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THE UROGENITAL MUSCLES AND LIGAMENTS OF THE FLOOR OF THE PELVIS

    ORIGIN                                         INSERTION                                                                    ACTION

Urogenital Muscles and Ligaments on the Floor of the Pelvis

Cavernosa              sup tran perineal m.         Ischeal tuberosity

(bilateral)                                                          + Pubic Syn.

 

Bulbo-            Female-base of pubic syn.        Central tendon or  perinea                                               Expel last

Spongiosa     Male-dorsal aspect of penis       Into itself in roof of perineum                                         drop urine

                               

Supf. Trans   Inner side of Ischeal Ramis         Central tendon of perineum

Perenia           or tuberosity     

Male:

Sphincter       Deep perineal space                                                       Perineal branches of Pudendal nerve 

Deep Trans.   Rami Ischeum and Pubis               Into Midline                                        

The Ligaments of the Uterus: 

1.  Vesico-uterine or  A fold of peritoneum extending from the uterus to the bladder

    (Uterovesical fold). Also known as the Anterior Ligament

2. Posterior Ligament:   A Rectovaginal fold of peritoneum.

3. The Broad Ligament:  It passes from the margins of the uterus to the lateral wall of the pelvis.

4.  The Round Ligament: It is a fibromuscular cord arising form the top of the Uterus anterior to the fallopian tubesAnd extends outward and forward fro the broad ligament to the external inguinal ring.                     

by Dr. Scott D. Neff, DC DABCO CFE DABFE FFABS FFAAJTS

 

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