tunica albuginea of testis


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tu·ni·ca al·bu·gin·e·a of tes·tis

[TA]
a thick white fibrous membrane forming the outer coat or capsule of the testis.

tu·ni·ca al·bu·gin·e·a of tes·tis

(tū'ni-kă al-byū-jin'ē-ă tes'tis) [TA]
A thick white fibrous membrane forming the outer coat of the testis.
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Gunshot wound injury (GWI) of testis is relatively rare.1 However in case of such an injury tunica albuginea of testis is probably damaged and needs repair.
The use of Tutoplast(R) was first described by a study in the surgical management of the Peyronie's disease.10 After that Tutoplast(R) has been described in penile surgeries by other authors.1112 However we could not find any publications that demonstrate its use to repair the defect of tunica albuginea of testis.
The tunica albuginea of testis, scrotal dartos and skin were closed in separate layers.