preputial glands

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pre·pu·ti·al glands

[TA]
sebaceous glands of the corona and neck of the glans penis; produces a malodorous substance called smegma.

pre·pu·ti·al glands

(pre-pyū'shē-ăl glandz) [TA]
Sebaceous glands of the corona of the glans penis and inner surface of the prepuce, which produce a foul-smelling substance called smegma.

Tyson,

Edward, English anatomist, 1649-1708.
Tyson glands - sebaceous glands of the corona glandis and inner surface of the prepuce, which produce smegma. Synonym(s): preputial glands