Nadezhda Gladkova

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In 18 immature guinea pigs both sides of the vasa efferentia were ligated; 18 control animals were not altered. The ligation did not prevent the formation in mature animals of active spermatogenesis in the majority of seminiferous tubules, but did cause a reduction in the number of layers of seminiferous epithelium in some, and atrophy of the epididymis(More)
Partial decrease of venous drainage from the left testis in male rats induced development of destructive changes in the seminiferous epithelium at the site of operation and in the contralateral organ. Spermatogenesis disturbances in the rat testes (focal desquamation of seminiferous epithelium, disorganization and degeneration of germ cells, devastation of(More)