Paraurethral-gland



[par-uh-yoo-ree-thruh l] /ˌpær ə yʊˈri θrəl/

noun
1.
any of a group of vestigial glands located in the posterior wall of the urethra in women.

paraurethral gland n.
Any of several small mucus glands that deliver secretions into the female urethra near its opening.

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