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vulva

the external genitals of human females, including the labia, mons veneris, clitoris, and the vaginal orifice

vulva

[′vəl·və]
(anatomy)
The external genital organs of women.
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Through a wholistic practitioner I met another V woman who was researching vulvodynia and we organised an afternoon tea for women with vulval pain, advertising the event with health practitioners.
Women are often taught the only cause of vulval itching is 'thrush' and when seeing patients in clinic many have had months of inappropriate treatment.
HIV-infected patients are at an increased risk of developing vulval cancer.
The presenter had decided to do the programme because she became convinced that dissatisfaction with vulval appearance is becoming widespread.
Spot urine samples were also taken at the beginning, middle and end of the experiment by vulval stimulation and analyzed for total nitrogen content by the Kjeldahl method.
Video pieces drew the viewer into a world of vulval splendor, including: Zen Pussy, by sexual artiste Annie Sprinkle; Viva la Vulva, by Betty Dodson; and Vagina De/ReConstructia, by the subRosa Collective.
When possible, we classified moose based on presence of vulval patch, antlers, and size of dewlap.
Instead of the single vulval rose snatched from the protesting female in the earlier lyric, these flowers are multiple; they too have amorous mouths--though this simile started as a description of Iseult's limbs
Efficacy of a quadrivalent prophylactic human papillomavirus (types 6, 11, 16, and 18) L1 virus-like-particle vaccine against high-grade vulval and vaginal lesions: a combined analysis of three randomized clinical trials.
Efficacy of a quadrivalent prophylactic human papillomavirus (types 6,11,16, and 18) L1 virus-like-particle vaccine against high-grade vulval and vaginal lesions: A combined analysis of three randomised clinical trials.
Female epigynum structures: fertilization ducts (FD), middle field (MF), transverse piece (TP), spermathecae (SP), vulval chambers (VC).
HPV is also the leading cause of vaginal and vulval cancers, which have even lower overall survival rates than cervical cancer.