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Cleft of venus
Shavevulva.jpg
Anterior view of human female pelvis, pubic hair shaved, indicating cleft of venus
Latin rima pudendi
Gray's subject #270 1265

The cleft of venus (also called the pudendal cleft, pudendal fissure, or rima pudendi[1]) is a part of the vulva, the furrow at the base of the mons pubis where it divides to form the labia majora. The name is a reference to the Roman goddess of love, Venus.

In some human females, the clitoral hood and labia minora protrude through the cleft of venus; in others, they do not.

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  1. ^ Gould, George M. (1936). Brownslow, C. V. ed. Gould's Pocket Pronouncing Medical Dictionary (10th ed.). P. Blakinston's Son & C., Inc..  







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