The clitoral crura are an internal portion of the clitoris. They are shaped like an inverted "V", and are connected to the clitoral body. Jump to: navigation, search A womans clitoris extends from the visible portion to a point below the pubic bone. ... Jump to: navigation, search The clitoral body is an internal portion of the clitoris. ...
The shaft is a membranous cord nestled under the prepuce (clitoral hood) and extending under the pubic symphysis.
The clitoris bends back (what some call the "clitoral knee," though it is not a joint) and divides into two crura, or "legs," which extend about 3 inches away from the shaft and attach to the pelvic bones.
Two bundles of erectile tissue project from between the junction of the crura and the clitoral shaft.
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