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Related to genital tubercle: Labioscrotal folds, Urogenital folds
this tubercle derived from the genital tubercle is the primordium of the penis or clitoris.
Synonym(s): genital tubercle
The embryonic structure that becomes the clitoris or the penis.
See also: tubercle
1. pertaining to reproduction, or the reproductive organs.
2. genitals, the reproductive organs, especially the external genital organs.
see swamp cancer.
see bovine vibriosis.
male—efferent ductules, ductus epididymis, ductus deferens; female—uterine tubes (fallopian tubes, oviducts), uterus, vagina.
the joining together of the dog and the bitch during coitus in which the enlarged penile bulb of the dog is held tightly in the bitch's vagina. The dog normally dismounts and stands back-to-back with the bitch, with the penis still locked in the vagina. Called also the 'tie'.
see granular vaginitis.
bilateral thickenings in the roof of the embryo's celom which are the primordia of the gonads.
genital squamous cell carcinoma
squamous cell carcinoma of the penis and prepuce and of the vulva.
the reproductive system including ovaries, ovarian bursa, uterine tubes, uterus, cervix, vagina, vulva, vestibular glands of the female and testicles, epididymis, vas deferens, penis, prostate, seminal vesicles, bulbourethral glands, prepuce and scrotum of the male.
from the ovaries to the vulva, from the testicles to the external urethral meatus.
the eminence in the embryo which develops into the clitoris or penis.
the combined urinary and reproductive systems.
see bovine vibriosis.
see genital papillomatosis.
1. a small, rounded nodule produced by the bacillus of tuberculosis (Mycobacterium bovis). It is made up of small spherical masses that contain giant cells and are surrounded by spindle-shaped epithelioid cells.
2. a nodule or small eminence, especially one on a bone, for attachment of a tendon. See also cuneate tubercle.
dysgonic tubercle (1)
one from which it is difficult to culture mycobacteria, typical of Mycobacterium bovis.
eugonic tubercle (1)
one from which mycobacteria can be isolated with ease. Typical of Mycobacterium avium.
fibrous tubercle (1)
a tubercle of bacillary origin that contains connective tissue elements.
see phallic tubercle (below).
a small swelling; used as an anatomical landmark; also an attachment for the gracilis nucleus in the medulla oblongata.
the point of the shoulder; the greater tubercle on the head of the humerus.
situated on the intercondylar eminence on the head of the tibia, there are medial and lateral tubercles. Called also intercondylar eminences.
intermediate humerus tubercle
a small ridge between the greater and lesser tubercles of the horse's humerus; it serves to restrain the bicipital tendon.
a fold on the inner wall of the right atrium, directing the flow of blood from the venae cavae to the atrioventricular opening.
one of the many minute tubercles formed in many organs in acute miliary tuberculosis.
primordia of the penis; called also genital tubercle.
a prominent tubercle at the lateral end of the pubic crest.
a tubercle on the scapula for attachment of the biceps muscle.