Tyson's gland

Tyson's gland

[′tī·sənz ‚gland]
(anatomy)
A small scent gland in the human male which secretes the smegma. Also known as preputial gland.
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Case reports of gonorrheal infection of Tyson's gland have documented infection with and without symptoms of urethritis.
* Periurethral abscess results when an infected Littre's or Tyson's gland ruptures and the infection extends into the deeper tissues.