The clitoris

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The clitoris consists of two lateral crura or legs that are attached to the pubic symphysis, a body often called the corpus, and a glans or head. The glans has one of the largest concentrations of nerve endings in the female body. The body of the clitoris has two-corpus cavernosa in its walls, which are lined by smooth muscle fibers. These structures allow the clitoris to become erect upon stimulation or sexual arousal.