Cancer can start any place in the body. It starts when cells in the vulva grow out of control and crowd out normal cells. This makes it hard for the body to work the way it should.
Q How should the clitoris respond to sexual stimulation? Can it be too deep into the fleshy tissue to perform right? A The clitoris is located at the top of the inner lips of the vulva.
Carcinoma of Clitoris is very rare and is important because of its aggressive nature and clinical course leading to early death. The case of a 68 year old female who presented to gynaecology outdoor with a clitoral growth involving adjacent vulva. CT scan showed involvement of clitoris, labia majora and inguinal lymph nodes.
We determined the magnetic resonance imaging MRI characteristics of normal clitoral anatomy. A series of MRI studies of 10 healthy, nulliparous volunteers with no prior surgery and normal pelvic examination was studied and the key characteristics of clitoral anatomy were determined. A range of different magnetic resonance sequences was used without any contrast agent.
Abstract The present study is an attempt to review literature on etiology, clinical presentation, diagnosis, pathogenesis and treatment strategies of clitoral cancer. The review emphasizes on different etiological factors represented by clinical presentations, such as infective organisms, circumcision, infibulation, clitoromegaly, priapism, vulvar cancers, ovarian cancers, mixed gonadal dysgenesis, metastasis from cancers of distant organs adrenal glands, urinary bladder and rectal cancerneurofibromatosis and other etiologies of tumors growing on clitoris. The diagnostic approach and pathology are interwoven on different aspects of clinical findings.
Despite decades of fascination with dolphins, scientists have long overlooked one aspect of the species' anatomy. For the first time, researchers offer an up-close look at the clitoris of female dolphins along with insights on the potential for the animals to experience sexual pleasure. The scientists discovered that female bottlenose dolphins have large and well-developed clitorises.
FEMALE dolphins have clitorises just like human women — only theirs are bigger and better placed suggesting they have better sex sessions. A group of diligent scientists discovered that lady bottlenose dolphins have large and well-developed sex organs meaning they could achieve orgasms. They said the structure of the tissue suggests the dolphin clitoris may expand, for example, in response to stimulation.
In dolphins, the clitoris is located at the entrance to the vagina where it is sure to be rubbed during penetrative sex. Steven Straiton via Flickr. Friday, April 5, -
Orlando, Fla. April 6, - Despite decades of fascination with dolphins, scientists have long overlooked one aspect of the species' anatomy. For the first time, researchers offer an up-close look at the clitoris of female dolphins along with insights on the potential for the animals to experience sexual pleasure.
Wikimedia Commons. Dolphins are intelligent, family-oriented mammals very much like us land-loving humans, and a new soon-to-be-published study suggests that we share more than just social structures with our cetaceous friends — well, at least half of us. If they have these nerve bundles, then we can guess this is where their feeling and sensation is passing through their nerves. Specifically, the researchers note that dolphins have a clitoral hood where these erectile tissues merge into one in a manner similar to the human clitoris.