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MRI can be used to find the G spot

Researchers are in pursuit of the elusive G spot, or Grafenberg's zone – again – this time with the aid of a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanning machine and inert ultrasound gel. In a case series 21 women were scanned, using gel to open up the vaginal cavity, making anatomical identification clearer. The aim was to locate in vivo, the macroscopic and histological correlates of what have been recently identified in dissections of cadavers as the ‘G spot complex’ (GSC) or female erectile body. A GSC was identified in 13 of the 21 women; its visibility much enhanced with vaginal opacification, by ultrasound gel. Venus is tempted to touch on another point, namely just how much does the spot's anatomical position matter to real women's sexual feelings?

BJOG 2016;123:1542–1549. doi:10.1111/1471-0528.13864

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