genitalia


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genitalia

[‚jen·ə′tāl·yə]
(anatomy)
The organs of reproduction, especially those which are external.
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orites, the genitalia of these two are similar or identical to C.
After examining the girls' genitalia while they were under general anesthesia, the researchers concluded that 33 of the 44 would require additional major vaginal surgery and 10 others would need dilator therapy to further enlarge their vaginas.
Although this may perhaps not be logically consistent with the notion of a homology of penis and uterus, Renaissance disquisitions on human genitalia also tend to point to a correspondence between penis and clitoris.
This species closely resembles Stachyotis epichrysa but can be distinguished from the latter in having the forewings with narrower subbasal, antemedian, and postmedian lines and a dark yellowish brown, semicircular patch along the terminal area; the male genitalia with shorter posterior processes on the uncus and upper apical portion of the valva tapering.
He cooked the genitalia himself as he was supervised by a chef.
In contrast, genitalia often have remarkably low slopes (Eberhard et al.
A woman who was at the house that day told agents later that Bertrang removed parts of her genitalia, according to the affidavit.
postmediana are well-expressed in the configuration of male genitalia.
The finding could help diagnose cases of ambiguous genitalia, New Scientist reported.
The 22-year-old said: "I'd compare Simon's genitalia to broccoli and Duncan's to, well, a marrow.
Eve Lincoln states, "I date people not genders, not bodies with certain genitalia, [but] strictly people with whom I feel a connection and to whom I am attracted.
Unfortunate Sir Winston Churchill - who is not a character in the play - gets stripped of everything but his genitalia, and the playwright wraps things up in a fusion of Oscar Wilde-ian invention.