Cremasteric Crem`as*ter"ic (kr?m`3s-t?r"?k), a. (Anat.) Of or pertaining to the cremaster; as, the cremasteric artery. [1913 Webster]

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  • cremasteric — adj. (Anatomy) pertaining to the cremaster (muscle from which the testes are suspended) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • cremasteric — crem·as·ter·ic …   English syllables

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  • Cremasteric fascia — Latin fascia cremasterica Gray s subject #118 414 As the cremaster descends, it forms a series of loops which differ in thickness and length in different subjects. At the upper part of the cord the loops are short, but they become in succession… …   Wikipedia

  • Cremasteric reflex — The cremasteric reflex is a superficial reflex observed in human males. This reflex is elicited by lightly stroking the superior and medial (inner) part of the thigh.[1] The normal response is a contraction of the cremaster muscle that pulls up… …   Wikipedia

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  • cremasteric reflex — a superficial reflex in males elicited by stroking the inner side of the upper thigh with a sharp object. If the reflex is intact the scrotum on that side is pulled upwards as the cremaster muscle contracts. Absence or reduction of both… …   The new mediacal dictionary

  • cremasteric artery — arteria cremasterica …   Medical dictionary

  • cremasteric fascia — fascia cremasterica [TA] the thin covering of the spermatic cord formed by the investing fascia of the cremaster muscle; it is adjacent to the external surface of the internal spermatic fascia. Called also Cooper f …   Medical dictionary

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