vaginal orifice


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vag·i·nal or·i·fice

[TA]
the narrowest portion of the canal, in the floor of the vestibule posterior to the urethral orifice.

vag·i·nal or·i·fice

(vaj'i-năl ōr'i-fis) [TA]
The narrowest portion of the canal, in the floor of the vestibule posterior to the urethral orifice.
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The operator inserts a pediatric laryngoscope into the vaginal vestibule, pressing the rear with the left hand to light the surgery field to see the vaginal orifice clearly.
The patients had 148 affected parts: 47 at the urethral orifice, 23 at the penis body, 20 at the foreskin, 20 at the glans penis, 16 at the coronal sulcus, 12 at the frenulum, 8 at the labia majora and 2 at the vaginal orifice.
Episiotomy, the surgical enlargement of the vaginal orifice by an incision of the perineum during the last part of the second stage of labour is one of the most commonly performed surgical procedures in the world, particularly for nulliparous women.
From the 60 days until the end of gestation it was observed the formation of the labia, fusion of urogenital folds with perineum dividing the anal orifice from the external vaginal orifice, and, the formation of the vaginal closure membrane.
Nevertheless, a little clear liquid discharged from a needle eye-like opening between urethral and vaginal orifice (Fig.
A 9 year old cow was presented with history of hanging mass from vaginal orifice.
Type III: Infibulation: narrowing of the vaginal orifice with creation of a covering seal by cutting and appositioning the labia minora and/or labia majora with or without excision of the clitoris (infibulations)
Married women practice recircumcision to tighten the vaginal orifice for the pleasure of the husband or else, as claimed, to beautify their external genitalia.
All I am asking you is, once the baby leaves the mother's birth canal and is through the vaginal orifice and is in the hands of the obstetrician, you would agree that you cannot abort, kill the baby?
Physical examination revealed a phenotypic female with a slender body, poor mammary gland development, an infantile vulva, no pubic hair, and a normal-appearing vaginal orifice and vestibule.
The present complaint of growth over the vulval region was noticed by the patient four months ago as a small growth on the anterior part of the vaginal orifice which gradually increased and attained the present size covering the whole of the vulva.