The internal pudendal artery and vein, and the pudendal nerve pass _____ to the sacrospinous ligament.
•The bulbospongiosus muscle is positioned directly ____to the bulb of the penis.
•The ischiocavernosus muscle is positioned directly ______to the crus of the penis.
•The deep dorsal vein of the penis passes _____ to the pubic symphysis.
•The bulb of the penis is positioned directly ______ to the urogenital diaphragm (deep transverse perineal muscle).
The prostate is positioned _______to the urogenital diaphragm (deep transverse perineal muscle).
•The rectum is positioned _______to the prostate and _______to the sacrum and coccyx.
posterior , anterior
•The bladder is positioned ______to the prostate.
•The ductus deferens (ampulla) is positioned _____ to the bladder.
•The ductus deferens (ampulla) is positioned _____to the prostate.
•The seminal vesicle is positioned _____to the ampulla of the ductus deferens
•The seminal vesicle is positioned _____ to the bladder.
•The ureter passes directly _____ and ____to the ductus deferens.
•The left common iliac vein is positioned _____-_____ to the common iliac artery.
•The right ureter passes directly _____to the right external iliac artery.
•The ductus deferens passes ____ to the obliterated umbilical artery.
•The obturator artery, vein and nerve pass _____to the superior pubic ramus.
•The lumbosacral trunk passes ______to the sacrum (ala).
The pelvic diaphragm (levator ani muscle) is positioned _____to the obturator internus muscle.
The superficial perineal space is bounded superiorly by the __________ and inferiorly by the __________ .
perineal membrane; superficial perineal (Colle’s) fascia
In Step 1, you are directed to identify (locate) the pudendal nerve and internal pudendal vessels where they pass __________ .
directly superficial to the sacrospinous ligament
In Step 6, you are instructed to identify (locate) the seminal vesicle. The seminal vesicle is located __________ to the prostate and __________ to the ampulla of the ductus deferens.