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Bartholin's ducts are a pair of ducts leading from the Bartholin's glands to the surface of the vulva.
Additional recommended knowledge
It is claimed that the two external openings of the Bartholin's ducts are often invisible to the naked human eye.
The major sublingual duct is also known as "Bartholin's duct."
- ^ Bartholin's duct (Caspar Bartholin the Younger) at Who Named It
|Female reproductive system|
|Follicles/Folliculogenesis||corpus (hemorrhagicum, luteum, albicans) • Theca folliculi (externa, interna) • Follicular antrum (Follicular fluid) • Corona radiata • Zona pellucida • Membrana granulosa (Granulosa cells)|
|Ovaries/Oogenesis||Germinal epithelium • Tunica albuginea • cortex (Cumulus oophorus, Stroma) • Medulla|
|Fallopian tubes||Isthmus • Ampulla • Infundibulum • Fimbria|
|Ligaments||Broad (components: Mesovarium, Mesosalpinx, Mesometrium contents: Round of uterus, Proper of ovary) • Suspensory of ovary • Cardinal|
|Uterus||cervix/neck (External orifice - Canal of the cervix, Internal orifice) • corpus/body (Cavity of the body, Fundus) • layers (Endometrium, Myometrium, Perimetrium)|
|Vulva/mons pubis||Labium: commissures (Anterior • Posterior) • Frenulum labiorum pudendi • Labia majora • Cleft of venus • Labia minora • Vulval vestibule • interlabial sulci
Clitoris: Vestibular bulbs • Clitoral crura • Corpus cavernosa • Clitoral glans (Frenulum, Hood)
Vagina: vestibular glands/ducts (Bartholin's glands/Bartholin's ducts, Skene's glands/Skene's ducts) • Fossa of vestibule of vagina • Vaginal fornix • Hymen • Orifice
|Vestiges||Wolffian (Gartner's duct, Epoophoron, Paroöphoron) • Canal of Nuck|
|Other||G-spot • Urethral sponge|
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