Skene's gland

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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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Risk factors for male patients with gonorrhoea complicated by inflammation of the paraurethral glands around the external urethral orifice.
During sexual excitement, the urethral and perineal sponges become engorged and erect; the paraurethral glands and ducts in the urethral sponge fill with prostatic and other fluid which can be ejaculated through the urethra.