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Who is Alexander Skene?
Alexander Skene: Alexander Johnston Chalmers Skene was a British gynaecologist who described what became known as the Skene's glands.
- born on (178 years ago) in Fyvie
- died on (115 years ago) in Catskill Mountains
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fit, Alexander Skene of that ilk; 2ndly, Sir Alexander Comyn, of Culter. 8. Mariot, m. George Syramer, of Balyordie .
by Christoph Zink
Skene's ducts (Alexander Skene, gynecologist, New York, 1838–1900): the glandular protuberances of the original sinus urogenitalis in the woman which correspond to the prostate of the man; located behind the external urethral junction.
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