rete testis


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network of tubules carrying sperm from the seminiferous tubules to the vasa efferentia

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Of the 7 patients with pure seminoma and spermatic cord LVI, 5 (71%) had rete testis invasion, 3 (43%) had involvement of the hilar soft tissues, and 2 (29%) had LVI present at the spermatic cord margin.
Cytoplasmic NIS expression was found more in patients with rete testis or epididymis invasion.
1997), de los diferentes procedimientos de inyeccion de celulas donadoras dentro de los tubulos seminiferos de un receptor, la tecnica de inyeccion a nivel de rete testis ha demostrado ser un metodo sencillo, eficiente y reproducible.
Complex multilocular cystic lesion of rete testis, accompanied by smooth muscle hyperplasia, mimicking intratesticular Leydig cell neoplasm.
The rete testis is a complex anastomosis of seminiferous tubules located in the mediastinum testis.
Next, the EDs is capable of reabsorbing most of the testicular fluid entering from the rete testis.
El testiculo de la baba no evidencia una rete testis macroscopica, pero a nivel microscopico se ubica a nivel capsular, sobre la cara medial del testiculo, con una longitud de apenas 1 o 2 mm, antes de integrarse al epididimo.
Estos tabiques forman de 250 a 400 lobulos con forma de cuna que constituyen los tubulos seminiferos (aproximadamente 840 por testiculo), los cuales a su vez se unen para formar los tubulos rectos que entran en el mediastino formando una red de conductos dentro del estroma testicular, llamada rete testis, la cual termina en 10 a 15 conductos eferentes en la parte superior del mediastino y transporta el liquido seminal hasta el epididimo (figura 1).
8) The tumour usually also shows contiguous spread to the tunica albuginea, rete testis, epididymis, and spermatic cord.
Also sections from rete testis and epididymis were normal and free from tumor invasion.
Markers that may help in the distinction of primary epithelial neoplasms of the rete testis and epididymis, as well as mesothelial neoplasms, are presented in Table 20.
The rete testis is formed by the convergence of seminiferous tubules within the mediastinum of the testicle.
An unnecessary surgery for epididymal cysts may cause an injury to rete testis which may lead to infertility.
The cellular suspension was injected directly into the rete testis of the left testicle (Fig.