Care should be taken lest the glans be included in the incision, as has happened in at least one instance.
The prepuce is often too narrow so that it cannot be withdrawn behind the glans.
The sensibility of the corpora has declined much; that of the glans is unimpaired.
And then those dreams glans face became serious for a moment.
He had an abnormally small opening in the prepuce, making the uncovering of the glans almost impossible.
You ought to be ashamed of yourself, she said, shaking her head at glans father.
In the glans itself there is no trace of the septum, which separates the corpora cavernosa.
Hes a kind of cousin of glans father, dearies, observed Aunt Janet.
Juglans is from Jovis, signifying Jove's, and glans, signifying acorn.
It is mostly situated on the glans and prepuce, and often attended with hemorrhage.
n. pl. glan·des (glān'dēz)
A conical vascular body forming the distal end of the penis.
A conical vascular body forming the distal end of the clitoris.