seminal colliculus

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 [kŏ-lik´u-lus] (pl. colli´culi) (L.)
1. a small elevation.
2. either of the two pairs of rounded eminences in the midbrain concerned with visual and auditory reflexes.
seminal colliculus a prominent portion of the male urethral crest, on which are the opening of the prostatic utricle and, on either side of it, the orifices of the ejaculatory ducts; called also verumontanum.

sem·i·nal col·lic·u·lus

an elevated portion of the urethral crest on which the two ejaculatory ducts and the prostatic utricle open.

sem·i·nal col·lic·u·lus

(sem'i-năl kŏ-lik'yū-lŭs) [TA]
An elevated portion of the urethral crest on which open the two ejaculatory ducts and the prostatic utricle.


emanating from or pertaining to semen.

seminal colliculus
see seminal colliculus.
seminal fluid
some of the fluid originates in the testis but most is contributed by the various sex glands, the amount and the composition from each gland varying between species.
seminal glands
see seminal vesicle.
seminal peritonitis
peritonitis caused by rupture of the vagina by the stallion during mating, or of the cow's uterus by the inseminator; causes a low-grade, chronic peritonitis in the caudal abdomen.
seminal plasma
the liquid supernatant after sedimentation or centrifugation of semen.
seminal vesicle
see seminal vesicle.
seminal vesiculitis
inflammation of the seminal vesicles.