Bartholin's ducts are a pair of ducts leading from the
Bartholin's glandsto the surface of the vulva.
It is claimed that the two external openings of the Bartholin's ducts are often invisible to the naked human eye.
major sublingual ductis also known as "Bartholin's duct." [WhoNamedIt|synd|3319|Bartholin's duct (Caspar Bartholin the Younger)]
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duct of Bartholin — duct of Bar·tho·lin bärt əl ən, bär thə lən, bär tu̇l in n a relatively large duct draining the sublingual gland and opening into Wharton s duct or near it C. T. Bartholin see BARTHOLIN S GLAND … Medical dictionary
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