Ductus epididymidis | definition of ductus epididymidis by Medical dictionary
duct of ep·i·did·y·mis [TA]
a convoluted tube into which the efferent ductules open and itself terminates in the ductus deferens.
a tube into which the efferent ductules of the testes empty.
References in periodicals archive
The rate of passage of radioplaque medium along the ductus epididymidis
of the rat.
Arrangement, ultrastructure and adrenergic innervation of smooth musculature of the ductuli efferentes, ductus epididymidis
and ductus deferens of man.
The ductus epididymidis
(epididymis) consists of three major regions: head (caput), body (corpus), and tail (cauda).
Structure and function of the epithelium lining the ductuli efferentes; ductus epididymidis
and ductus deferens in the rat.