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Fig. 445. The process of vaginalis peritoneai the testis and epididymis in the interior

After a fresh preparation. (Anatomical Collection in Basel)

Skin and muscles, penis, and part of the scrotum are removed and in the area of the abdomen leaving only the peritoneum. This is the Departure of the processus vaginalis peritonaei visible. The Plexus pampini- formis is pulled aside by a hook and is not of the processus enclosed vaginalis.

Moves to the median plane down behind the peritoneum the vas deferens descends into the pelvis and the bladder and the umbilical artery up to the navel.



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(Handatlas der entwicklungsgeschichte des menschen)

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Reference

Kollmann JKE. Atlas of the Development of Man (Handatlas der entwicklungsgeschichte des menschen). (1907) Vol.1 and Vol. 2. Jena, Gustav Fischer. (1898).



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Fig. 445. Der Processus vasinaiis peritonaei mit dem Hoden und Nebenhoden

im Innern.

Nach einem frischen Präparat. (Anatomische Sammlung in Basel)


Haut und Muskulatur, Penis und ein Teil des Scrotums sind entfernt und im Gebiet des Unterbauches nur das Peritoneum belassen. Dadurch wird die Abgangsstelle des Processus vaginaHs peritonaei sichtbar. Der Plexus pampini- formis ist durch einen Hacken bei Seite gezogen und ist nicht von dem Processus vaginalis umschlossen. Nach der Medianebene hin zieht hinter dem Peritonaeum das Vas deferens ins Becken hinab; die Arteria umbilicalis und die Harnblase nach dem Nabel hinauf.

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