ANAT 1625 MASTER Notes on Pelvis

ANAT 1625 MASTER Notes on Pelvis - ORGANS 1. Ductus...

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MALE INTERNAL GENITAL ORGANS Note about Pelvic pain line: Organs superior to it follow sympathetic fibers for pain. Inferior to it follow Parasympathetic fibers. ORGANS DESCRIPTIVE CHARACTERS DIVISIONS ARTERY VEINS LYMPH SYMPATHETIC NERVES PARASYMPATHETIC NERVES PLEXUS DISORD 1. Ductus deferens Begins in tail of epididymis ends in seminal gland where it joins with duct to form ejaculatory duct Maintains direct contact with peritoneum, running between ureter and peritoneum of ureteric fold Superior to seminal gland, posterior to bladder, medial to ureter and gland Ampulla of ductus deferens Superior and Inferior vesical artery artery to the ductus deferens Drains into Testicular vein Terminal portion vesicular or prostatic venous plexus External iliac T12-L2/L3 Lumbar splanchnic S2-S3 traversing pelvic splanchnic Hypogastric and pelvic 2. Seminal gland Between the fundus of bladder and rectum, superior to prostate, and posterior to ureters Superior ends covered with peritoneum, inferior ends related to rectum. Separated from rectum by peritoneum of rectovesical pouch Inferior vesical and middle rectal Inferior vesical and middle rectal Superior part: external iliac lymph Inferior part: internal iliac lymph T12-L2/L3 Lumbar splanchnic S2-S3 traversing pelvic splanchnic Hypogastric and pelvic Abscesse (collectio of pus) ruptures 3.Ejaculatory Union of duct of Superior Prostatic and External T12-L2/L3 S2-S3 traversing pelvic Hypogastric
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duct seminal gland and ductus deferens Arise near neck of bladder and run close together passing anteroinferiorly through posterior part of prostate vesical arteries to ductus deferens vesical venous plexuses iliac Lumbar splanchnic splanchnic and pelvic 4. Prostate Glandular part = 2/3 Fibromuscular part = 1/3 Central zone comparable to middle lobe Surrounds prostatic urethra Apex contact with fascia of urethral sphincter and deep perineal muscles Base related to neck of bladder Posterior related to ampulla of rectum Inferolateral surface relate to levator ani Anterior lobe = isthmus of prostate, anterior to urethra, fibrosmuscular, and superior continuation of urethral sphincter Inferoposterior lobe = posterior to urethra, inferior to ejaculatory ducts, glandular Right and Left lobes: sides of urethra Middle lobe: between urethra and ejaculatory ducts, related to neck of bladder Internal iliac inferior vesical, internal pudendal, middle rectal prostatic arteries Prostatic venous plexus internal iliac Internal iliac and some to Sacral nodes T12-L2/L3 Lumbar splanchnic S2-S3 traversing pelvic splanchnic Hypogastric and pelvic 5. Bulbourethral gland Posterolateral to intermediate part of urethra Embedded in external urethral sphincter
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FEMALE INTERNAL GENITAL ORGANS ORGANS DESCRIPTIVE CHARACTERS DIVISIONS ARTERY VEINS LYMPH SYMPATHETIC NERVES PARASYMPATHETIC NERVES PLEXUS DISORD 1. Vagina Inferior to pelvic pain line From cervix to vestibule Superiorly related to cervical canal,
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