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Muscles

Piriformis

Piriformis is a crucial landmark since it divides the greater sciatic foramen into two regions, one above and one below the piriformis. The piriformis muscle is the most superior of the deep group of muscles and is a muscle of the pelvic wall and of the gluteal

Gluteus Minimus

The gluteus minimus is among the secondary muscles that can easily generate hip extension. This muscle lies deep and somewhat anterior to (facing) the gluteus medius. This is actually a wide as well as triangular muscle. The gluteus minimus and gluteus medius are actually split up through

Inferior Cluneal Nerve

The Inferior Cluneal NerveĀ is also named as gluteal branch of posterior femoral cutaneous nerve. It arises as branch of theĀ posterior cutaneous nerve of the thigh. It innervate the skin of the lower part of the buttocks.Ā  Origin The inferior cluneal nerve, which emerges from the posterior cutaneous

Anal Sphincter (External)

The external anal sphincter, which covers the anal canal, is composed of three portions deep, superficial, along with subcutaneous throughout the canal from superior to inferior organized sequentially and is created by skeletal muscle. Parts Deep Part The deep part circles around the upper portion of the

Urogenital Diaphragm

The Urogenital diaphragm is a superficial muscular membrane that separates the deep perineal sac from the upper pelvis. Structure The urogenital diaphragm is a triangle shaped muscle layer created by sphincter urethrae along with deep transverse perineal muscles. They are confined among a superior as well as

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