obstetrics and gynecology 1. Anatomy of the female reproductive organs External genitalia - a pubis, large and small labia, the clitoris, the vestibule, the hymen. The internal include the vagina, uterus, fallopian tubes and ovaries. External genitals. Loboc is a region rich in subcutaneous fatty tissue, in the age of sexual maturity covered scalp, triangular base facing upwards. The labia majora are formed by two folds of skin containing fat, sebaceous and sweat glands. They are connected to each other front and rear soldering, and are separated by gender gap. In the interior of the lower third of the labia majora has a large gland vestibule - Bartholin gland, alkaline secretion that moistens the vagina and semen liquefies. Excretory ducts of these glands open into the groove between the small labia and hymen.