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glomus

[′glō·məs]
(anatomy)
A fold of the mesothelium arising near the base of the mesentery in the pronephros and containing a ball of blood vessels.
A prominent portion of the choroid plexus of the lateral ventricle of the brain.
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(7) Conversely, vasectomy has been done externally by using standard surgical procedures in those species possessing seminal glomera. (1,5,6)
In many species of passerine birds (9) and in the budgerigar, (10) the caudal portion of the ductus deferens forms a paired, convoluted structure that denominates the seminal glomera, (9) located on the lateral lower section of the abdomen.