Female genital gland that produces eggs and the sex hormones estrogen and progesterone.
Hollow muscular organ receiving the egg and, once fertilized, enabling its development and expulsion at the end of pregnancy.
Mucous folds of the vulva located between the labia majora.
Thick cutaneous hairy folds of the vulva protecting the vaginal orifice.
Muscular canal located between the neck of the uterus and the vulva enabling copulation.
broad ligament of uterus
Peritoneal fold connecting the lateral edge of the uterus to the abdominal cavity wall.
ampulla of fallopian tube
Widened section of the fallopian tube located between the infundibulum and the isthmus.
infundibulum of fallopian tube
Largely flat section of the fallopian tube through which the egg enters.
isthmus of fallopian tube
Narrow section of the fallopian tube opening into the uterus.
Canals transporting the egg from the ovary to the uterus; fertilization of the egg by the spermatozoon generally takes place in the upper part of the tube.
External female genital organs consisting mainly of the labia and the clitoris.