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Reproductive System

Introduction

Is the reproductive system essential for life?

The reproductive system is essential for the survival of the species. It is not essential for an individual to live and be healthy.



The female reproductive system and surrounding structures: 1 = Rectum; 2 = Uterine tube; 3 = Ovary; 4 = Uterus; 5 = Urinary bladder; 6 = Urethra; 7 = Clitoris; 8 = Labia majora; 9 = Labia minora; 10 = Vagina; 11 = Cervix. (From Stedman’s Medical Dictionary. 27th Ed. Baltimore: Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins, 2000.)
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