What’s normal – Gallery

Figures from the What’s Normal page.

Fig 01. Normal glands on the corona glandis often called pea

Fig 01. Normal glands on the corona glandis often called pea

Fig 02 ParafrenularA glands

Fig 02 ParafrenularA glands

Fig 03 Parafrenular glands A

Fig 03 Parafrenular glands A

Fig 04. Pararenular glands with  wart on the frenulum

Fig 04. Pararenular glands with wart on the frenulum

Fig 05 Fordyce male

Fig 05 Fordyce male

Fig 06 Fordyce spots alongside a  wart

Fig 06 Fordyce spots alongside a wart

Fig 07 Small patches Fordyce spots in a female.

Fig 07 Small patches Fordyce spots in a female.

Fig 08 Extensive Fordyce spots in a female.

Fig 08 Extensive Fordyce spots in a female.

Fig 09 Vestibular papillae

Fig 09 Vestibular papillae

Fig 10. vestibular glands close up

Fig 10. vestibular glands close up

Fig 11 Smegma

Fig 11 Smegma

Fig 12 Sebaceous cyst female

Fig 12 Sebaceous cyst female

Fig 13a. Sebaceous cyst

Fig 13a. Sebaceous cyst

Fig 13b. Sebaceous cyst clos up.

Fig 13b. Sebaceous cyst clos up.

Fig 14. Lymphocele with smooth surface.

Fig 14. Lymphocele with smooth surface.

Fig 15. Lymphocele with rough solidified surface.

Fig 15. Lymphocele with rough solidified surface.

Fig 16 Parameatal cyst.

Fig 16 Parameatal cyst.

Fig 17 Parameatal cyst showing extent of swelling.

Fig 17 Parameatal cyst showing extent of swelling.