labia minora(redirected from Inner labia)
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The two thin inner folds of skin within the vestibule of the vagina enclosed within the cleft of the labia majora; nymphae.
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labia minoraThe smaller inner folds of the labia (the mucocutaneous tissue that comprise the outer portal of the vagina).
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la·bi·a mi·no·ra(lā'bē-ă mi-nō'ră)
Plural of labium minus.
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Minor lips; narrow folds of tissue between the labia major, on either side of the urethral and vaginal openings.
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