Bartholin Bar·tho·lin (bär’tl-ĭn, -thə-lĭn), Caspar. 1585-1629.
Danish anatomist and physician who was the first to describe Bartholin’s glands of the vagina.
They are called bartholin’s glands; occasionally they become inflamed and give a good deal of trouble.
Woman William J. Robinson
bartholin’s management of squint-eyed people is founded on the same principles.
Lachesis Lapponica Carl von Linn
The glands of bartholin also begin to secrete in sexually immature girls, and even in children.
The Sexual Life of the Child Albert Moll
- Bartholin’s gland
either of two small, oval, mucus-secreting glands, one on each side of the base of the vagina. Bartholin’s gland n. See greater vestibular gland.
- Bartholin’s cyst
bartholin’s cyst Bartholin’s cyst Bar·tho·lin’s cyst (bär’tl-ĭnz, -thə-lĭnz) n. A vaginal cyst arising from the greater vestibular gland or from its ducts.
- Bartholin’s duct
bartholin’s duct Bartholin’s duct n. See major sublingual duct.
- Bartholin’s glands
either of two small, oval, mucus-secreting glands, one on each side of the base of the vagina. plural noun (anatomy) two small reddish-yellow glands, one on each side of the vaginal orifice, that secrete a mucous lubricating substance during sexual stimulation in females Compare Cowper’s glands Bartholin’s gland n. See greater vestibular gland.