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Pelvis

Pelvis

The pelvis is the lower part of the abdomen and houses the reproductive organs and the end of the digestive tract. All surrounded by pelvic bones and muscles. More.
  1. Muscles of the pelvic floor
    Overview of the muscles that form the pelvic floor.
  2. Superior view of the female pelvis
    Ligaments, vessels and organs of the female pelvis as seen from a superior view
  3. Female pelvic viscera and perineum
    Contents of the female pelvis, including viscera and perineum.
  4. Male pelvic viscera and perineum
    Contents of the male pelvis, including viscera and perineum.
  5. Blood supply of the female pelvis
    Arteries and veins of the female pelvis.
  6. Blood supply of the male pelvis
    Arteries and veins of the male pelvis.
  7. Nerves of the female pelvis
    Innervation of the female pelvis.
  8. Nerves of the male pelvis
    Innervation of the male pelvis.
  9. Lumbar plexus
    The lumbar plexus supplies the abdominal wall, pelvis and lower limb.
  10. Sacral plexus
    The sacral plexus is a nerve plexus which supplies the pelvis and lower limb.
  11. Neurovasculature of the female perineum
    Arteries, veins and nerves of the female perineum.
  12. Pelvis
    [74 exam questions] - Clinical anatomy, topography, functions and more about the pelvis.

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