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Skene's gland

 (skēnz) or Skene gland (skēn)
[After Alexander Johnston Chalmers Skene (1837-1900), Scottish-born American gynecologist.]
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Female urethral carcinoma: Evidences to origin from Skene's glands.
Pioneering surgeon Dr Skene - who described what became known as Skene's glands, in the vagina - has stood in the Brooklyn park's Grand Army Plaza for more than 100 years.
Adenocarcinoma of the female urethra comprises only 10% of all primary urethral malignancies in women and is hypothesized to originate from Skene's glands, paraurethral ducts, or glandular metaplasia of the urothelium (3).
Touch the vestibule at 1 o'clock and 11 o'clock adjacent to the urethra at the ostia of the Skene's glands.