April 27, 2012- Dr. Adam Ostrzenski, like many explorers that have preceded him, said he dreamed of finding a territory that has long been elusive and known to hold near-mythic powers. He search was to try to locate the G-spot, the trigger for setting off the female orgasm. On Wednesday, the gynecologist from Florida stated unequivocally he has located it.
Ostrzenski completed a postmortem exam on an 83-year old woman in Warsaw Medical University. Poland, unlike the U.S., allows for dissection of human cadavers very soon after death, a time when fine distinctions between tissues are still easy to see.
He inspected six individual layers of tissue that form the vaginal wall in a woman. The doctor said he uncovered a small cluster of erectile tissue in the form of a grape, inside a sac less than one centimeter in size. He said the structure was deeply nestled in the fifth layer of the vaginal wall. It was between the endopelvic fascia and the dorsal perineal membrane.
His dissection took seven hours. If it is confirmed by additional investigation, he hopes its finding will help to rewrite anatomy books on woman. However, his study touched off a political and scientific tempest among the small group of female sexual health experts.