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what is the most anterior muscle at the level of the hip
sartorius.. longest muscle of the body
where is the levator ani muscle located
originates at the pubis and inserts and inserts at the coccyx, encircling the rectum
what is the function of the seminal vessicles
produces about 60% of semen, seminal fluid, produces fructose which provides energy fo sperm
which musclse are unique to the pelvis
what muscle fills the space between the ischial spine and sacrum?
which muscle lines the wall of the true pelvis
The_______muscle are adjacent to the pubic bone and forms one side of a triangle that contains a femoral artery and vein
what are the sections of the pubic bone
body and superior and inferior pubic rami
what are teh names of lympth nodes in the pelvic region
= nodal group
which suspensory ligament prevens posterior movement of the uterus
the broad ligament encloses what anatomy
ovaries, uterus, and uterine tubes
what is the largest and most important muscle of the pelvin floor
the thickened folds of the mesentery that supporst and stabilized the positihing of each ovary is the
thickest portion of uterine wall
attaches the ovaries to the pelvic wall
located between the uterus and bladder
which muscles form the major part of the pelvic diaphram
what broad muscles covers teh anterior surface of the illiac fossa
what bony landmark seperating the abdominal and pelvic cavity?
which muscle orginiates from the symphysis pubis and extends teh to xiphoid process and costal cartilage of the 5th 6th and 7th ribs?
which muscle acts to rotate the thigh laterally and originates from the illium and sacrum and inserts on the greater trochanter of the femur
what ligament attaches the inferior aspect of the ovarise to the lateral surface of the uterus and uterine tubes
the obturator and umbilical arteries are 2 branches of which artery
what is the cervix
the lower 1/3 of the uterus which communicates with the vagina
what blood vessels supply and drain the intestines
smv, imv, sma, and ima
what bones comprise the acetabulum
3 innominate bones... illium, ishium, pubis
which of 3 bones of the hip (innominate bones) appears first on an axial x-ray)
illium-- most superior
what is the function of the prostate gland
stop urine from mixing w. semen when ejaculating
what are the 3 layers of the uterus?
what are the spatial relations of the uterus, bladder, and rectum?
bladder, uterus and rectum from ant. to post.
what are the spatial relations of the bladder, prostate, and rectum?
bladder sup. to prostate both ant. to rectum
spatially where are the ovaries in relation to uterus
which structure transporst sperm from the testis?
ductus vas deferens
what is the function of the bulbourethral gland
lubricates the tip of the penis
which of the 3 gluteal muscles is seen first in an axial image?
at what vertebral level do the common illiac vein join to form the inferior vena cava?
spatial, where do the ureters enter the bladders?
in the pelvis which are more ant. arteries or veins
shortest portion of the male urethra
ejaculaory duct opens into the ____?
how many sections is the male urethra divided into?
T/F : in the pelvis, arteries are always anterior to viens
what is the pelvic inlet/ outlet?
inlet- from sacral promontory to the superior margin or the crest of the pubic bone
outlet- from the tip of the coccyx the inferior margin of pubis symphisis
what arterial vessls are in pelvis
abdominal aorta---> r/l common illiac artery-----> R/l ext/ int iliac artery
--> femoral artery
what is the venous blood supply in the pelvis
ivc---> r/l common illiac vein---> r/l ext. int. illiac vein--->femoral vein
what are the 3 sections of the small intestines