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Covering

Covering

a surrounding layer; something that covers or encloses, forming an outer layer.

See: tunica.

coverings of spermatic cord, coverings of the spermatic cord, including external and internal spermatic fasciae, and cremasteric muscle and fascia.

Synonym: tunicae funiculi spermatici.


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