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(wolffian duct)
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  • We, the developing rete testis, efferent ducts, and Wolffian duct, all hereby agree that we need to connect. [Review]
  • AAndrology 2019 Apr 29
  • de Mello Santos T, Hinton BT
  • CONCLUSIONS: Fundamental understanding of the morphogenesis of the male reproductive tract is limited, especially the morphogenesis of the rete testis and efferent ducts. Therefore, it is not surprising that we do not understand how each part unites to form a whole. Only one mechanism of joining of one part of the tract to another was identified: the joining of the Wolffian duct to the cloaca via controlled apoptosis.
  • Incidental finding of Zinner syndrome in a Greek military recruit: a case report of a rare clinical entity. [Case Reports]
  • MMMil Med Res 2019 02 14; 6(1):4
  • Symeonidis EN, Gkekas C, … Papathanasiou M
  • CONCLUSIONS: This article aims to present the incidental diagnosis of a rare syndrome in a military setting. Population screening conducted in the armed forces permits the identification of undiagnosed diseases that warrant further investigation. To the best of our knowledge, this was the first report of Zinner syndrome in a military recruit and the second case cited of a Greek patient in the published literature. Regular follow-up is the key to timely intervention in conservatively managed cases.
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