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glans

 [glanz] (pl. glan´des) (L.)
a small, rounded mass or glandlike body.
glans clito´ridis the erectile tissue on the free end of the clitoris.
glans pe´nis the cap-shaped expansion of the corpus spongiosum at the end of the penis.

glans

, pl.

glan·des

(glanz, glan'dēz), [TA]
A conic or acorn-shaped structure.
[L. acorn]

glans

(glanz) pl. glan´des   [L.] a small, rounded mass or glandlike body.
glans clito´ridis , glans of clitoris erectile tissue on the free end of the clitoris.
glans pe´nis  the cap-shaped expansion of the corpus spongiosum at the end of the penis.

glans

(glănz)
n. pl. glandes (glăn′dēz)
1. The glans penis.
2. The glans clitoridis.

glans

[glanz] pl. glandes
Etymology: L, acorn
1 a general term for a small rounded mass or a glandlike body.
2 erectile tissue, as on the ends of the clitoris and the penis.

glans

The flared cap of the penis which, in the normal uncircumcised penis, is covered by the foreskin when the penis is not erect.

glans

, pl. glandes (glanz, glan'dēz) [TA]
A conic acorn-shaped structure.
[L. acorn]

glans

The acorn-shaped bulb at the end of the penis or the small piece of erectile tissue at the tip of the CLITORIS. From the Latin word glans , an acorn.

Glans

The cone-shaped tip of the penis.
Mentioned in: Circumcision, Phimosis

glans

, pl. glandes (glanz, glan'dēz) [TA]
A conic or acorn-shaped structure.
[L. acorn]

glans

pl. glandes [L.] a small, rounded mass or glandlike body.

glans clitoridis
the erectile tissue on the free end of the clitoris.
glans penis
the cap-shaped expansion of the corpus spongiosum at the end of the penis.