The vulva plural vulvas or vulvae; derived from Latin for wrapper or covering consists of the external female sex organs. The vulva includes the mons pubis or mons veneris , labia majora , labia minora , clitoris , vestibular bulbs , vulval vestibule , urinary meatus , the vaginal opening , and Bartholin's and Skene's vestibular glands. The urinary meatus is also included as it opens into the vulval vestibule. Other features of the vulva include the pudendal cleft, sebaceous glands , the urogenital triangle anterior part of the perineum , and pubic hair. The vulva includes the entrance to the vagina , which leads to the uterus , and provides a double layer of protection for this by the folds of the outer and inner labia. Pelvic floor muscles support the structures of the vulva.
12 Things You Should Definitely Know About Your Clit
12 Things You Should Definitely Know About Your Clit | Women's Health
The present study is an attempt to review literature on etiology, clinical presentation, diagnosis, pathogenesis and treatment strategies of clit oral cancer. The review emphasizes on different etiological factors represented by clinical presentations, such as infective organisms, circumcision, infibulation, clitoromegaly, priapism, vulvar cancers, ovarian cancers, mixed gonadal dysgenesis, metastasis from cancers of distant organs adrenal glands, urinary bladder and rectal cancer , neurofibromatosis and other etiologies of tumors growing on clitoris. The diagnostic approach and pathology are interwoven on different aspects of clinical findings. The treatment strategies, including clitoridectomy, clitoroplasty, vulvectomy, lymphadenectomy, CO 2 -laser treatment, laser vaporization, combined roentgenotherapy, deep x-ray irradiation and treatment for mixed gonadal dysgenesis are reviewed. This review demonstrates that there is an imperative need for more work related with case reports and review articles on malignancies of clitoris.
Management of the enlarged clitoris, because of its import for sexual function, has been and remains one of the most controversial topics in pediatric urology. Early controversy surrounding clitoroplasty resulted from many factors including an incomplete understanding of clitoral anatomy and incorrect assumptions of the role of the clitoris in sexual function. With a better understanding of anatomy and function, procedures have evolved to preserve clitoral tissue, especially with respect to the neurovascular bundles.
Vulvar varicosity is a relatively common venous disorder in women with varicose veins of the pelvis and lower extremities and in pregnant women, but there is little information in the medical literature concerning its diagnosis and management. The aim of this study was to describe our experience with women with vulvar varicosities who were examined and treated at our center during — Patients were divided into two groups: group 1 with 61 women with varicose veins of the pelvis and enlarged vulvar veins, and group 2 with 40 pregnant women 11—38 weeks of pregnancy with vulvar varicosities. In most cases, vulvar varicosities were able to be diagnosed at clinical examination.