female genitalia


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Part three singles out for sustained interpretation nine maren whose primary focus is on female genitalia and libido.
The description of these two species is based on morphological characters; measurement of different body parts and illustration of male and female genitalia was also given.
Without testosterone, the external genitalia fail to virilise, resulting in normal female genitalia.
The vet who examined Marbles said she had both male and female genitalia, which explained why she - or he - was so attracted to Bella.
However, promoting and selling sweets resembling male and female genitalia is something that is beyond any form of emotional expression, and for anyone - Muslim, Christian or any other religion - this act is considered vulgar.
Female genital mutilation (FGM), also known as female circumcision or female genital cutting, is defined by the World Health Organisation (WHO) as "all procedures involving partial or total removal of the external female genitalia or other injury to the female genital organs for non-medical reasons".
Tokyo, July 19 ( ANI ): An artist from Tokyo, who was arrested after emailing a raw image of her vagina to her fans has been released and has urged people to outgrow the perception that female genitalia are taboo or shameful.
I find that the male physicians may not consistently examine female genitalia during well-child visits.
and type materials of Proterometra albacauda, emphasizing developmental and comparative anatomical features of the male and female genitalia among cercariae and adults.
Metastatic carcinoma from the female genitalia to the oral mucosa is exceptionally rare, with only 11 such cases having been previously reported in the English-language literature.
He deliberated that FGM comprised all procedures involving partial or total removal of the external female genitalia, or other injury to the female genital organs for non-medical reasons.
Female genital mutilation involves the cutting and partial or total removal of the external female genitalia.
Nichols underscored that this case was far from unique and that, although malignancies were often subtle, female genitalia were too often lost because neither women nor their providers adequately understood what constituted a normal vulva.
The first chapter reviews external and internal male and female genitalia.
FGM involves intentionally altering or causing injury to the female genitalia for no medical reason; it is most often carried out on girls from infancy to age 15 years, according to the World Health Organization.