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  • Spermatocele trouble w/recovery-post vasectomy & spermatocele removal [Urology - General] (Urology Forum) Unusual Testicle Pain [Urology - General] (Urology Forum). — “Spermatocele”,
  • Symptoms, Treatment and Prevention of Spermatocele. — “Spermatocele - Symptoms, Treatment and Prevention”,
  • Definition of spermatocele in the Online Dictionary. Meaning of spermatocele. Pronunciation of spermatocele. Translations of spermatocele. spermatocele synonyms, spermatocele antonyms. Information about spermatocele in the free online English. — “spermatocele - definition of spermatocele by the Free Online”,
  • Spermatocele is a retention cyst of a tubule of the rete testis or the head of the epididymis distended with a milky fluid that contains spermatozoa. Sperm formation gradually causes the diverticulum to increase in size, causing a spermatocele. — “Spermatocele - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • What is a spermatocele? A male with a spermatocele has a lump in the scrotum, caused by a cyst that forms in the epididymis. The cyst is a collection of fluid that contains dead sperm cells. The cause of spermatocele is unknown. Spermatoceles. — “FreeMD® Spermatocele Definition”,
  • Spermatocele. Lifestyle, fitness & health information about Spermatocele. 3 Ways to Treat Testicular Cysts, What Are the Causes of Swollen Testicles?, 5 Things You Need to Know About Testicular Cysts,. — “Spermatocele | ”,
  • What is a spermatocele?A spermatocele (epididymal cyst) is a sperm - filled cyst in the long, tightly coiled tube that lies above and behind each testicle (epididymis). It feels like a smooth, firm lump in the scrotum on top of the testicle.What. — “Spermatocele (Epididymal Cyst)-Topic Overview”,
  • Spermatocele Symptoms, Treatments and Medications Spermatocele is a retention cyst of a tubule of the rete testis or the head of the epididymis. — “Spermatocele- Health Encyclopedia and Reference”,
  • Spermatocele -- a cyst-like mass within the scrotum that contains fluid and dead sperm cells A hematocele, hydrocele, or spermatocele may occasionally require surgery to remove the collection of blood, fluid, or dead cells. — “Scrotal masses: MedlinePlus Medical Encyclopedia”, nlm.nih.gov
  • What is a spermatocele? A spermatocele (epididymal cyst) is a sperm-filled cyst in the long, tightly coiled tube that lies above and behind each testicle (epididymis). It feels like a smooth, firm lump in the scrotum on top of the testicle. What. — “Spermatocele Epididymal Cyst - AOL Health”,
  • Spermatocele information including symptoms, diagnosis, misdiagnosis, treatment, causes, patient stories, videos, forums, prevention, and prognosis. — “Spermatocele Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatments and Causes”,
  • Brief and Straightforward Guide: What Is a Spermatocele? A spermatocele is a cyst on the epididymis, which is a tube in a man's testicle that stores and carries sperm. — “What Is a Spermatocele?”,
  • Overview: A spermatocele is a benign cystic accumulation of sperm that arises from the head of the epididymis. Although often disconcerting to the patient when noticed, these lesions are benign. Spermatoceles can develop in varying locations,. — “Spermatocele: eMedicine Urology”,
  • MDGuidelines is the most trusted source of disability guidelines, disability durations, and return to work information on spermatocele. — “Spermatocele - Medical Disability Guidelines”,
  • Spermatocele -- a cyst-like mass within the scrotum that contains fluid and dead sperm cells A hematocele, hydrocele, or spermatocele may occasionally require surgery to remove the collection of blood, fluid, or dead cells. — “Scrotal masses”,
  • A spermatocele (epididymal cyst) is a sperm-filled cyst in the long, tightly coiled tube that lies above and behind each testicle (epididymis) A spermatocele is usually diagnosed by examining the scrotum. As part. — “Spermatocele (Epididymal Cyst)”,
  • Spermatocele — Comprehensive overview covers symptoms, treatment of this noncancerous, often painless testicular disorder. — “ - Spermatocele”,
  • Spermatocele, also known as a spermatic cyst, are typically painless, Aspiration involves puncture of the spermatocele with a needle and withdrawal of its contents into a syringe. Sclerotherapy is performed with. — “(c) - Adult Conditions - ***ual Function”,
  • spermatocele ( spər′madə′sēl ) ( medicine ) A cystic dilation of a duct in the head of the epididymis or in the rete. — “Spermatocele: Definition from ”,
  • A Spermatocele is a (usually) small cavity, filled with watery liquid, in the epididymis. Usually, a Spermatocele does not cause pain or discomfort, unless it becomes very large, in which case it may. — “Testicals Overview”,
  • A scrotal mass is a lump or bulge that can be felt in the scrotum, the sac that contains the testicles. See also: Hydrocele; Orchitis; Seminoma; Sertoli-Leydig cell tumor; Testicular cancer; Varicocele. Spermatocele -- a cyst-like mass within the scrotum that contains fluid and dead sperm cells. — “Scrotal masses Information on Healthline”,
  • Spermatocele — Comprehensive overview covers symptoms, treatment of this noncancerous, often painless testicular disorder. — “Spermatocele - ”,

Images

  • A moderatum
  • Spermathecae Thelechoris striatipes jpg
  • Crassicrus Homoeomma
  • seen within these species Thanks Eric I FINALLY got my new scope camera to capture a still image One of these is with upper lighting and the other is with light from below She has distinctive lighter colored pipe cleaner type setae on the back legs 7 8 and setae on 5 6 which is diferent from legs 1 4 but not as distinctive as 7 8 Thanks for
  • B auratum Ami yupanquii
  • seen within these species Thanks Eric I FINALLY got my new scope camera to capture a still image One of these is with upper lighting and the other is with light from below She has distinctive lighter colored pipe cleaner type setae on the back legs 7 8 and setae on 5 6 which is diferent from legs 1 4 but not as distinctive as 7 8
  • Psalmopoeus irminia spermathecae
  • Chaetopelma
  • G aureostriata
  • Chaetopelma Crassicrus
  • Poecilotheria metallica spermathecae
  • Poecilotheria miranda spermathecae
  • Poecilotheria regalis spermathecae
  • B verdezi P antinous
  • FEMALE ANATOMY http i53 photobucket com albums g7 ermathecae jpg This is a picture of the female *** organs located between the anterior book lungs top pair
  • H lividum
  • that receives the male genitalia during copulation Uterus Anterior opening of the genital chamber when enlarged for retaining developing eggs Spermathecae Sperm storage organs from which the spermatozoa are released onto the eggs as they are passed from the oviduct membraneous in Therevidae They are
  • P ornata T pruriens
  • Spermathecae Linothele megatheloides jpg
  • Cyriopagopus sp blue
  • with terminal lobes wich is a feature that can differ Pterinochilus lugardi and Pterinochilus murinus Pterinochilus simoni P vorax and Eucratoscelus spp also possess this feature
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  • Poecilotheria formosa spermathecae
  • P striata
  • Monocentropus balfouri spermathecae
  • Grammostola grossa spermathecae
  • Lasiodora klugi spermathecae
  • back
  • B klaasi
  • Spermathecae Linothele sp Peru jpg
  • C cyaneopubescens
  • Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens spermathecae
  • Spermathecae Linothele fallax jpg
  • Brachypelma
  • Pamphobeteus fortis Brachypelma emilia
  • Spermathecae no clear dent in the middle of it Leg I Leg IV Relation = 100
  • B baumgarteni P ornata
  • Theraphosa apophysis
  • P antinous E pachypus
  • Poecilotheria fasciata spermathecae

Videos

  • ***ing a tarantula (so confused) So I make a gamble, I bought this female Brachypelma Boehmei (according to the owner) for $75. He told me that this girl is around 5-6 yrs of age which is around 4-5 1/2 inches. I uploaded this video for you guys to help me to determine if it is a confirmed female (PLEASE FEMALE!) because the way the video shows I see a little vent or something (may be spermathecae?) between the booklungs and I notice that most of the youtube uploaders are always mentioning this "spermathecae" which I'm a little bit familiar with the looks of it but still I'm so confused. Any help will do! And I will appreciate a lot! Please female!!!!! I make a gamble to buy her because I do really love brachypelma species.
  • Aphonopelma hentzi mating pair, first encounter This is the first encounter with my Oklahoma Brown Tarantula female and a recently found adult male. (He's getting released after one more date with this rather healthy female I have here) Some real high flying action here with her ending up completely off the ground in a splendid "Flying T"!!! Quite exciting and beautiful if you ask me! Notice the clear attempt as the male "drums" on her epigastric furrow with his palpi. No real good look at the embolus but I still believe we had a successful mating. I had just come home from an unsuccessful attempt with the same male and a female I have at work (I work in a zoo) where the female merely gave him the "cold shoulder". So, I was thrilled to see that this date went so well. I wasn't too set to film this however, I didn't have enough access to the tank, my apologies for some camera difficulties, but you can clearly see a lot going here. Notice how the female seems to "take over" after the actual mating. She totally rules over him as he cowers. I almost thought that they might have another go at it but then I could tell that he was "done" and removed him. I'll try once more at the zoo with the other female and one more session here at home before this old "stud" gets returned to the wild to finish his life. The male is in his final stage of life at this point (the final instar or moult, made obvious by the appearance of tibial "hooks" on the two foremost legs. These are for mating and hold back the female tarantula's fangs ...
  • ***ing a tarantula 2 (so confused) So I make a gamble, I bought this female Brachypelma Boehmei (according to the owner) for $75. He told me that this girl is around 5-6 yrs of age which is around 4-5 1/2 inches. I uploaded this video for you guys to help me to determine if it is a confirmed female (PLEASE FEMALE!) because the way the video shows I see a little vent or something (may be spermathecae?) between the booklungs and I notice that most of the youtube uploaders are always mentioning this "spermathecae" which I'm a little bit familiar with the looks but still I'm so confused. Any help will do! And I will appreciate a lot! Please female!!!!! I make a gamble to buy her because I do really love brachypelma species. I just want to confirm HER ***. Thank you very much!
  • Brachypelma boehmei or baumgarteni? What do you think it is? She is now 5" DLS. Metatarsal "Swoosh" mark is much less evident now, though they were more prominent before her molt. Her spermathecae more closely resembles that of a baumgarteni. Although she is already 5" her carapace still resembles a boehmei's. I've seen pics of younger baumgarteni's with the carapace already prominently black. She clearly has deep red knees, with less intense legs, which I'm told is a baumgarteni characteristic. What do I call this one?