Mesoepididymis



mesoepididymis mes·o·ep·i·did·y·mis (měz’ō-ěp’ĭ-dĭd’ə-mĭs, měs’-)
n.
An occasional fold of the tunica vaginalis testis that binds the epididymis to the testis.

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