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arterial supply to ductus deferens

artery to ductus deferens, from superior vesical artery

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nerve to ductus deferens, seminal vesicle, prostate

inferior hypogastric plexus

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blood to seminal vesicle, prostate

prostatic branches of inferior vesical artery

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2/3 glandular, 1/3 fibromuscular, makes significant portion of semen volume

prostate

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venous drainage of prostate

forms prostatic plexus between fibrous capsule ans sheath, drains into internal iliac veins

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enlarged prostate causes bladder to

hypertrophy, if urethra is constricted

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first division of urethra, after internal urethral sphincter

prostatic, within prostate

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within deep perineal pouch, surrounded by external urethral sphincter

intermediate urethra

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within the bulb, corpus spongiosum and glans of penis

spongy urethra

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male urethra is ____ in prostate gland, ____ in deep perineal pouch

wider, narrower

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male urethra makes ninety degree turn

as it goes through the bulb of the penis

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part of urethra vulnerable in catheterization, would cause leak into superficial perineal pouch

posterior wall within bulb

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the bladder is ____ and covered with parietal peritoneum on its ____ surface

subperitonreal, superior

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blood supply to bladder

vesical arteries (branches of umbilical artery) and interior vesical artery

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shape formed by ureteral opening and urethra

trigone

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do trigone and detrusor have same blood supply and innervation?

no

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during fillings, detrusor ___ and trigone ____

expands, contracts

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filling the bladder is a ____ response

sympathetic

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during urination, detrusor ____ and trigone

contracts, relaxes

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urinating is a ____ response

parasympathetic

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what prevents retrograde flow of urine?

ureters contracting

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levator ani, external urethra sphincter and abdominal wall musculature

voluntary control over urination

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ligament holding neck of bladder in place (males)

puboprostatic ligament

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ligament holding neck of bladder in place (females)

pubovesical ligament

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inferior border of anal columns

pectinate line

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tissue superior to pectinate line is derived from

endoderm

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tissue inferior to pectinate line is derived from

ectoderm

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blood above pectinate line

superior rectal artery and vein

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nerve above pectinate line

inferior hypogastric plexus

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pain above pectinate line

diffuse, poorly localized near S2-S4

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lymph above pectinate line

internal iliac lymph nodes, inferior mesenteric lymph nodes

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blood below pectinate line

middle and inferior rectal arteries and veins

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nerve below pectinate line

inferior rectal nerves

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pain below pectinate line

sharp and localized to the area

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lymph below pectinate line

superficial inguinal lymph nodes

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iliolumbar, lateral sacral, obturator arteries

parietal branches of internal iliac, supply body wall

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superior and inferior gluteal, internal pudendal arteries

branches of internal iliac that pass through greater sciatic foramen, supply gluteal region

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receive lymph from inguinal lymph nodes and drain into common iliac nodes

external iliac lymph nodes

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receive drainage from inferior pelvic viscera, deep perineum and gluteal regions, drain into common iliac nodes

internal iliac lymph nodes

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receive lymph from posterioinferior pelvic viscera and drain into internal or common ilia nodes

sacral lymph nodes

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receive drainage from external, internal iliac and sacral lymph nodes, drains to lumbar (caval/aortic) nodes

common iliac lymph nodes

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mesentery of the uterus, 2 layers of parietal perinoteum, contains blood vessels and nerves

broad ligament

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fingers of the uterine tubes

fimbraie

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two constrictions of uterine lumen

internal and external os

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trough surrounding cervix

fornix

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fornix in direct contact with pareital peritoneum in rectouterine pouch

posterior fornix (good needle entry to remove fluid)

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ovarian artery reaches the ovary by traveling in

the suspensory ligament of the ovary

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uterine artery reaches cervix ____ and then ascends to ____ to supply superior uterus

subperinoteally, broad ligament

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uterine artery anastomoses with

ovarian artery

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the vaginal artery is entirely

subperitoneal

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ovaries drain into

pampiniform plexus of veins in broad ligament

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uterine tubes drain into

uterine veins in broad ligament, draining to uterine plexus on either side of uterus and vagina.

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uterine plexus drains into

internal iliac veins

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vagina drains into

vaginal venous plexus, which merges with uterine plexus to drain into internal iliac vein.

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vessesls exit the greater sciatic foramen to reach

the gluteal region

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vessels exit the lesser sciatic foramen to reach

perineum

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Nerve to skin of leg, muscles on the back of thigh, muscles of leg and foot

sciatic nerve

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sciatic nerve levels

L4-S3

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chief nerve of perineum and chief senosry nerve external genitalia

pudendal

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pudendal nerve levels

anterior rami S2-S4

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nerve glut medius and minimus, tensor fascia latae

superior gluteal nerve

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superior gluteal nerve levels

L4-S1

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supplies gluteus maximus

inferior gluteal nerve

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inferior gluteal nerve levels

L5-S2

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pain from pelvic viscera refers to

dermatomes L1 and L2

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afferent/sensory nerves for gonads travel only with

sympathetics

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afferent/sensory nerves for gonads have cell bodies located

DRGs and T10-11

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pain from gonads refers to dermatomes

T10-11