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Pelvic Walls

The Pelvic Walls are created by the bones and ligaments covered by the partial-clothed fascia and parietal peritoneum. The pelvis comprises of 5 walls: Anterior wall. Posterior wall. 2 lateral walls (left and right). Inferior wall (or pelvic floor). Anterior Wall The anterior wall is composed by

Anal Canal

The Anal Canal is the terminal part (3.8 cm long) of the large intestine, situated in the perineum below the pelvic diaphragm. Like rectum it’s devoid of sacculations, taenia coli, and appendices epiploicae. It’s encompassed by an inner automatic sphincter and an outer voluntary sphincter, whose tone

Acetabulum

The acetabulum is a large cup-shaped hollow cavity for articulation with the head of the femur on the lateral surface of the pelvic bone, where the fusion ilium, pubis, and ischium. A protuberant notch known as Acetabular Notch which is linked by the transverse acetabular ligament and

Iliac Crest

It is the broad, flattened, sinuous ridge creates the upper boundary of the ilium. The highest point of iliac crest is located at the level of intervertebral disc in the middle of L3 and L4 vertebrae. Parts Morphologically, the iliac crest is split into anterior two-third or

Greater Sciatic Notch

The greater sciatic notch is located in the middle of the ischial spine, inferiorly and the posterior inferior iliac spine, superiorly. The sacrospinous ligament transforms the greater sciatic notch within the greater sciatic foramen, it attaches from the ischial spine towards the lateral part of the sacrum

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