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clitoral

pertaining to or emanating from the clitoris.

clitoral hypertrophy
may occur in Cushing's syndrome as a result of increased androgens produced by a hyperplastic or neoplastic adrenal cortex.
clitoral sinus
three to five of these cavities invade the glans of the clitoris in the mare; are the site of infection in contagious metritis in this species and require the excision of the clitoris for importation into some countries.
clitoral sinusectomy
ablation of the clitoral sinus, e.g. of mares as a treatment for contagious equine metritis.
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Clitoral sensation was evaluated in these women using a GenitoSensory Analyzer, a vaginal and clitoral probe that can be adjusted to reach various temperatures to assess thermal sensitivity.
Since the late 1970s, female CAH infants often have been given feminizing surgery to reduce clitoral size, and "normalize" their genitalia, but little has been documented about the effect of this surgery on their sexual function as adults, Dr.
A traditional religion offering charitable clitoral repair may be more palatable for Ms.
CLITORAID was founded by Rael, leader of the Raelian Movement, with the goal of offering clitoral repair surgery to all FGM victims who want it.
In childhood, Mariame and millions of other women were forced to endure the ancestral tradition of clitoral cutting, an act of extreme cruelty typically performed on little girls by female relatives.
They also draw intriguing links to the uneven constitutional protection for sex toys, which "facilitate the clitoral stimulation that Masters and Johnson identified as so important for women's sexual pleasure.
after vaginal delivery or for increased pleasure for men), vaginal rejuvenation, hymen reconstruction, hymen repair (for restoration of virginity), (3,4) clitoral lift, clitoral hood reduction, clitoral repositioning, breast reduction, breast augmentation, breast lifting, liposuction, and abdominoplasty (tummy tuck).
The present study of 174 female university students (mean age 25 years) focused on the occurrence of post-orgasmic clitoral hypersensitivity which we hypothesized would parallel the post-orgasmic penile glans sensitivity reported in men.
And it sure worked: "I was feeling more clitoral sensation, a heightened sense of arousal and lubrication, abundant blood flow, and an extraordinarily intense orgasm," recalls Queen, the cofounder and director of San Francisco's Center for Sex and Culture.
Questionnaire-based studies, such as the Hite report on female sexuality in 1976, suggested 70 per cent of women do not have orgasms through penetrative sex alone, but climax easily as a result of direct clitoral stimulation.