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Fleshy folds of tissue which extends down the mons pubis and surrounds the vaginal opening is called

a)

Labia minora

b)

Labia majora

c)

Hymen

d)

Clitoris


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Fleshy folds of tissue which extends down the mons pubis and surrounds the vaginal opening is called

a)

Labia minora

b)

Labia majora

c)

Hymen

d)

Clitoris

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Answer Key : (b) -

(b)

Labia majora, these are two large fleshy folds of skin which form the boundary of vulva. They are partly covered by pubic hair and contain large number of sebaceous (oil) glands. The labia majora are considered homologous to the scrotum of the male



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