Gartner's duct


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Gartner's duct

one of two vestigial closed ducts, each parallel to a uterine tube.
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Congential diverticula may also exist in females and are attributed to congenital anomalies including Skene's gland cysts or an ectopic ureter draining into a Gartner's duct cyst.
Possible origins of these lesions include Bartholin's glands, sweat glands, ectopic breast tissue, paraurethral glands, sebaceous glands, minor vestibular glands, Gartner's duct remnants, foci of endometriosis, and misplaced cloacal remnants.
Other possible origins include sweat glands, ectopic breast tissue, paraurethral glands, sebaceous glands, minor vestibular glands, Gartner's duct remnants, foci of endometriosis, and misplaced cloacal remnants.