Definitions

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  • n. inflammation of the epididymis

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. Inflammation of the epididymis, one of the common results of gonorrhea.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. In pathology, inflammation of the epididymis.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. painful inflammation of the epididymis

Etymologies

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epididymis +‎ -itis (“inflammation”)

Examples

  • If they continue traveling to the epididymis the small gland located on top of each testicle, an infection called epididymitis results.

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  • In the best case scenario it is epididymitis, which is an infection in the epididymis of the testicle.

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  • Prolonged exposure to the disease may arise to various health problems such as epididymitis in men, and Pelvic

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  • I went to the doctor and he said it is "epididymitis".

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  • A surgeon friend suggested epididymitis, an inflammation of the spermatic duct.

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  • In men it can cause urethritis with possible infection of the ductus deferens and the testicles (epididymitis).

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  • (A salpingitis has the same effect in causing sterility in the female as has an epididymitis in the male.)

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  • If it does contain a normal number of lively, rapidly moving spermatozoa, the man is fertile, regardless of whether he ever had epididymitis or not.

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  • Although in children the course of the disease exhibits many peculiarities, the general results are much the same as in adults, viz., pain, orchitis and epididymitis with atrophy, cystitis, &c.; and in girls, more especially peritonitis.

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  • The pounded bark is applied locally in orchitis and epididymitis.

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