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Reference numberAP/41/2
LevelFile
TitleUnpublished paper, 'Note sur un organe, placé dans le cordon spermatique et dont l'existence n'a pas été signalée par les anatomistes' [Note on an organ, located in the spermatic cord, and whose existence has not been reported by the anatomists] by F Giraldès
CreatorGiraldès; F
Date1858
DescriptionGiraldès gives an account of certain tubular and vesicular bodies which he has discovered in the spermatic cord, and which he considers to be the remains of the Wolffian body of the embryo. The structures in question, which he proposes to designate collectively by the term 'Corps Innominé', form a small group situated behind the tunica vaginalis, between that membrane and the spermatic vessels, and extending usually from the head of the epididymis as high as the point where the membrane is reflected forwards from the cord; sometimes, however, reaching much higher up, or, on the other hand, being more concentrated in the neighbourhood of the epididymis.

Marked on front as 'Archives'. Includes seven plates of anatomical figures.

Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

Received 19 April 1858. Communicated by Benjamin Collins Brodie.

Whilst the Royal Society declined to publish this paper in full, an abstract of the paper was published in volume 9 of the Proceedings of the Royal Society as 'Note sur un organe, placé dans le cordon spermatique, et dont l'existence n'a pas été signalée par les anatomistes'.
LanguageFrench
Extent15p
FormatDrawing
Manuscript
Physical descriptionInk on paper
Access statusOpen
Related materialDOI: 10.1098/rspl.1857.0054
Related records in the catalogueRR/3/111
RR/3/112
RR/3/113
Fellows associated with this archive
CodeNameDates
NA8147Brodie; Sir; Benjamin Collins (1783 - 1862); surgeon1783 - 1862
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