Hymen | anatomy | Britannica - Himen vaginal

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The hymen is a thin piece of mucosal tissue that surrounds or partially covers the external vaginal opening. For the village, see Himen, Iran. For other uses, see​. Hymen: a thin membrane that surrounds the opening to the vagina. Hymens can come in different shapes. The most common hymen in young.

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By Kigam - 02:23
The opening (vaginal orifice) is partially covered by the labia majora.​ Running along the sides of the vestibule are two elongated bodies of erectile tissue known as the bulb of the vestibule.​ The hymen vaginae lies at the opening of the vagina: it is a thin fold of mucous membrane.
By Tezilkree - 17:20
First, the facts: The hymen is a thin membrane, typically crescent-shaped, that stretches across some or all of the vaginal opening. Besides.
By Mikaktilar - 14:26
The hymen is a thin membrane that covers the opening to the vagina. Hymenal tags are outgrowths of extra hymen tissue. These tags usually.

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