mons pubis

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mons pubis

the fatty cushion of flesh in human males situated over the junction of the pubic bones

mons pubis

[′mänz ′pyü·bəs]
(anatomy)
The eminence of the lower anterior abdominal wall above the superior rami of the pubic bones.
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The wide gap between the head and heart lines shows a great sense of humour but the slender fingers and narrow Mount of Venus reveal a lack of interest in physical activities.
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The Mount of Venus is usually raised, the bases of fingers are thick.