Front-to-back vertical section on the median line of the body.
Canal through which the egg travels from the ovary to the uterus. Fertilization of the egg by the spermatozoon normally takes place in the upper section of the tube.
Female genital gland that produces eggs and the sex hormones estrogen and progesterone.
pouch of Douglas
Small pouch formed by the fold of the peritoneum between the rectum and the uterus.
cervix of uterus
Lower narrow section of the uterus through which it connects with the vagina.
Terminal section of the large intestine preceding the anus.
Muscular canal located between the neck of the uterus and the vulva enabling copulation.
Fleshy part consisting mostly of muscles located at the base of the back.
Terminal orifice of the digestive tract enabling ejection of fecal matter.
Section of the leg between the hip and the knee; it contains many powerful muscles.
Thick cutaneous hairy folds of the vulva protecting the vaginal orifice.
Mucous folds of the vulva located between the labia majora.
Membranous canal enabling evacuation of urine from the bladder.
Small erectile organ at the anterior section of the vulva constituting a major erogenous zone.
Slightly movable fibrocartilaginous joint connecting the two pubes (anterior part of the two iliac bones).
Middle protuberance of the pubis made of adipose tissues and covered with hair at puberty.
Muscular reservoir where urine from the kidneys collects before being evacuated through the urethra.
Small pouch formed by the fold of the peritoneum between the uterus and the bladder.
Hollow muscular organ receiving the egg and, once fertilized, enabling its development and expulsion at the end of pregnancy.
Lower portion of the trunk containing the majority of the organs of the digestive, urinary and genital systems.
Resistant membrane covering the internal walls and organs of the abdominal cavity and maintaining its shape.