vestibular bulb

vestibular bulb

One of the two sacculated collections of veins, lying on either side of the vagina beneath the bulbocavernosus muscle, connected anteriorly by the pars intermedia, and through this strip of cavernous tissue communicating with the erectile tissue of the clitoris. The vestibular bulbs are the homologues of the male corpus spongiosum. Injury during labor may give rise to troublesome bleeding.
See: Bartholin's gland; vagina; vestibule of vagina
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It also found that when female erectile organs like the clitoris, vestibular bulbs and pars intermedia, which is a band that connects the vestibular bulbs, are stimulated, women experience an orgasm.