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8-1 perineum

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What main muscle is near the sacrum? Coccygeus
What nerve, artery, and vein go through the pudendal canal? Pudendal nerve, internal pudendal artery and vein
What is the area where everything comes together? Perineal body (central point of perineum)
What is the pouch above the perineal membrane? Deep perineal pouch
What is the pouch below the perineal membrane? Superifical perineal pouch
What are the erectile tissues of the female? Clitoris and bulb of vestibule
What three muscles join at the perineal body? Bulbospongiosus, superficial transverse perineal, external anal sphincter
What muscles are in the deepest layer? Puborectalis, pubococcygeus, iliococcygeus, coccygeus
What muscle compresses the urethra? Commpressor urethrae
What muscle is deep to the superficial transverse perineal? Deep transverse perineal
What muscles make up the most superficial layer of the perineum? Ischiocavernosus, bulbospongiosus, superficial transverse perineal, external anal sphincter
What is in the male superficial pouch? root of the penis, bulbospongiosus, ischiocavernosus, proximal portion of spongy urethra, superficial transverse perineal
What is in the male deep pouch? Intermediate portions of the urethra, deep transverse perineal muscle, bulbourethral glands
What is in the female superficial pouch? Clitoris, ischiocavernosus, bulbospongiosus, bulb of vestibule, greater vestibular glands, superficial transverse perineal
What is in the deep superficial pouch? Proximal urethra, smooth muscle (deep transverse perineal)
What is the mons pubis? Fatty tissue
What are the openings for prostatic secretiosn to get into the urethra? Orifice of prostatic utricle
What are the two layers deep to the bulbospongiosus? Bulb of vestibule then greater vestibule gland
What makes up the anal triangle? Ischial tuberosities and coccyx
What makes up the urogenital triangle? Ischial tuberosities and pubic symphysis
What muscle does maintenance for fetal content? Puborectalis
What is the change over from autonomic to somatic control of the rectum? Pectinate line
What nerves make up the pudendal nerve? S2-S4
What pathway does the pudendal nerve take? Greater then lesser sciatic foramen
What artery serves the top part of the pectinate line? Inferior mesenteric artery
What artery serves the bottom part of the pectinate line? Internal iliac artery
What vein serves the top part of the pectinate line? Portal venous system
What vein serves the bottom part of the pectinate line? Caval venous system
Created by: beranml