Female Genital Anatomy. There are multiple anatomical structures which comprise the internal and external female genital tract such as the clitoris, labia minora and corpus spongiosum (vestibular) erectile tissue, peri-urethral glans, urethra, G-spot, Halban’s fascia, anterior fornix erogenous zone, pubococcygeus muscle and cervix. parasympathetic innervation causes _____ of the female clitoris and male penis. erections. the somatic nervous system is under _____ control, while the autonomic nervous system is under _____ control. voluntary; involuntary. an organ receiving innervation from postganglionic axons from both divisions of the autonomic system has.
According to Davis, the tiny bit of the clitoris that is outwardly visible, which is the little nub you see at the top of your external area when you spread the labia, contains 8, nerve endings. The clitoral crura (singular: clitoral crus) are two erectile tissue structures, which together form a V-shape. Crus is a Latin word that means "leg". Each "leg" of the V converges on the clitoral birast.xyz each divergent point is a corpus cavernosum of birast.xyz crura are attached to the pubic arch, and are adjacent to the vestibular birast.xyz crura flank the urethra, urethral sponge, and.
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