mesonephric tissue

mes·o·neph·ric tis·sue

intermediate mesoderm situated in the thoracic and lumbar regions of the embryo or fetus; it develops into the mesonephros and associated structures.
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The proximal tubular diameter (table-1) in the mesonephric tissue increased among the groups when compared with control group I.
Splenogonadal fusion (SGF), which is one of the rarest congenital abnormalities in the genital tract, is defined as the ectopic localization of the splenic tissue in/between the mesonephric tissues such as gonadal or perigonadal tissues.