mesonephric


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mes·o·neph·ric

(mez'ō-nef'rik),
Relating to the mesonephros.

mesonephric

/meso·neph·ric/ (mez″o-nef´rik) pertaining to the mesonephros.

mesonephra, mesonephric

mes·o·neph·ric

(mez'ō-nef'rik)
Relating to the mesonephros.

mesonephric

emanating from or pertaining to the mesonephros.

mesonephric duct
embryonal structure that develops into the vas deferens and epididymis in males and remains vestigial in females. Called also wolffian duct. It is subject to a variety of manifestations of segmental aplasia and hypoplasia, especially in bulls. In mares remnants of the ducts may become cystic and produce paraovarian cyst.
mesonephric tube
excretory tube of the mesonephros; becomes the mesonephric duct and contributes in the adult to the vasa efferentia of the male.
mesonephric tubules
embryonic tubules which connect at one end with a blood vessel, at the other with the mesonephric duct.
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2) Human papillomavirus DNA is only very rarely detected in the nonmucinous types of ADC, such as clear cell, serous, and mesonephric adenocarcinoma.
11] Most of the other nonneoplastic lesions such as tunnel clusters, mesonephric hyperplasia, endometriosis, and microglandular endocervical hyperplasia are not given much importance even though they mimic in situ or malignant neoplasm.
Chemotherapy for urothelial cancer is usually used because CDC has a mesonephric origin.
The mesonephric kidney of teleosts essentially evolved as a water-secreting organ with relatively big glomeruli.
Congenital rectovaginal fistula, imperforate anus, hypospadias and other anatomical variants of cloacal dysgenesis can also be associated with maldevelopment of the Mullerian and mesonephric duct derivatives.
Nephrogenic adenoma of the urinary bladder is defined as a metaplastic change in the urinary bladder with papillary or cryptic structures which are composed of small hollow tubules similar to mesonephric tubules, which are usually lined by a single layer of bland cuboidal or hobnail cells, surrounding eosinophilic or basophilic secretions [7].
tion fuse with the developing mesonephric ducts and form the bladder and urethra.
The proximal tubular diameter (table-1) in the mesonephric tissue increased among the groups when compared with control group I.
They are thought to be caused by abnormal insertion of the mesonephric ducts into the cloaca in the place of the normal plicae colliculi, which cause varying degrees of obstruction.
Different origins of renal arteries and frequent variations were explained in the development of mesonephric arteries.
The ureteral bud originates from the caudal end of the mesonephric duct at approximately gestational week 4, and proper interaction between the mesonephric duct and urogenital sinus results in the correct anatomical placement of the ureteral orifice on the bladder trigone.