Cambridge School Classics Project's Cambridge Latin Course 2 Student's Book II - Fourth Ed PDF

By Cambridge School Classics Project

ISBN-10: 0521644682

ISBN-13: 9780521644686

The top Latin path all over the world publication II focuses first on lifestyles in Roman Britain ahead of relocating additional afield to Egypt. ebook II is complete color all through, with a transparent format of reports and language notes. that includes a word list for fast reference and comprehension questions, the ebook additionally features a complete rationalization of language issues and grammar perform routines.

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13). Two structurally different ducts take part in this anastomosis: the transitional distal segment of the seminiferous tubules and the channels of the rete testis (ROOSEN-RuNGE and HOLSTEIN, 1978). M. : Anatomical and Functional Aspects Fig. 13. Coronal bisection of an adult human testis showing the location of the intra testicular ducts in relation to the tunica albuginea and the long axis of the epididymis. All testicular tissue except the mediastinum (inside broken line) has been removed to demonstrate the curved axis of the rete testis.


While there is some evidence for parasympathetic innervation of the epididymis in other mammals there is, as yet, none to suggest this in man. , 1968, 1971). M. : Anatomical and Functional Aspects aortic plexus or lumbar chains. These fibres are thought to enter the spinal cord from the sympathetic chain at spinal segments TIl, 12 and Ll, but variations to this pattern presumably exist. HOLLINSHEAD (1966) has suggested that, because of the similarity in the pathways of afferent fibres from the epididymis and testis, pain derived from the epididymis is not usually distinguishable from testicular pain.

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