tail of epididymis

tail of ep·i·did·y·mis

the inferior part of the epididymis that leads into the ductus deferens; part of the reservoir of spermatozoa.
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The testes were pushed into the body cavity and removed by pulling the tail of epididymis.
2); and (3) it was impossible to identify the body and the tail of epididymis.
In Red sokoto goat, the weight of the left tail of epididymis was 3.
Most commonly tail of epididymis is involved, as in our case flowed by head and body regions.
Parts of head, body and tail of epididymis are distinguished on the testis.