Skene's ducts

Skene's ducts

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Latin = ductus paraurethrales urethrae femininae
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Caption = Skene's ducts not visible, but Skene's Gland labeled at center right

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The Skene's ducts are a pair of ducts leading from the Skene's glands to the surface of the vulva, to the left and right of the urethral opening.

Like the Skene's glands, they are named after Alexander Skene. [WhoNamedIt|synd|2037]


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