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Hymen Related Organs

The visible, covered, and hidden virginity related female organs.
The visible, covered, and hidden virginity related female organs. visible clitoral hood (latin: preputium clitoridis) covering clitoral glans - hidden in the mons pubis clitoral body – hidden by the lip (latin labium, plural: labia) clitoral leg (crus, plural: crura) – hidden by the lip clitoral vestibular bulb and greater vestibular gland (Bartholin's gland) – visible outer lip (latin: labium maius, plural: labia maiora) and inner lip (latin: labium minus, plural: labia minora) covering halat hymen and urinary opening (latin: meatus urethrae)
visible clitoral hood (Latin: preputium clitoridis) covering clitoral glans - hidden in the mons pubis clitoral body – hidden by the lip (Latin: labium, plural: labia) clitoral leg (crus, plural: crura) – hidden by the lip clitoral vestibular bulb and greater vestibular gland (Bartholin's gland) – visible outer lip (Latin: labium maius, plural: labia maiora) and inner lip (Latin: labium minus, plural: labia minora) covering halat hymen and urinary opening (Latin: meatus urethrae)

The visible, covered, and hidden virginity related female organs.
Normal anatomy of the clitoris, frontal view*
clitoris normal anatomy frontal view
pubic symphysis, suspensory ligament of the clitoris, veins of the clitoral bulb and deep veins of the clitoris, obturator membrane, ischiocavernosus muscle, urinary opening, urethral carina of vagina, vaginal opening, vessels of the clitoral bulb, deep and superficial bundles of the bulbospongiosus muscle, superficial transverse perineal muscle, levator ani muscle, Bartholin's gland, deep transverse perineal muscle, opening of the Bartholin's duct, hymenal remnants, left clitoral bulb, median band linking clitoral bulbs, left leg of the clitoris, perineal margin of the pubic bone, head (glans) of the clitoris, shaft of the clitoris
The visible, covered, and hidden virginity related female organs.
Normal anatomy of the clitoris, side view.*clitoris normal anatomy side view
adipose tissue (body fat) of the pubic mound, pubic bone, suspensory ligament of the clitoris, dorsal vessels of the clitoris, left leg of the clitoris, shaft of the clitoris, wrapping of the clitoris, head (glans) of the clitoris, erectile tissue of the clitoris, double door to the vestibule of the vagina: large (outer lip), small (inner) lip, Skene's gland (also known as the lesser vestibular gland, periurethral gland, paraurethral gland, and female prostate), clitoral bulb (also known as vestibular bulb), Bartholin's gland (also know as the greater vestibular gland), vagina, rectum, external anal sphincter

* Source of illustration which has been modified: Atlas of Human Anatomy by Sinielnikov RD, Sinielnikov YR