Anatomy. Internal organs.

Male and female sex organs.
Vulva and penis.

Do you know: the word "penis" was taken from Latin and meant "tail"...


Anatomy. Internal organs. Male and female sex organs. Vulva and penis.

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Vulva is the external genital organs of the female. The word "vulva" was taken from Middle Latin volva or vulva "womb, female genitals". The vulva has many major and minor anatomical structures. The penis is an external sexual organ of certain biologically male organisms. The penis is a reproductive organ. An erection is the stiffening and rising of the penis, which occurs during sexual arousal.
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Internal organs (1-57)
(1) thyroid gland (2-3) larynx (2) hyoid bone (hyoid) (3) thyroid cartilage
(4) trachea (windpipe) (5) bronchus (6-7) lung (6) right lung
(7) upper pulmonary lobe (upper lobe of the lung)
(8) heart (9) diaphragm (10) liver (11) gall bladder (12) spleen (13) stomach
(14-22) intestines (bowel) (14-16) small intestine (intestinum tenue) (14) duodenum (15) jejunum (16) ileum
Anatomy human.
(17-22) large intestine (intestinum crassum)
(17) caecum (cecum) (18) appendix (vermiform appendix)
(19) ascending colon (20) transverse colon
(21) descending colon (22) rectum
(23) oesophagus (esophagus, gullet)
(24-25) heart
(24) auricle (25) anterior longitudinal cardiac sulcus
(26) diaphragm (27) spleen (28) right kidney (29) suprarenal gland
(30-31) left kidney [longitudinal section]
(30) calyx (renal calyx) (31) renal pelvis
(32) ureter
(33) bladder
(34-35) liver [from behind]
(34) falciform ligament of the liver
(35) lobe of the liver (36) gall bladder
(37-38) common bile duct
(37) hepatic duct (common hepatic duct)
(38) cystic duct
(39) portal vein (hepatic portal vein)
(40) oesophagus (esophagus, gullet)
(41-42) stomach (41) cardiac orifice (42) pylorus (43) duodenum (44) pancreas
(45-57) heart (longitudinal section] (45) atrium
(46-47) valves of the heart (46) tricuspid valve (right atrioventricular valve)
(47) bicuspid valve (mitral valve, left atrioventricular valve)
(48) cusp (49) aortic valve (50) pulmonary valve (51) ventricle
(52) ventricular septum (interventricular septum)
(53) superior vena cava (54) aorta (55) pulmonary artery (56) pulmonary vein (57) inferior vena cava
(58) peritoneum (59) sacrum (60) coccyx (coccygeal vertebra) (61) rectum (62) anus
(63) anal sphincter (64) perineum (65) pubic symphisis (symphisis pubis)
(66-77) male sex organs liongitudinal (66) penis
(67) corpus cavernosum and spongiosum of the penis (erectile tissue of the penis)
(68) urethra (69) glans penis (70) prepuce (foreskin) (71) scrotum (72) right testicle (testis) (73) epididymis
(74) spermatic duct (vas deferent) (75) Cowper's gland (bulbourethral gland) (76) prostate (prostate gland) (77) seminal vesicle (78) bladder (79-88) female sex organs [longitudinal section] (79) uterus (matrix, womb) (80) cavity of the uterus
(81) fallopian tube (uterine tube, oviduct) (82) fimbria (fimbriated extremity)
(83) ovary (84) follicle with ovum (egg) (85) os uteri externum (86) vagina (87) lip of the pudendum (lip of the vulva) (88) clitoris

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The human body - female (1-54)

(1-18) head (1) vertex (crown of the head, top of the head) (2) occiput(back of the head) (3) hair
(4-17) face (4-5) forehead (4) frontal eminence (frontal protuberance)
(5) superciliary arch () temple (7) eye
(8) zygomatic bone (malar bone, jugal bone, cheekbone)
The human body - female
(9) cheek (10) nose (11) nasolabial fold
(12) philtrum (13) mouth
(14) angle of the mouth (labial commissure)
(15) chin (16) dimple in the chin
(17) jaw (18) ear
(19-21) neck (19) throat
(20) hollow of the throat (21) nape of the neck
(22-41) trunk (22-25) back (22) shoulder
(23) shoulderblade (scapula) (24) loins
(25) small of the back (26) armpit (27) armpit hair
(28-30) thorax (chest)
(28-29) breasts (breast, mamma) (28) nipple
(29) areola (30) bosom (31) waist (32) flank (side) (33) hip (34) navel
(35-37) abdomen (stomach) (35) upper abdomen (36) abdomen
(37) lower abdomen (38) groin (39) pudenda (vulva)
(40) seat (backside, coil, bottom)
(41) anal groove (anal cleft)
(42) gluCeal fold (giuteal furrow)
(43-54) limbs (43-44) arm (43) upper arm
(44) crook of the arm (45) elbow (46) forearm (47) hand
(48) fist (clenched fist, clenched hand)
(49-54) leg (49) thigh (50) knee
(51) popliteai space (52) shank (53) calf (54) foot

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Vulva is the external genital organs of the female. The word "vulva" was taken from Middle Latin volva or vulva "womb, female genitals". The term vagina is often used to refer to the vulva or female genitals generally, although, the vagina is a specific internal structure, whereas the vulva is the exterior genitalia.

The vulva has many major and minor anatomical structures. Its development is done in several phases: fetal and pubertal periods are the most important. True door of the human matrix, it protects its opening by a double door: the labia majora and the labia minora as well as a vulval vestibule, and a normal microbial flora that flows from the inside out. However, regular hygiene permits a good vulvovaginal health. The vulva is more susceptible to infections than the penis.

The penis is an external sexual organ of certain biologically male organisms. The penis is a reproductive organ, technically an intromittent organ, and for placental mammals, additionally serves as the external organ of urination. The word "penis" was taken from Latin and originally meant "tail".

An erection is the stiffening and rising of the penis, which occurs during sexual arousal. The primary physiological mechanism that brings about erection is the autonomic dilation of arteries supplying blood to the penis, which allows more blood to fill the three spongy erectile tissue chambers in the penis, causing it to lengthen and stiffen. The now-engorged erectile tissue presses against and constricts the veins that carry blood away from the penis. More blood enters than leaves the penis until an equilibrium is reached where an equal volume of blood flows into the dilated arteries and out of the constricted veins; a constant erectile size is achieved at this equilibrium.

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