Cowper's glands

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Cowper's glands

(ˈkuːpəz)
pl n
(Anatomy) two small yellowish glands near the prostate that secrete a mucous substance into the urethra during sexual stimulation in males. Compare Bartholin's glands
[C18: named after William Cowper (1666–1709), English anatomist who discovered them]
Translations

Cowper's glands

n. glándulas de Cowper (bulbouretrales), pequeñas glándulas adyacentes al bulbo de la uretra masculina a la que vacían una secreción mucosa.