A Reproductive Lexicon


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Skene's gland

Skene's glands, also known as paraurethral glands, are found in females and are the counterpart to the prostate in males. They are tubular glands found in the upper vagina and are adjacent to the urethra. They drain fluid into the urethra and urethral opening.