epididymis

英 [,epɪ'dɪdɪmɪs] 美 [,ɛpə'dɪdəmɪs]
  • n. [解剖] 附睾;副睾
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epididymis (n.)
c. 1600, "fleshy mass at the back of the testicles," Modern Latin, literally "that which is on the testicles," from Greek epididymis, a word probably coined by Greek anatomist Herophilus (c. 353-280 B.C.E.) from epi "on" (see epi-) + didymos "testicle," literally "double, twofold" (adj.). An acceptable Englishing of it is in Richard Brome's "The Court Beggar" (1652):
Strangelove. I doe not slight your act in the discovery,
But your imposture, sir, and beastly practise
Was before whisper'd to me by your Doctor
To save his Epididamies
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1. Three anatomic parts of the epididymis are recognized.
据认,附睾由三个解剖部分组成.

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2. Spermatozoa not only mature but also are stored in epididymis.
现公认最为理想的男用避孕环节是干扰精子成熟以及附睾机能.

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3. The pathology revealed a leiomyoma with an intact testis and epididymis.
病人术后恢复良好并于手术后三日出院.

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4. Longitudinal section of a testicle showing the seminiferous tubules and the convoluted epididymis.
睾丸纵切面,示生精小管和迂回蟠曲的附睾.

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5. Spermatoceles are usually found at the head the epididymis, next the top the testicle.
精液囊肿通常位于附睾的头部, 其次位于睾丸的顶端.

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