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Fibrin as an inducer of fibrosis in the tunica albuginea of the rat: A new animal model of Peyronie's disease.
US has been reported to have 100% sensitivity for detection of scrotal injuries and 80% specificity for tunica albuginea fractures.
Histopathology of the lesions confirmed the presumptive diagnosis of SCC of the penis and prepuce invading the subcutaneous tissue, not the albuginea.
Beneath the epithelium there is albuginea of dense connective tissue.
Mesothelial cysts may arise from the tunica vaginalis, tunica albuginea or less commonly in the epididymis or spermatic cord.
concluded that early surgical correction is possible as tunica albuginea plication was also effective in prepubertal period.
Paralelamente, el testiculo izquierdo luego de ser liberado de la tunica albuginea, fue preincubado por 15min en Ham F-10, a pH 7,2 y 35[degrees]C, 100% de humedad y 5% de CO2.
La ereccion peneana se explica por el aumento de volumen de los cuerpos cavernosos, constrenidos por la tunica albuginea, por lo que aumentan la presion intracavernosa y la tension en dicha tunica tanto axial como circunferencialmente.
We used a Tutoplast(R) processed bovine pericardium to repair the defect of tunica albuginea.
scorpioides covered by the tunica albuginea were composed of dense connective tissues with collagen fibers and with branching blood vessels mediated by lymphatic spaces (Figs.
La estructura basica estuvo bien diferenciada como un testiculo (Figura 2A): se observo tunica albuginea, lobulaciones y septos, aunque el tejido intersticial estromal fue escaso.
After macroscopic evaluation of the testes for any pathologic signs (trauma, cyst, tumor and hematoma), the testes were washed (3 times) with transition media and the tunica albuginea and visible connective tissues were aseptically removed.
The membrane surrounding the corpora cavernosa, the tunica albuginea, helps trap the blood in the corpora cavernosa, by occluding the venous outflow, and sustain the erection.
After that, grafts were thinned and placed on the dorsal aspect of the urethra and fixed to the tunica albuginea of the corpora cavernosa by applying several sutures using 5-0 vicryl sutures to prevent dead spaces (Figure 1(c)).