is controlled by… Full Answer
The renal papilla is located in the kidneys. The function of the renal papilla is to store urine before it is excreted from the bladder. It contains part of the secreting tubules and the collecting tubules.
Its secretions combine with the bile from the common bile duct and passes through the duodenal papilla, past the sphincter of Oddi, to allow digestive juices to flow into the duodenum, the first part of the small intestine, in order… Full Answer