seminal emission

seminal emission

Etymology: L, semen, seed, emittere, to send out
a discharge of semen.
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36] These agents have sympathomimetic properties and increase the tone at the bladder neck, and can also stimulate seminal emission.
The specific reference to seminal emission "when a man lies with a woman" (verse 18) and the separate reference in the unspecified context of verse 16 suggest that this law does intend to distinguish two contexts in which seminal emissions occur: the context of sexual intercourse, and the context of non-intercourse which Johnson (1982) argues must allow for masturbation.
Stimulation of D2 receptors in the paraventricular nucleus also facilitates seminal emission (Eaton et al.
Stimulation of spinal sarotonergic receptors facilitates seminal emission and suppresses penile erectile reflexes.
The effects of intracranial administration of the dopamine agonist apomorphine on penile reflexes and seminal emission in the rat.
The 12-mg/kg dose was also associated with an increase in seminal emissions.
Seminal emissions were defined as the expulsion of seminal fluid followed by a coagulating plug.
A typically gory German woodcut is described as "Christ ejaculating blood" (22), with no reference to the transitive use of the verb in its seventeenth-century medical sense, a coy attempt to conflate bleeding and seminal emission.
The priest stricken with seminal emissions, or the nun prey to hysteric fits," anti-Catholic doctors of the nineteenth century agreed, "served to underline the perverse nature of Catholicism" (88).
A nitric oxide synthesis inhibitor administered into the medial preoptic area increases seminal emissions in an ex copula reflex test.
In his home medical guide George Beard devoted considerable space to modern nervous disease, including neurasthenia (almost his own invention), seminal emissions and self abuse, and in this context focused on the foreskin.