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Psoas Minor

Psoas Minor is present in nearly 50% of the population. Whenever existent, it travels downward opposite psoas major. It bears a similarity to the plantaris muscle of the leg in form and shape, and is limited in the abdomen region. Origin It arises from the side of

Ductus Deferens

The Ductus Deferens is a long muscular duct. It functions as a transporter of spermatozoa from the tail of the epididymis in the scrotum then to the ejaculatory duct in the pelvic cavity. The inguinal canal acts as a canal through which it ascends in the scrotum

Pelvic Diaphragm

A muscular partition between the true pelvis and the perineum is known as pelvic diaphragm. A gutter-shaped pelvic floor is created by this diaphragm. It’s created by the large levator ani and small coccygeus muscles of 2 sides and their covering fasciae. Its structure is incomplete anteriorly

Gluteus Maximus

The gluteus maximus is quadrilateral in shape and except for the anterosuperior part of the gluteus medius, the common site for intramuscular injections, includes all the other gluteal muscles. It is the largest, most coarsely fibred, and the majority of superficial gluteal muscle. Bursae Trochanteric bursa: Located


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

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