lesser vestibular glands

(redirected from glandulae vestibulares minores)

less·er ves·tib·u·lar glands

[TA]
a number of minute mucous glands opening on the surface of the vestibule between the orifices of the vagina and urethra.
Glands which are rarely seen in human females, but well-studied in rodents, and homologous to the prostate. Skene’s glands may contain psammoma bodies, and if enlarged, require transurethral resection

less·er ves·tib·u·lar glands

(les'ĕr ves-tib'yŭ-lăr glandz) [TA]
Minute mucous glands opening on the surface of the vestibule between the orifices of the vagina and urethra.