Paradidymis

The term paradidymis (organ of Giraldés) is applied to a small collection of convoluted tubules, situated in front of the lower part of the spermatic cord, above the head of the epididymis. These tubes are lined with columnar ciliated epithelium, and probably represent the remains of a part of the Wolffian body, like the epididymis, but are funct...
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paradidymis

(par″ә-did´ĭ-mis) a small, vestigial structure found occasionally in the adult in the anterior part of the spermatic cord.
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paradidymis

A small body sometimes attached to the front of the lower part of the spermatic cord above the head of the epididymis; the remnants of tubules of the mesonephros. Its equivalent in the female is the paroophoron. ... Synonym: parepididymis. ... Origin: para-+ G. Didymos, twin, in pl. Didymoi, testes ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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paradidymis

Greek para = beside of near, and didymis = twinned or paired, refers to testes; hence the collection of convoluted tubules in the spermatic cord, above the head of the epididymis.
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paradidymis

Type: Term Pronunciation: par′ă-did′i-mis, -di-dim′i-dēz Definitions: 1. A small body sometimes attached to the front of the lower part of the spermatic cord above the head of the epididymis; the remnants of tubules of the mesonephros. Its equivalent in the female is the paroöphoron. Synonyms: parepididymis
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