The vagina shows three layers forming its wall, the mucosa, muscular coat, and adventitia. The mucosa is composed of nonkeratinized squamous epithelium rich in glycogen and lamina propria. The lamina propria is denser toward the surface
where it characteristically forms delicate and long papillae, and looser toward the muscular layer (Fig. 14). In the anterior vagina, lamina propria papillae are scarce, but in the posterior wall, they are prominent. Numerous elastic fibers are found in the lamina propria. The deeper layers of the lamina propria contain a dense plexus of small veins. The muscularis contains large vessels. There are no glands in the normal adult vagina.
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