albuginea


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Noun1.albuginea - whitish tunic
sclera, sclerotic coat - the whitish fibrous membrane (albuginea) that with the cornea forms the outer covering and protection of the eyeball
tunica albuginea testes - whitish cover of the testicle
adventitia, tunic, tunica - an enveloping or covering membrane or layer of body tissue
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My brief glance, in fact, had sufficed to assure me that the orbs which we had all supposed to be glass, and which were originally noticeable for a certain wild stare, were now so far covered by the lids, that only a small portion of the tunica albuginea remained visible.
Peyronie's disease (PD) is characterized by the formation of fibrous plaques in the tunica albuginea (TA).
Tissue swelling and increased pressure within the tunica albuginea can ultimately lead to arterial insufficiency (8).
Peyronie's disease is a progressive wound-healing disorder highlighted by excessive collagen deposition in the tunica albuginea of the penile corpora.
Los testiculos fueron liberados de la tunica albuginea y se colocaron en un recipiente con ClNa 0.
Solid kitleler daha cok malignite dusundururken kistik kitleler siklikla rete testis ektazisi, basit kist ve tunica albuginea kisti gibi benign nedenlidir.
The ovaries of the analyzed fish were covered by the tunica albuginea, which emits septa towards the lumen forming the ovigerous lamellae, where there were nests of oogonia and oocytes at different stages of development.
a) Testiculo capaz de reproducirse con tunica albuginea (Ta), epitelio germinal tardio (EG) y espermatozoides (Ez).
Leaving the spongiosum maximally inserted into the tunica albuginea avoids injury to the delicate vascular structure.
Following findings were looked for during gross examination: right or left side, external surface, condition of the scrotal skin and tunica albuginea, consistency, size of tumor, appearance of cut surface, color, necrosis or hemorrhage, condition of surrounding testicular tissue, epididymis, and spermatic cord and surgical margin.