Skene's glands | definition of Skene's glands by Medical dictionary
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Etymology: Alexander J.C. Skene, American gynecologist, 1838-1900
the largest of the glands opening into the urethra of women. They contain ducts that open immediately within the urethral orifice.
These are the glands of the female urethra.
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The Bartholin's and Skene's glands
were without lesion, as was the external urethral meatus.
The source of urinary PSA is probably a local production (through the periurethral Skene's glands
, the kidney and urachal structures, and the urothelium lining the bladder neck and trigone) [8, 12, 13].
Also buried in the flesh of the alleged G-Spot are the Skene's glands
, the female equivalent of the prostate.
One other thought strikes me: there is a pair of glands called Skene's glands
at the entrance to the vagina that secrete lubrication.