paraurethral ducts

(redirected from ductus paraurethrales)

par·a·u·re·thral ducts

[TA]
inconstant ducts along the side of the female urethra that convey the mucoid secretion of urethral glands to the vestibule.

par·a·u·re·thral ducts

(par'ă-yū-rē'thrăl dŭkts) [TA]
Inconstant ducts along the side of the female urethra that convey the mucoid secretion of the female urethral glands to the vestibule.

Schüller,

Karl H.L.A. Max, German surgeon, 1843-1907.
Schüller ducts - inconstant ducts along the side of the female urethra that convey the mucoid secretion of Skene glands to the vestibule. Synonym(s): paraurethral ducts

Skene,

Alexander J.C., U.S. gynecologist, 1838-1900.
ducts of Skene glands - inconstant ducts along the side of the female urethra that convey the mucoid secretion of Skene glands to the vestibule. Synonym(s): paraurethral ducts
Skene glands - numerous mucous glands in the wall of the female urethra. Synonym(s): glands of the female urethra
Skene tubules - the embryonic urethral glands that are the female homologue of the prostate.