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Introduction to Miscellaneous Gynecologic Abnormalities

By

Charlie C. Kilpatrick

, MD, MEd, Baylor College of Medicine

Last full review/revision Mar 2021| Content last modified Mar 2021
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Internal Female Genital Organs

Internal Female Genital Organs

External Female Genital Organs

External Female Genital Organs

Cysts are closed sacs that are separate from the tissue around them. They often contain fluid or semisolid material. Cysts that commonly occur in the genital organs include the following:

Other gynecologic abnormalities include

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