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Pelvis

Labia

The labia are the inner and outer folds of the vulva, which are present at both sides of the vagina. They are part of the female genitals and are the visible portion of the vulva. In humans, labia majora and labia minora form the two pairs of labia. The

Pelvic Girdle – Coxal Bones

The pelvic girdle consists of two coxal bones, or hip bones, that support the attachment of the lower limbs. The coxal bones articulate with the sacrum posteriorly and with each other anteriorly to form an almost rigid, bony pelvis (plural, pelves).     Coxal Bones Each coxal bone is formed

Female External Genital Organs

The Female External Genitalia (or vulva/pudendum) mainly comprises of a vestibule of vagina along with its surrounding structures like mons pubis, labia majora, labia minora, clitoris, and pair of greater vestibular glands. Vestibule of Vagina It’s an elliptical space between the labia minora. The front comprises of the

Inferior Epigastric Vein

Inferior epigastric vein drains into the external iliac vein a little above the inguinal ligament and either one or two inferior epigastric veins move together with the inferior epigastric artery. Deep circumflex iliac vein the deep circumflex iliac vein is created via venae comitantes of the equivalent

Posterior Sacroiliac Ligament

The posterior sacroiliac ligament is situated in a deep recession in the middle of the sacrum as well as ilium at the posterior side. It is strong and creates the main link of union among the bones. Structure Parts The upper part a.k.a. short posterior sacroiliac ligament

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