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NARM medical term.

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Innominate Bones Illium, Ischium
Pubis body and two rami
Sacrum 5 vertebrae fused together
coccyx tail bone
Sacroiliac joint joint of the sacrum and ilium, synovial joint,
Scacrococcygeal joint synovial hinge joint
Symphysis pubis cartilaginous joint
Pelvic Floor The muscular diaphragms that pelvic cavity from the perineal cavity, Muscles include: Levator Ani; Pubovaginalis, puborectalis, pubococcygeus, and iliococcygeus, ischiococcygeus,
urogenital triangle contains; introitus, urethra, crura of clitoris, vestibular bulbs, bartholins glands, urogenital diaphragm,central part of the perineum,
urogenital diaphragm muscles deep transverse perineal and sphincter of the urethra
Anal Triangle anteriorly, transverse perineal muscles, and base of urogenital triangle, Laterally by ischial tuberosiities, sacrotuberus ligaments and posteriorly by coccyx
anococcygeal body muscle tissue (levator ani and external anal sphincter)
Perineal body meeting of following muscles Anal sphincter externus, two levator ani muscles superficial and deep transverse perineal muscles, blubocavernosus
Uterus a small pear shaped organ of the pelvis that houses the fetus during pregnancy, made of three muscle layers,perimetrium
Myometrium middle muscle layer of uterus, made up of three layers outer layer
Uterus Fundus above the fellopian tubes
Uterus corpus Body of the uterus, thick walls between fellopian tubes, and isthmus, usual place of implantation and growth of fetus.
Uterus isthmus 5 to 7 mm in length, below the body of the uterus
Uterus Cervix The canal that leads from the body of the uterus, to the vagina and is made up of the internal and external os, 2.5 cm in length
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