Skene's gland

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Skene's gland

(skēnz) or

Skene gland

(skēn)
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Pathogen profile in men with inflammation of paraurethral glands. Sex Transm Infect 2014;90:52-4.
Testosterone maintains the mesonephric ducts and later causes the development of the accessory glands (seminal vesicle, prostate and paraurethral glands) and their connection to the urethra.
During sexual excitement, the urethral and perineal sponges become engorged and erect; the paraurethral glands and ducts in the urethral sponge fill with prostatic and other fluid which can be ejaculated through the urethra.