The term paradidymis (organ of Giraldés) is applied to a small collection of
convoluted tubules, situated in front of the lower part of the spermatic cord, above
a small, vestigial structure found occasionally in the adult in the anterior part of
the spermatic cord. Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, ...
Medical definition of paradidymis: a group of coiled tubules situated in front of the
lower end of the spermatic cord above the enlarged upper extremity of the ...
Apr 30, 2016 ... These structures were identified as paradidymis based on the location in the cord
and microscopic morphology. We have tried to analyze the ...
The paradidymis or Giraldes' organ, or Henle's paraepididymis, is rarely found at
autopsy, and even more rarely is it recognized clinically. It de- rives from the ...
paradidymis: A small collection of convoluted tubules situated in front of the lower
part of the spermatic cord, above the head of the epididymis.
paradidymis – rudimentární zbytky mesonefros vyskytující se někdy u hlavy
nadvarlete, zejm. u dětí. Drobný nažloutlý útvar se slepými kanálky. Též
Oct 4, 2015 ... The third appendage is the paradidymis, also known as the organ of Giraldes (
Par), which attaches to the lower spermatic cord, and is gaining ...
Paradidymis (organ of Giraldés).—This term is applied to a small collection of
convoluted tubules, situated in front of the lower part of the cord above the head