Bartholin's glands

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Bartholin's glands

[′bärt·əl·ənz ‚glanz]
(anatomy)
Two pea-sized glands located on each side of the labia minora that secrete a lubricating fluid upon sexual arousal.
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The tubular variant of adenoid cystic carcinoma of the Bartholin's gland.
1,2] The majority of cases reported in the literature arise from Bartholin's glands.
Even when both Bartholin's glands are destroyed other glands in the vagina are capable of secreting adequate amounts of lubricants.
You can pinpoint this in virtually every case of vestibulitis, and the Bartholin's glands seem to be the most frequently affected," Dr.