Caution should be taken, however, because benign conditions, such as tunnel clusters, laminar endocervical hyperplasia, and mesonephric
duct hyperplasia, may also show crowded, confluent growth; however, such lesions are usually circumscribed and lack the cytologic features of malignancy.
adenocarcinoma is a rare tumour which originates from mesonephric
Nephrogenic adenoma has also been referred to as mesonephric
adenoma/metaplasia, adenomatoid tumour, and adenomatoid metaplasia .
Seminal vesicle cysts with unilateral renal agenesis and contralateral ureteral stenosis in a [beta]-thalassemic patient: an unknown association by incomplete development of the mesonephric
Here's a sample entry: "Wolffian ducts: also called mesonephric
ducts; paired ducts that develop during vertebrate development; in human males, they give rise to the vasa deferentia, and in human females, they are relatively undeveloped.
The histogenesis of AT has been a matter of debate for many years with the proposed cells of origin being endothelial, mesothelial, mesonephric
, mullerian and epithelial (8).
In humans, SV development begins from the mesonephric
(or Wolffian) duct at approximately 12 weeks of fetal age, and morphogenesis of the SV depends on fetal testicular androgens (Risbridger and Taylor 2006).
5 day of gestation in mice from Mesonephric
endothelial cells [8,34].
It is generally accepted that the developmental origin of the EDs in rodents is the proximal mesonephric
tubules (Linder, 1971; Marshall et al.
The other ends of these tubules drain into bilateral (one on each side) mesonephric
ducts that empty into the cloaca, also known as the urogenital sinus.
In the mesonephric
kidneys the tubular connections with the coelom have been lost, and glomeruli are contained within the Bowman's capsule (Duellman and Trueb, 1994).
Migration of mesonephric
cells into the mammalian gonad depends on SRY.