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Vag/Cervix Anatomy

Cervix and Vagina Anatomy for path Lec

Vulva normal histology ? * stratified squamous epithelium ..... * Lab. Minora and Maj = have abundant sebaceous glands ..... * Vestibule has: Greater vestibular glands (Bartholin’s glands)
How we get accessory nipples ? * failure of the mammary line to regress fully.... * , ectopic mammary glands (remnants in vulva=papillary hidradenoma)
The mesonephric system normally regresses completely in women, what is it called if remnants remain within the mesovarium and/or on the wall of the vagina or uterus ? * Gartner's Cyst
Vagina normal histology = ? * stratified squamous epithelium and NO glands
Cervical issues = ? * columnar epithelium (produces mucus and have lots of glands)extends from endocervix to upper part of vagina, which is normally replaced with strat. squamous..... * If columnar epi remnants stay = vaginal adenosis
Created by: thamrick800