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Vestibular Glands: Bartholin Cyst & Vestibular Adenitis

by Carlo Raj, MD
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    00:01 Vestibular gland is where we are.

    00:04 We’re in the outskirts of the vagina, we're by the vulvar region.

    00:07 At first, in the vestibular region, we are looking at certain glands here.

    00:12 And specifically here, it’s the Bartholin’s cyst gland that is being obstructed.

    00:18 Oftentimes in a secondhand clock, the Bartholin glands are located and described as being four o’clock and eight o’clock.

    00:25 Picture that for me, please.

    00:27 That is where, normally, these glands are located.

    00:30 What may then happen is that the duct may then become obstructed.

    00:33 And when it does so, it will undergo an inflammatory process, may become infected, and may result in an abscess formation.

    00:42 And so therefore, management of our Bartholin gland cyst would be drainage.

    00:48 It produces pain and local discomfort because of the location of a Bartholin’s cyst or gland cyst.

    00:55 Infection and abscesses, oftentimes, the organism that you might find here would be something like in the Neisseria species.

    01:03 Vestibular adenitis.

    01:06 What this means is that the vestibular gland, the vulvar vestibular gland itself is undergoing inflammation.

    01:12 Chronic, recurrent.

    01:14 And inflammation produces small ulcerations.

    01:17 This is then referred to as being your vestibular adenitis.

    01:21 The image that you’re seeing here is showing you the vulvar region in which it’s undergoing inflammation.


    About the Lecture

    The lecture Vestibular Glands: Bartholin Cyst & Vestibular Adenitis by Carlo Raj, MD is from the course Disorders of Vulva, Vagina and Cervix.


    Included Quiz Questions

    1. Bartholin cyst
    2. Syphilis
    3. Sebaceous cyst
    4. Vestibular adenitis
    5. Gonorrhea
    1. Vestibular adenitis
    2. Candidiasis
    3. Genital wart
    4. Chancre
    5. Uncomplicated Bartholin cyst

    Author of lecture Vestibular Glands: Bartholin Cyst & Vestibular Adenitis

     Carlo Raj, MD

    Carlo Raj, MD


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