glands of the female urethra

urethral glands of female

[TA]
numerous mucous glands in the wall of the female urethra.

glands of the fe·male u·re·thra

(glandz fē'māl yūr-ē'thră)
Numerous mucous glands in the wall of the female urethra.

Guérin,

Alphonse F.M., French surgeon, 1816-1895.
Guérin fold - Synonym(s): Guérin valve
Guérin fracture - a fracture of the facial bones. Synonym(s): horizontal fracture; Le Fort I fracture;
Guérin glands - Synonym(s): glands of the female urethra
Guérin sinus - a cul-de-sac or diverticulum behind the valve of the navicular fossa.
Guérin valve - a fold of mucous membrane sometimes found in the root of the navicular fossa of the urethra. Synonym(s): Guérin fold; valve of navicular fossa

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.