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CCC - Maternal Child Nursing (Chapters 5,9,33,34)

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fatty pad that lies over the anterior surface of the symphysis pubis mons pubis
two rounded folds of fatty tissue covered with skin that extend downward and backward from the mons pubis labia majora
two flat, reddish folds of tissue visible when the labia majora are separated labia minora
an almond-shaped area enclosed by the labia minora that contains openings to the urethra, skene glands, vagina, and bartholin glands vaginal vestibule
located on each side of the urethra and produce mucas, which aids in lubrication of the vagina skene glands
the hoodlike covering of the clitoris prepuce
the fold of tissue under the clitoris frenulum
the labia minora join to form a thin, flat tissue underneath the vaginal opening at midline fourchette
lie under the constrictor muscles of the vagina and are located posteriorly on the sides of the vaginal opening, secrete clear mucus to lubricate the vaginal introitus bartholin glands
Created by: cjone102