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Hunterian lecture on the pathology and treatment of the retained testis in childhood

A. H. Southam

Hunterian lecture on the pathology and treatment of the retained testis in childhood

delivered before the Royal College of Surgeons of England on February 18th, 1927

by A. H. Southam

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Published by Lancet Office in [London] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Testis -- Abnormalities.

  • Edition Notes

    Reprinted from The Lancet, April 16th, 1927, p. 805.

    Other titlesThe Lancet., Retained testis in childhood.
    Statementby A. H. Southam and E. R. A. Cooper.
    ContributionsCooper, E. R. A.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination24p. :
    Number of Pages24
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20669804M

    Male Anatomy • Primary Organ – testes, genetically determined in mammals - testis releases hormones that then control the development of secondary sex characteristics - Secondary Organs – internal duct system • e.g., vas deferens, epididymus – external genitalia • Secondary Sexual Characters – e.g., antlers, coloration, facial hair. Mature testis is approximately plum-shaped, cm long. In its usual position in the scrotum, it has a wider margin pointing posteriorly and a narrower margin pointing anteriorly. At its posterior border, the mediastinum testis, also called rete (net) testis, contains the blood vessels, nerves and ductus deferens, that enter and leave the. pathology. This procedure was once mainly used for the diagnosis and for treatment schedule of male infertility. Presently, the procedure can be used also to evaluate endocrinopathies and disorders of other organs which may manifest their effects on testicular function, such as adrenogenital syndrome.


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Hunterian lecture on the pathology and treatment of the retained testis in childhood by A. H. Southam Download PDF EPUB FB2

Hunterian Lecture ON THE PATHOLOGY AND TREATMENT OF THE RETAINED TESTIS IN CHILDHOOD. Delivered before the Royal College of Surgeons of England on Feb.

18th,BY A. SOUTHAM, M.D., OXF., HUNTERIAN LECTURE: REFERENCES. (Continued from previous page.) REFERENCES. Ancel Bouin Acad. Par. cxxxvii Bland-Sutton. L.P. Soundra, J. Lapides, Experitaental torsion of the spermatic cord Surg. Forum () A.H. Southan, E.R.A.

Cooper, Hunterian lecture on the pathology and treatment of the retained testis in childhood Lancet 1: () Cited by: The testis, plural testes, are important for survival of the species.

Tumours occasionally arise in 'em. They generally are not biopsied. If the testis is biopsied, it is usually for fertility. The cut-up of orchiectomy specimens is dealt with in orchiectomy grossing. 1 Normal testis. Microscopic.

Seminiferous tubules. Visual survey of surgical pathology with high-quality images of benign and malignant neoplasms & related entities.

: A Collection of. Nonseminomatous germ cell tumors stages 1 & 2: treatment variable; some prefer lymph node dissection with further therapy dependent on presence / absence of tumor, some prefer watchful waiting unless aggressive features (vascular invasion, predominance of. The inflammatory cells with testicular torsion are frequently lymphohistiocytic instead of the mixed inflammatory cells of a polyarteritis nodosa.

Clinical history is useful but often can overlap for both entities at presentation. Fibrinoid vascular necrosis can be seen in. In this book, the authors present current research in the study of the anatomy, physiology and pathology of the testes.

Topics discussed in this compilation include the roles and regulatory mechanism of proton pumping V-ATPase in spermatozoa and epididymis physiology; oxidative stress as a converging mechanism of testicular damage; the pathophysiology of the testis after.

In this lecture, you’re going to learn about the histological structure and function of the testis. It’s a major organ in the male reproductive system.

In another lecture, I’m going to talk about the accessory glands, and also ducts that are involved with transporting products from the testis, the spermatozoa. At the end of this lecture, I’d like you to be clearly. or heat gain. Now let’s look at the testis in more detail.

Let’s look at its histological structure. Well, here are two images of the testis. The one on the left hand side is a histological section taken through the testis.

The one on the right is a diagram I’m going to refer to, to explain some of the internal structures of the testis that you don’t really see clearly in a. History and Evolution of Testicular Descent. Hunterian lecture on the pathology and treatment of the retained testis in childhood. Lancet – Google Scholar.

Moskowicz L () Die Entstehung des Kryptorchismus. Arch f klin Chir – Google Scholar. Cited by: 2. Appendix of the testis. From Libre Pathology. Jump to navigation Jump to search.

Drawing showing the appendix of testis. (WC/Gray's Anatomy) Appendix of the testis is a benign structure of the testis that is a remnant of the Muellerian duct.

It should not be confused with the appendix of the epididymis. Embryology – formation of a testis. A brief review of testis formation is essential to understand how disorders of this process could lead to seemingly diverse abnormalities, such as cryptorchidism, abnormal spermatogenesis, tumors of the testis or male excurrent duct system, or aplasia of male genitalia [21, 22].The sex-determining region of the genome is located on the Cited by: Yield of Testis Pathology in Older Children and Adolescents with Cryptorchidism Joseph W.

McQuaid, MD MPH 1, Vera A. Paulson, MD PhD 2, Michael P. Kurtz, MD MPH 1, Tanya Logvinenko, PhD 1, Richard N. Yu, MD PhD 1, Richard S. Sertoli cells: surround the germ cells and have important tasks in support and nutrition of germ cells, formation of the blood-testis barrier, phagocytosis of spermatid remains, secretion of inhibin (control of FSH), and transmission of hormonal stimuli.

Sertoli cells are located on the basement membrane of seminiferous tubules and reach with its cytoplasm to luminal. Testis, in animals, the organ that produces sperm, the male reproductive cell, and androgens, the male hormones. In humans the testes occur as a pair of oval-shaped organs.

They are contained within the scrotal sac, which is located directly behind the penis and in. Retractile testis is often bilateral and most common in boys between 5 and 6 years of age.

Hypospadias and inguinal hernias are the most common associated anomalies seen with undescended testis. Undescended testis (UDT) is a common abnormality, affecting about 1/20 males at birth.

Half of these have delayed testicular descent, with the testis in the scrotum by weeks after term. Beyond this spontaneous descent is rare.

Current treatment recommendations are that UDT beyond 3 months need surgery between months of age. Some children have scrotal Cited by: 2.

described in the pathology narrative, if exacerbated by treatment. If both testes are affected, the diagnosis should be qualified as bilateral and the severity based on the more severely affected testis. References: Creasy DM, Foster JR, Foster PM.

The morphological development of di-n-pentyl phthalate induced testicular atrophy in the Size: KB. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle.

Histological and histopathological evaluation of the testis. adhesion adluminal adult rat Anat Rec androgen binding protein Androl apical basal binding protein Biochem Biol Reprod blood-testis barrier Cell Biol cell types cellular cultured Sertoli cells cycle cyclic cytoplasm differentiation Medical / Pathology Medical / Urology Nature.

Visual survey of surgical pathology with high-quality images of benign and malignant neoplasms & related entities. Histology of Testes Focused Histology of Testes with stained slides of pathology. Torsion of the appendix testis is not an uncommon cause of acute hemiscrotum. It is frequently misdiagnosed as acute epididymitis, orchitis, or torsion of testis.

Though conservative management is the treatment of choice for this condition, prompt surgical intervention is warranted when testicular torsion is suspected. We report a case of torsion of a large appendix testis Cited by: 2. The Undescended Testis: Diagnosis, Treatment and Long-Term Consequences Article Literature Review (PDF Available) in Deutsches Ärzteblatt International (33) September with.

Welcome to the updated version of Pathology for Urologists. This program was designed to help Urology residents and fellows familiarize themselves with the pathologic features of common urologic entities.

This will serve not only as a resource tool for your review but also as a quick reference guide to urologic pathology.

The male gonad is the testis (pl, testes). The initial difference in male and female gonad development are dependent on testis-determining factor (TDF) the protein product of the Y chromosome SRY gene. Recent studies have indicated that additional factors may also be required for full differentiation.

Undescended testis (UDT) is the most common disorder of sexual development in boys and affects % of male newborns. Although approximately half of newborn UDTs descend spontaneously, some boys develop an ascending testis later in childhood. Ultrasound of the Testis for the Andrologist: Morphological and Functional Atlas of scrotal pathology in the world.

The book’s emphasis on functional interpretation of the images, supplemented by clinical data, make it a unique tool for clinical management. This approach is intended to increasingly familiarize clinicians with the Author: Andrea M. Isidori, Andrea Lenzi.

The natural history of acquired UDT is that the testes are in the scrotum at six months of age, but ascend out of the scrotum between one and five years of age. 16 From about five years of age, the testes are located in the groin, but then spontaneously descend again at puberty (thought to be a secondary effect of androgen).

17 However, if the. TY - CHAP. T1 - Immunology of the testis and male reproductive tract. AU - Hedger, Mark. PY - /8/ Y1 - /8/ N2 - A large body of evidence points to the existence of a close, dynamic relationship between the immune system and the male reproductive tract, which has important implications for our understanding of both : Mark Hedger.

Annals of Reproductive Medicine and Treatment. Cite this article: Okpe GC, Anya KO () Evaluation of Testis Biometry, Sperm and Hormone Profiles of Naturally Unilateral Cryptorchid West African Dwarf.

Goats. Ann Reprod Med Treat 2(1): *Corresponding author. Okpe Godwin Chidozie, Department of Veterinary. Study 44 Testes Pathology flashcards from Philip G. on StudyBlue. A leydig cell tumor. Much more rare than germ cell tumors (2%) these are mostly benign (90%). Embryology of the Testis Parks and Jameson Endocrinology (3)– Human Testicular Development T.

Klonisch et al. Developmental Biology () 1– 8 week human 7 week human Medulla: inner part – Treatment of File Size: KB. The epididymis is a narrow, tightly-coiled tube connecting rear of the testicles to the deferent duct (ductus deferens or vas deferens).

The epididymis consists of three parts: head, body, and head of the epididymis is located on superior pole of stores sperm for maturation. The body of the epididymis is a highly convoluted duct which connects the head to the tail of.

Abstract. Undescended testes are one of the most commonly encountered problems in pediatric urologic practices. Despite this prevalence and the long clinical interest in this problem, management of patients with cryptorchidism continues to undergo refinement and : Stanley J. Kogan. Learn male reproductive pathology with free interactive flashcards.

Choose from different sets of male reproductive pathology flashcards on Quizlet. Anatomy of the Testis. The testicles are oval shaped, homogeneous low level echogenic structures and measure approximately 4 x 3 x 2 cm in size.

The pediatric testicle measures approximately 1 cubic centimeter and increases steadily in size from approximately 8 years until puberty when it reaches mature size. The appendix testis (or hydatid of Morgagni) is a vestigial remnant of the Müllerian duct, present on the upper pole of the testis and attached to the tunica vaginalis.

It is present about 90% of the time. 1 Clinical significance. 4 External links. Clinical significance. The appendix of testis can, occasionally, undergo torsion (i.e. become Precursor: Müllerian duct. Histological and Histopathological Evaluation of the Testis by Lonnie Dee Russell, Et Al, Robert Ettlin, Eric D.

Clegy (Editor), Amiya P. Hikim (Editor) Lonnie Dee RussellPages: Arq. Bras. Med. Vet. Zootec., v, n.5, p, Pathologic evaluation of testis and epididymis of hairy rams in the semi-arid region of Piaui State [Avaliação patológica de testículos e epidídimos de ovinos deslanados da região semi-árida do Estado do Piauí] F.L.A.

Costa1, S.M.M.S. Silva1, E.F. Nascimento2 1Departamento de Clínica e Cirurgia Veterinária - UFPI. Search by Category: "testis" Show Diagnoses Week Case 1 Diagnosis: Sertoli cell tumor Week Case 6 Diagnosis: Sertoli cell nodules testicular feminization Week Case 1 Diagnosis: Endodermal Sinus Tumor Week Case 5 Diagnosis: Teratoma Yolk sac tumor Week Case 1 Diagnosis: Epidermoid cyst Week Case 5 Diagnosis: Benign.

) Major functions of the testis is a) propelling spermatozoa and fluids along the reproductive tract. b) providing nutrients that spermatozoa need for motility.

c) production of spermatozoa. d) activating spermatozoa. e) None of the above are functions of male reproductive tract organs.Search by Category: "testis" Show Diagnoses Week Case 4 Diagnosis: Splenic-Gonadal Fusion Week Case 6 Diagnosis: Foci of entrapped benign spermatogonia sertoli only pattern Testis Week Case 5 Diagnosis: Choriocarcinoma Teratoma Week Case 6 Diagnosis: vasculitis Week Case 6 Diagnosis: Florid reactive mesothelial hyperplasia.

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