Anatomy > Gray's Anatomy of the Human Body > XI. Splanchnology > 3d. The Female Genital Organs
Henry Gray (1821–1865). Anatomy of the Human Body. 1918.
3d. The Female Genital Organs
(Organa Genitalia Muliebria)
The female genital organs consist of an internal and an external group. The internal organs are situated within the pelvis, and consist of the ovaries the uterine tubes the uterus and the vagina The external organs are placed below the urogenital diaphragm and below and in front of the pubic arch. They comprise the mons pubis the labia majora et minora pudendi the clitoris the bulbus vestibuli and the greater vestibular glands
FIG. 1161– Uterus and right broad ligament, seen from behind. The broad ligament has been spread out and the ovary drawn downward. (Picture From the Classic Gray's Anatomy)
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