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Human spermatozoa pathology - Two tails (EM)

Scanning electron micrograph of a dysplasia of the fibrous sheath (DFS) in human spermatozoa. Note the two thick, irregular and very short tails (length less than 10 μm, normal 50–60 μm).


Links: EM pathologies | EM two tail pathology | Spermatozoa Development

Reference

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