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Innervation of Pelvic Organs. Superior hypogastric plexus. Inferior hypogastric plexus. Peritoneum. Visceral pelvic fascia. Infraperitoneal space contains pelvic fascia continuous with transversalis fascia parietal fascia on pelvic walls & muscles visceral layer on viscera.

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Innervation of Pelvic Organs

Superior hypogastric plexus

Inferior hypogastric plexus

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Peritoneum

Visceral pelvic fascia

  • Infraperitoneal space contains pelvic fascia
  • continuous with transversalis fascia
  • parietal fascia on pelvic walls & muscles
  • visceral layer on viscera

4. Describe the anatomical relationships between the peritoneal cavity, the visceral pelvic fascia, the pelvic diaphragm, the structures of the perineum, and the urogenital diaphragm.

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Int. Iliac artery

Levator ani (cut)

Coccygeus

Int. Pudendal artery

Pudendal nerve

Middle rectal artery

9. Identify the rectum and anus and the anal sphincters and their innervation. Describe the anatomical basis for control of defecation.

Perineal artery, vein, nerve

Inf. Rectal artery, vein, nerve

Dorsal n. of penis

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7. Identify the role of vasculature, nerves, and muscles in normal male and female sexual function. Male

Ischiocavernosus

Bulbospongiosus

L-37

L-36

L-39

Int. pudendal a.

Pudendal n.

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7. Identify the role of vasculature, nerves, and muscles in normal male and female sexual function. Female
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Urethra

Bulb of vestibule

Sphincter urethrae

Vagina

Perineal membrane

Greater vestibular gland

Deep transverse perineal m.

Deep Perineal Space

4. Describe the anatomical relationships between the peritoneal cavity, the visceral pelvic fascia, the pelvic diaphragm, the structures of the perineum, and the urogenital diaphragm. Revisited.