Female Reproductive System Structures

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The ovaries develop from embryonic tissue along the anterior abdominal wall near the kidneys.

False

The fallopian tube expands solely around the ovary to form the ampulla.

True

The cervix of the uterus is the major portion of the uterus.

False

The uterus is located in the pelvis posterior to the rectum.

False

The vagina consists of two coats: fibroelastic adventitia and smooth muscle muscularis.

False

The clitoris is a large mass of erectile tissue.

False

The bulb of vestibule is located above the labia majora.

False

Bartholin's glands secrete fluid that helps dry out the vagina.

False

During the luteal phase, the oocytes are released from the follicles.

True

The proliferative phase corresponds to the menstrual phase of the ovaries.

False

Learn about the structures of the female reproductive system including the ovaries, fallopian tubes, and uterus. Understand the development and functions of each of these vital organs.

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