epididymal


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ep·i·did·y·mal

(ep'i-did'i-măl),
Relating to the epididymis.

ep·i·did·y·mal

(ep'i-did'i-măl)
Relating to the epididymis.

epididymal

emanating from or pertaining to the epididymis.

epididymal inflammation
epididymal segmental aplasia
a defect in mesonephric development in which part of the epididymis is missing. A cause of infertility in male dogs manifested by azoospermia. Usually unilateral in bulls and rams; probably inherited.
epididymal sperm granulomas
see sperm granuloma.
epididymal stagnation
a condition in stallions in which peak fertility is maintained only by frequent ejaculation.
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The adiposity index was calculated (7) as ratio of the summed weight of seven excised adipose depots to the weight of eviscerated carcass, where, seven excised adipose depots included left and right inguinal fat, left and right epididymal fat, left and right retroperitoneal fat, and mesenteric fat.
However, in most instances of symptomatic epididymal sarcoidosis, excisional biopsy is necessary for the cessation of pain.
To evaluate the mechanisms underl ying HBCD-induced metabolic abnormality in HFD-fed mice, we examined adipocyte hypertrophy and macrophage infiltration, as revealed by F4/80 immunostaining in epididymal adipose tissue.
Defective spermatogenesis and some epididymal pathologies are associated with an increase in abnormal sperm.
Further sectioning showed the lesion extending towards the epididymal head and measured maximally 34mm.
05) increase in the mean number of bound sperm was observed for the samples taken from the epididymis compared with the mean number of the testicular sperm bound to the epithelial cells of the sperm storage sites; this increase was followed by a gradual increase in the capacity for binding from the epididymal to the distal vas deferens samples.
Anthocyanins (ACNs) decreased retroperitoneal and epididymal adipose tissue weights.
However, the use of testicular spermatozoa is preferred over epididymal spermatozoa, because the former have less DNA damage and a better developmental potential (63).
For 10 randomly selected litters per group, one male ("C") was selected to provide epididymal sperm for in utero insemination, and another male ("D") was bred to two untreated females.
The optimized algorithm utilized 5 Roche cobas 6000 immunoassays as inputs: CA 125-II, Apolipoprotein A-1 (ApoA1), transferrin (TRF), follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) and human epididymal protein-4 (HE4).
Several studies have pointed out that rodents exposed to BPA during the prenatal or perinatal period show a large variety of adverse reproductive outcomes, including decreased epididymal weight and increased sloughing from the seminiferous epithelium (Richter et al.