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Encyclopedia > Vestibular bulbs

The Vestibular Bulbs, also known as the Clitoral Bulbs, are an internal part of the Clitoris next to the clitoral body, clitoral crura, urethra, urethral sponge, and vagina. A womans clitoris extends from the visible portion to a point below the pubic bone. ... The clitoral body is an internal portion of the clitoris. ... The clitoral crura are an internal portion of the clitoris. ... Female anatomy In anatomy, the urethra is a tube which connects the urinary bladder to the outside of the body. ... Female internal reproductive anatomy The urethral sponge is a spongy cushion of tissue, found in the lower genital area of women, that sits against both the pubic bone and vaginal wall, and surrounds the urethra. ... Complete external female genital anatomy Human female internal reproductive anatomy. ...


They are to the left and right of the urethra, urethral sponge, and vagina.


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Vestibular bulbs (570 words)
The vestibular bulbs are homologous to the bulb of penis and adjoining part of the corpus cavernosum urethrae of the male, and consists of two elongated masses of erectile tissue, placed one on either side of the vaginal orifice and united to each other in front by a narrow median band termed the pars intermedia.
Their posterior ends are expanded and are in contact with the greater vestibular glands; their anterior ends are tapered and joined to one another by the pars intermedia; their deep surfaces are in contact with the inferior fascia of the urogenital diaphragm; superficially they are covered by the Bulbocavernosus.
Vestibular bulbs) • Vagina (Bartholin's glands, Bartholin's ducts, Skene's glands, Skene's ducts, Fossa of vestibule of vagina, Vaginal fornix, Hymen)
Female Genital Anatomy (4041 words)
The paired, so-called vestibular (vaginal) bulbs of erectile tissue, which have normally been illustrated on either side of the vagina practically as if in the labia minora, are actually closely applied anteriorly on either side of the urethra.
They observed that the bilateral vestibular bulbs unite ventral to the urethral orifice to form a thin strand of spongiosus erectile tissue connection (pars intermedia) that ends into the clitoris as the glans.
The bilateral vestibular bulbs unite ventral to the urethral orifice to form a thin strand of spongiosus erectile tissue connection (pars intermedia) that ends into the clitoris as the glans.
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