Bartholin gland

Bartholin gland
glandula vestibularis major.

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  • Bartholin's gland — [bärt′ l inz, bär tō′linz] n. either of two small glands near the vaginal opening: during sexual excitement they secrete a mucous lubricating substance: see COWPER S GLAND …   English World dictionary

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  • Bartholin's gland — Bar·tho·lin s gland .bärt əl ənz , .bär thə lənz n either of two oval racemose glands lying one to each side of the lower part of the vagina and secreting a lubricating mucus called also gland of Bartholin, greater vestibular gland compare COWPER …   Medical dictionary

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