Primordial phallus

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Stages in the development of the external sexual organs in the male and female.
Latin phallus primordialis
TE E5.
Anatomical terminology

In embryology, the primordial phallus refers to the clitoris of a female or the penis in the male, particularly during fetal development of the urinary and reproductive organs, before sexual differentiation is evident. This is also the case for the immature male analog, the immature glans penis.

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