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My Summary Obstetrics And Gynecology Anatomy

Recurrent Bartholin’s Abscess/Cyst = Adenocarcinoma

The Vestibule of the Vagina is between the Labia Minoras

The female Clitoris = Male Penis (Both are derived from the Genital Tubercle)

Tubercle = Prominence/Nodule/Outgrowth (The Penis/Clitoris are Prominences)

Bartholin's Gland
Also Greater Vestibu

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