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Flashcards in Female Pelvis and Perineum Deck (19)
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1

•The internal pudendal artery and vein, and the pudendal nerve pass ______ to the sacrospinous ligament. 

superficial

2

•The bulbospongiosus muscle is positioned directly ______ to the bulb of the vestibule. 

superficial (lateral)

3

•The ischiocavernosus muscle is positioned directly ______to the crus of the clitoris. 

superficial 

4

•The rectum is positioned _____to the vagina and cervix and directly _____to the rectouterine pouch

posterior , posterior 

5

•The uterus (body and fundus) is positioned ____-____ to the bladder. 

posterior-superior

6

•The uterus is positioned directly ____to the rectouterine pouch. 

anterior 

7

•The ovary is typically positioned _____to the broad ligament of the uterus and _____-_____ to the uterine tube. 

posterior , posterior-inferior

8

•The urethra is positioned ____to the vagina. 

anterior 

9

•The left common iliac vein is positioned ____-____to the common iliac artery. 

posterior-medial 

10

•The obturator artery, vein and nerve pass _____to the superior pubic ramus. 

inferior 

11

•The ureter passes _____ and _____ to the uterine artery. 

posterior and inferior

12

•The ureter passes____and ____ to the vaginal artery.

 superior and anterior

13

•The lumbosacral trunk passes _____to the sacrum (ala). 

anterior 

14

The pelvic diaphragm (levator ani muscle) is positioned ______to the obturator internus muscle. 

medial 

15

In Step 3, you are directed to identify (locate) and clean the bulbospongiosus muscle. This muscle is positioned directly __________ to the bulb of the vestibule 

  lateral

16

In Step 3, you are directed to attempt to identify (locate) the dorsal nerve, dorsal artery and deep dorsal vein of the clitoris. In the photograph, the right dorsal nerve is positioned __________ .

  lateral to both the dorsal artery and deep dorsal vein 

17

In Step 5, you are instructed to hemisect the pelvis by making both a sagittal (median) and transverse saw cut. The transverse cut is made on the right side of the cadaver at the level of the __________ .

  origin of the right common iliac artery 

18

In Step 6, you are directed to identify (locate) the mesosalpinx. The mesosalpinx is a peritoneal fold directly surrounding the __________ .

  uterine tube 

19

In Step 7 you are directed to identify (locate) most of the branches of the internal iliac artery. The superior gluteal artery is identified where it typically passes between the __________ and __________ .

  lumbosacral trunk; ventral ramus S1